About Me

I currently work at Salmoiraghi S.p.A. as Software Development Manager in the automation field.
I studied engineering at Politecnico di Milano getting the M.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering and later on a Master in Management for Digital Innovation at MIP (Politecnico di Milano Business School). In the meanwhile I spent two years working at SISSA (Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati), focusing on numerical modelling and applied mathematics.
Thanks to my mixed background, I am always looking for new technological challenges, both from the technical and strategic point of views, that can be plugged in into the automation field.
In my spare time I like to practice sports (in particular volleyball), traveling, sailing and home brewing.

Contact Details

Filippo Salmoiraghi
20900, MONZA, ITALY
filippo.salmoiraghi@gmail.com

Work

Software Development Manager

Salmoiraghi Automatic Handling S.p.A. October 2016 - Ongoing

My main job is, on one hand, to manage the software engineers work (and mine as well) and, on the other, contribute technically to the development and commissioning of systems.
Main Activities:

  • AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles) system development and commissioning
  • Analysis, simulation and optimization of automatic system performances
  • IoT and Big Data Analytics development for automatic systems
  • Artificial Vision for Industrial applications
  • Database User Interface pages development
Find out more in portfolio section.

Research fellow

SISSA September 2014 - September 2016

I worked in the Underwater Blue Efficiency project framework, investigating and developing several software programs related to geometrical parametrization, model order reduction and fluid dynamics simulations.
For these tasks, I designed and contribute to two software libraries: PyGem and EZyRB.
Goal: define the optimal geometries of the exhaust manifold with respect to emissions efficiency and vibration reduction through numerical simulations.
Partners: Monte Carlo Yachts, OPTIMAD Engineering, University of Udine and Cergol Engineering (among others).
Find out more in portfolio section.

Internship

SISSA mathLab September 2013 - April 2014

I spent 8 months working on the M.Sc. Thesis.
Topics: shape parametrization, reduce order models, computational fluid dynamics, isogeometric analysis.

Education

Computer Vision Fundamentals with Watson and OpenCV

IBM on Edx PlatformApril 2020

See Certificate

Deep Learning Fundamentals with Keras

IBM on Edx PlatformApril 2020

See Certificate

Master in Management for Digital Innovation

MIP and CefrielMay 2017 - May 2019

Thesis: A priori and a posteriori performance analysis of industrial automatic systems
Advisors: William Fornaciari and Stefano Golfari

M.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering

Politecnico di MilanoApril 2014

Thesis: Reduced-order models for potential flows past parametrized NACA airfoils based on an Isogeometric boundary element method
Advisors: Maurizio Quadrio and Andrea Manzoni
Thesis written in collaboration with the SISSA mathLab group of applied mathematics in Trieste.

B.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering

Politecnico di Milano September 2011

Skills

Here some of my professional skills.

  • Engineering
  • Management
  • English, Spanish
  • Python, HTML, Matlab, SQL
  • Latex, Office, Markdown
  • Git, Gitlab, Github

Workshops and

other activities

MindSphere World Italia membership

MindSphere WorldJuly 2018 - Ongoing

Topics: Building and developing IoT ecosystems; Support in developing and improving technical solutions and in tapping new markets in the digital economy; Contact with public and private institutions for shaping public opinion and making decisions

Co-Advisor for M.Sc. Thesis in Automation Engineering

Università di Pavia and Salmoiraghi Automatic Handling S.p.A.September 2018 - March 2020

Title: Theoretical implementation of people detection algorithms for machine control
Student: Bharath Kumar Siliveru
Advisor: Luca Lombardi
Co-Advisors: Lalo Magni and Filippo Salmoiraghi

INDAM GNCS (Istituto Nazionale Di Alta Matematica, Gruppo Nazionale per il Calcolo Scientifico)

SISSA, Politecnico di Milano, Università di Padova and Università di PaviaJanuary 2016 - December 2016

Topics: Reduction techniques for computational reduction for applied sciences

Speaker at SIMAI (Società Italiana di Matematica Applicata all'Industria) Biannual Congress

SIMAISeptember 2016

Title: Reduced Order Methods for Automotive and Nautical applications

Cargèse Summer School

Institut d'Études Scientifiques de CargèseSeptember 2016

Topics: Numerical methods for PDEs

Speaker at Scintille in Lombardia 2016

Consulta Regionale Ordine Ingegneri Lombardia and Consiglio Nazionale IngegneriJune 2016

Title: Il calcolo scientifico per migliorare la qualità della vita: dall'innovazione industriale alla salute

INDAM GNCS (Istituto Nazionale Di Alta Matematica, Gruppo Nazionale per il Calcolo Scientifico)

SISSA, Politecnico di Torino, Università degli Studi di Brescia and Università di PaviaJanuary 2015 - December 2015

Topics: Computational reduction techniques for fluid dynamics and fluid-structures interaction problems

Speaker at MoRePaS (Model Reduction for Parametrized Systems) 2015

MoRePasOctober 2015

Title: Isogeometric analysis based reduced order modelling for incompressible viscous flows in parametrized shapes: applications to underwater shape design

Dobbiaco Summer School

DobbiacoJune 2015

Topics: Innovative concepts for complexity reduction in numerical PDEs: nonlinear approximation, sparsity, adaptivity, model reduction

COST EU-MORNET meeeting on Reduced Order Methods

COST and EU-MORNETFebruary 2015

Topics: Innovative concepts for complexity reduction in numerical PDEs: nonlinear approximation, sparsity, adaptivity, model reduction

INDAM Young Scientists Seminars Series on Reduced Order Modeling

SISSAOctober 2014

Topics: Reduced Basis Isogeometric Boundary Element Methods for the real-time simulation of flows around parametrized NACA airfoils

Master in High Performance Computing
(pilot courses)

ICTP and SISSASeptember 2013 - December 2013

Topics: Scientific Programming Environments and Object Oriented Programming

Publications

Here it is a list of the most read and cited scientific articles. For a complete list, check out the Google Scholar webpage.

Citations

  • The difference between insanity and genius is success.

    Bruce Feirstein
  • Nunc est bibendum.

    Orazio
  • Study without desire spoils the memory, and it retains nothing that it takes in.

    Leonardo da Vinci