M. (Matteo) Majer MSc

M. (Matteo) Majer MSc

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2012 - 2016 Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano
2016 - 2018 Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano
Sep 2017 - Apr 2018 Student Researcher at Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics - CFD based optimization for aircraft engines turbomachinery 
Jan 2019 - Aug 2020 Mechanical Development Engineer at TREMEC Belgium - Mechanical development and testing of Dual Clutch Transmissions
Sep 2020 - Present PhD Candidate at TU Delft Aerospace Engineering (Flight Performance and Power) - Research on unconventional turbomachinery for ORC power systems


2017 Scholarship "Thesis Abroad" winner at Politecnico di Milano for carrying out a research period abroad 


Matteo obtained his Bachelor's degree in 2016 from Politecnico di Milano, in Italy. As an undergraduate, he matured a strong interest for fluid dynamics and thermodynamics which culminated in the successful completion of a Master's of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, with a specialization in Propulsion Systems. 

Across the period going from late 2017 to mid 2018 he works at Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, in Belgium, as a student researcher. As of September 2020, he is appointed the role of PhD candidate researcher, focusing on novel design guidelines for unconventional turbomachinery in airborne Organic Rankine Cycle Power Systems. 

In his private life, Matteo is a sports and outdoors enthusiast; from surfing to snowboarding, all the way to swimming and bouldering, he loves leading a healthy lifestyle. When travelling, he usually tries to keep connected with nature through hiking and backpacking. He mostly enjoys the peaceful wilderness of extreme habitats, often in conjunction with a reading that he always brings along in his trips.
He considers his connection with the elements to be the force that drives his private and professional life choices, and motivates him to always take an extra step for environment and those less fortunate.

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