Giulia Scalet is Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of the University of Pavia (Italy) since 2019. She received a B.S. (2008) and a M.S. (2010) cum laude in Civil Engineering and a Ph.D. (2014) in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Bologna (Italy). She has been a postdoctoral researcher at Ecole Polytechnique (France) and at the University of Pavia (Italy). She won the prize “Best Graduated Women of the Engineering and Chemistry Faculties of the University of Bologna” by Unindustria et al. in 2011 and the “Best PhD Thesis in Computational Solid Mechanics” Award by the Italian Group of Computational Mechanics in 2014. She visited several international institutions, among the others, the Texas A&M University (US), the University of Houston (US), and the RWTH Aachen University (Germany).
She is involved in successful projects financed by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, Lombardy Region, and the Italian Interuniversity Consortium of Materials Science and Technology as well as she has been involved in collaborations with companies (e.g., SAES Getters, ENI Versalis).
She is expert in material constitutive modeling, advanced computational mechanics for industrial applications, fatigue modeling.
She published over 28 peer-reviewed papers, one book chapter, and several conference proceedings.
Award: Recipient of the “Best PhD Thesis of 2014 in Computational Solid Mechanics” Award by the Italian Group of Computational Mechanics (GIMC) – 2015
Award: Italian finalist selected by the Italian Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (AIMETA) and the Italian Group of Computational Mechanics (GIMC) for the “Best PhD Theses of 2014 on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering” Award and for the “Fifth ECCOMAS PhD Olympiad”, awarded and organized by the European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) .
Award: Recipient of the “Marco Polo University Programme” Fellowship, awarded by DICAM (University of Bologna, Italy) to carry out the research activity abroad – 2013
Award: PhD Fellowship, awarded by the University of Bologna (Italy) – [January 2011 – December 2013]
Award: Recipient of the “Best Graduated Women of the Engineering and Chemistry Faculties of the University of Bologna in 2011” Award, sponsored by Emilia Romagna Region, Bologna Province, Unindustria Bologna et al – 2011
Award: Recipient of the “Certificate of Merit”, awarded by Prof. Ivano Dionigi, Rector of the University of Bologna (Italy) – 2010
Award: Recipient of the “Certificate of Merit in Scientific Disciplines”, awarded by “Associazione Ex Alunni” of the Liceo Scientifico “Augusto Righi” (Bologna, Italy) – 2005