Attilio Lattanzi


PostDoctoral Researcher – ING-IND/14, Lecturer


Prof. Marco Rossi

Research areas

Solid Mechanics, Mechanical Behaviour of Materials, Material characterization, Inverse Methods, Numerical Methods in Engineering, Full-Field Measurements, Anisotropic Plasticity, Dynamic Behaviour of Materials

Capsule bio

Attilio was born in S.Benedetto del Tronto (Italy) in 1989. He earned the BC. in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 and the MS. in Mechanical Engineering with honors in 2014, both of them at Università Politecnica delle Marche. In 2018 he pursued the Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at DIISM UNIVPM, with the thesis “Constitutive behaviour identification of anisotropic plasticity using the non-linear VFM”. The undertaken work allowed Dr. Lattanzi to collaborate with different international research teams, as Prof. F. Pierron from the University of Southampton, Prof. F. Barlat from POSTECH, Prof. A.J. Rosakis and Dr. V. Rubino from CALTECH, Dr. S. Coppieters from KU Leuven. Currently he is the lecturer of the course of Finite Element Method in this University. 

Main publications
  1. A. Lattanzi, F. Barlat, F. Pierron, A. Marek, M. Rossi. Inverse identification strategies for the characterization of transformation-based anisotropic plasticity models with the non-linear VFM. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 2020.
  2. A. Lattanzi, A. Piccininni, P. Guglielmi, M. Rossi, G. Palumbo. A fast methodology for the accurate characterization and simulation of laser heat treated blanks. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 2020.
  3. M. Rossi, A. Lattanzi, L. Cortese, D. Amodio. An approximated computational method for fast stress reconstruction in large strain plasticity. International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering. 2020.
  4. M. Rossi, L. Cortese, K. Genovese, A. Lattanzi, F. Nalli, and F. Pierron. Evaluation of volume deformation from surface DIC measurement, Experimental Mechanics, 2018
  5. M. Rossi, A. Lattanzi, F. Barlat. A general linear method to evaluate the hardening behaviour of metals at large strain with full-field measurements, Strain, 2018.


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