Daniele Landi


PostDoctoral Researcher – ING-IND/15


Prof. Michele Germani

Research Areas

His research activity is mainly focused on:

  • Study and development of methods and tools of Virtual Prototyping for the simulation and optimization of the product/process/service in order to support all design phases;
  • Evaluation and quantification of the environmental sustainability impact of product/process/service through the application of Life Cycle Assessment methodologies and tools;
Capsule Bio

He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Università Politecnica delle Marche in December 2007 and a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering in December 2009. After graduating, he continued his studies in Engineering Design at Università Politecnica delle Marche, where in March 2014 he obtained a PhD in Mecahnical Engineering. Since 2014 he is a research fellow at the same University. Since January 2019 he is Associate Editor for the International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing.

  1. Landi, D., Cicconi, P., Germani, M., 2019. A design methodology for the virtual energy labelling of cooking ovens. International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing.
  2. Landi, D., Gigli, S., Germani, M., Marconi, M., 2018. Investigating the feasibility of a reuse scenario for textile fibres recovered from end-of-life tyres. Waste Management.
  3. Favi, C., Germani, M., Landi, D., Mengarelli, M., Rossi, M., 2018. Comparative life cycle assessment of cooking appliances in Italian kitchens. Journal of Cleaner Production.
  4. Cicconi, P., Landi, D., Germani, M., 2017. Thermal analysis and simulation of a Li-ion battery pack for a lightweight commercial EV. Applied Energy.
  5. Cicconi, P., Landi, D., Germani, M., Russo, A.C., 2017. A support approach for the conceptual design of energy-efficient cooker hoods. Applied Energy.


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