Supports courses in the machine mechanics group.
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Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering with a major in Mechatronics from the University of Trento.
He then continued his education with a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Polytechnic College of Marche.
He is currently pursuing a PhD within the DRIM project, having passed the selection process at national level.
My research area is focused on mechatronics and collaborative industrial robotics, with a particular emphasis on the post-processing of products made by 3D molding.
The goal is to develop innovative solutions to optimize and automate post-processing operations to improve the quality, finish and end properties of products through the use of collaborative robotics. This includes.
the removal of print mediathe surface finishing the assembly of components the verification of quality the analysis of risks
The ultimate goal is to increase production efficiency, improve the work environment, reduce associated risks, and ensure the production of high-quality 3D products.
Another area of interest is the automotive sector, with a particular focus on the analysis of drive systems and energy consumption.
My interests are:
- Mountain hiking
- Sailing (of course on the sea)
- Geopolitics (you never know, it is better to know some things in advance)
- Do-it-yourself (at least some satisfaction)
- And more… (.cit)
- Bajrami, A.; Palpacelli, M.C. A Proposal for a Simplified Systematic Procedure for the Selection of Electric Motors for Land Vehicles with an Emphasis on Fuel Economy. Machines 2023, 11, 420. https://doi.org/10.3390/machines11040420
A. Bajrami and M. Palpacelli, “A Flexible Framework For Robotic Post-Processing Of 3D Printed Components,” in Proceedings of the ASME, Aug. 2023. (In Press)
A. Bajrami, D. Costa, and M. Palpacelli, “From Traditional Automation to Collaborative Robotics in Fine Robotic Assembly: a Case Study at i-Labs,” in I-RIM Conference Proceedings. (In Review)