Vito Antonio Cimmelli

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Research interests


M.U.R.S.T. 60% (with P.Maremonti, E.Caccese and R.Pace)

Heat waves in continuous media at low temperatures. Well-posedness and stability of solutions of Navier-Stokes equations. Critical analysis of fundamental principles in quantum mechanics and theory of relativity.

M.U.R.S.T. 40% (national coordinator: Nicola Bellomo)

Mathematical models and methods in the applied sciences.

Curriculum vitae

Vito Antonio Cimmelli was born in Sarno, near Napoli, on May 20, 1958. He studied at the University of Napoli where he got, "maxima cum laude", the title of Doctor in Physics. He started his research by studying the problem of modeling phase transitions in continuous media, in collaboration with prof. Antonio Romano, from the University of Napoli. In 1987 he got a permanent position as researcher at the University of Basilicata, Potenza. Actually his reserch is mainly based on thermodynamics and analysis of second sound at low temperatures. In this field he has an international scientific cooperation, especially with Witold Kosinski, from warsaw, and Kurt Frischmuth, from Rostock.

Recent Publications

K.Frischmuth, V.A.Cimmelli, Numerical reconstruction of heat pulse experiments, Int.J. of Engng Sci., 33, 2, 209-215, 1995 .

K. Frischmuth, V.A.Cimmelli, Hyperbolic heat conduction with variable relaxation time, J.Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 34, 1, 58-65, 1996.

V.A. Cimmelli, K. Frischmuth, Determination of material functions through second sound measurements in a hyperbolic heat conduction theory, Mathl. Comput. Modelling, 24, 12, 1996, 19-28.

V.A.Cimmelli, K. Frischmuth, Hyperbolic heat conduction at cryogenic temperatures, Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo, II, 45, 1996, 137-145.

K. Frischmuth, V.A.Cimmelli, On hyperbolic heat conduction, Arch. Mech, 4, 2, 1997.

V.A. Cimmelli, K. Frischmuth,   First and second sound in thermoelastic solids , Proceedings of
1997 Bari Conference. TeX-sources + included PS-files + PS-file, 277267 bytes

V.A. Cimmelli, K. Frischmuth, Thermomechanical wave propagation in sodium fluoride and bismuth close absolute zero (draft, for internal use only!)
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