Researcher Profile: Federico Campanini

Federico received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2012 and his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2014 from the University of Parma (Italy). He is currently a PhD. student in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Parma (Italy). His main research topic is Prognostics and Health Management applied to fluid power systems and hydraulic components. During the first year of his PhD, he collaborated on the development of a hydraulic hybrid excavator. In April 2016, he joined the MAHA Fluid Power Research Center (Purdue University) for six months as visiting scholar. At the end of his studies, he would like to start a career in an international and dynamic R&D environment.

Recent Posts

Meet the Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge Teams – Part 3

Article By: Mary Pluta Programs like the Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge are made possible in part by the generous support of industry volunteers as well as NFPA Education and Technology Foundation, Pascal Society, and Tom Wanke Legacy Fund donors. Support these efforts by making a donation. Twenty-three teams from universities around the country are getting ready to participate in…

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Groundbreaking Attendance Records at IFPE and CONEXPO-CON/Agg 2023

As the largest trade show in North America, it is no surprise that IFPE & CONEXPO-CON/Agg continued to grow in exhibitors and attendees. This year’s show reached a new high, attracting over 139,000 attendees from around the world. IFPE 2023 showcased the fluid power industry and featured many new innovative and cutting-edge fluid power technologies as…

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Catching Up With NFPA Robotics Challenge Scholarship Winners; 2022 Winner Seeking Fluid Power Internship

By: Haley Nemeth The NFPA Education and Technology Foundation has awarded six scholarships to students through the Robotics Challenge Scholarship. The scholarship awards $30,000 ($7,500 per year for four years) to high school seniors who participate in a VEX, FIRST®, or NRL Robotics Competition Team and uses pneumatics in the competition robot. The goal of…

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