Ph.D., M.Phil., M.Sc.
Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Department
New Haven, CT
• Presented research findings (peer-reviewed proceedings) at national and international conferences.
• Authored peer-reviewed publications (under review).
Laurea Triennale (B.S.), Laurea Magistrale (M.Sc.)
University of Naples “Federico II”, Aerospace and Astronautical Engineering
• Graduated summa cum laude, top 2% in the Aerospace Engineering program.
• Credited for 56 classes (e.g., 16 in Fluid Dynamics, 2 in Turbomachinery Design, and 7 in Structural Design).
• Managed and led an experimental project.
• Implemented micro-fluidic systems.
• Designed components using CAD tools (SolidWorks, COSMOS, Layout Editor, AutoCAD).
• Microfabricated MEMS silicon devices using photolithography and dry etching (DRIE) in cleanroom.
• Coded (MATLAB, FORTRAN) and simulated with Computational Fluid Dynamics tools (COMSOL).
AkzoNobel Indrustrial Chemicals
• Enrolled in a fast track management program.
• Managed Lean Six Sigma (L6S) projects in Salt and Energy Business Unit.
• Coached Green Belts to foster the L6S methodology.
Yale University, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Department
New Haven, CT
• Developed an electrostatic atomizer of nanodroplets (ElectroSpray) for space propulsion applications.
• Defined short-term goals and final objectives of a 3-year research plan, always meeting deadlines.
• Analyzed particle charge-to-mass ratio using mass spectrometry based on Time-of-Flight.
• Designed micro-fluidics, tuning the hydraulic impedance of micro-channels (10 microns) packed with beads (2 microns).
• Implemented sensitive circuitry to diagnose electric currents (~ microAmps) in high voltage devices (~10 kV).
• Troubleshot system misbehavior, monitoring and controlling device operation.
• Operated and maintained a vacuum chamber supported by turbo-molecular pumps (~10-9 bar).
• Synthesized electrolytes with high electrical conductivity (> 1 S/m).
• Developed a low-cost microfabrication process to scale up silicon device production.
• Simulated the trajectory of charged droplets using a multi-physics software.
• Used Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), contact and optical profilometers for quality control.
• Led physics laboratories.
Italian Aerospace Research Center (C.I.R.A.) Capua, Italy
• Identified and implemented a spherical harmonics method to simulate the radiation heat transfer in plasma environment on atmospheric re-entry vehicles from space.
• President of the Italian Society of Yale Students and Affiliates.
• Coordinator of the social events of the Engineering department of Yale University.
• Treasurer of the European Association of Aerospace Students EUROAVIA Naples “Umberto Nobile.”
• G. Lenguito, J. Fernandez de la Mora and A. Gomez “Scaling up the power of an electrospray microthruster”, J.Micromech. Microeng. 24 (2014).
• G. Lenguito and A. Gomez “Development of a multiplexed electrospray micro-thruster with post-acceleration and beam containment”, J. Appl. Phys. 114 (2013).
• G. Lenguito and A. Gomez “Pressure-Driven Operation of Microfabricated Multiplexed ElectroSprays of Ionic Liquid Solutions for Space Propulsion Applications”, J. MEMS 99 (2013).
• G. Lenguito “Multiplexed Electrosprays for Space Propulsion Applications”, Ph.D. Dissertation Yale University (2013).
• G. Lenguito and Borrelli S. “Radiative Gas Dynamics: The Spherical Harmonics Method to Solve the Radiative Transfer Equation,” ESA Special Publications 659 (2009).
• Held seminars at JPL-NASA (CA, USA), EPFL (Switzerland), and UCF (FL, US).
• “G. P. O’Leary Fellowship” in engineering at Yale University.
• ERASMUS Scholarship at TU Delft University (Netherlands).
• Language: Italian (native), English (fluent), Dutch (intermediate).
• Ability and Flexibility to travel.
• Interests: sailing, scuba diving, automotive sports.
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