Martinetti, A.

DR. A. Martinetti - assistant professor in maintenance engineering

Telephone: +31(0)53 489 6609

Fax: +31(0)53 489 2513

Mobile: +31(0)6 4627 1745

Emaila.martinetti@utwente.nl 

Skype: albi.martinetti

Room: Horstring W247

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Alberto Martinetti (1985) is an assistant professor in the chair of Maintenance Engineering within the department of Design, Production and Management. He is a member of the maintenance research centre TIME - Twente is Maintenance Excellence. He has worked for the Polytechnic of Turin and for the University of Turin. He holds a Master’s degree in Geo-resources and Geo-technologies Engineering and a PhD degree in Environmental and Land / Safety and Health at the Polytechnic of Turin in the 2013 on the Prevention through Design approach at the mining activities.

EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH INTEREST

Occupational Safety & Health, Risk Analysis, Hazard Identification Techniques, Maintenance engineering & Management, System Reliability and Human Factors, Antifragility Engineering, Application and Utilization of emergent technologies to Maintenance and Safety topics.

COORDINATION

Master’s course in Design for Maintenance Operations (5 EC) – Universiteit Twente

Master’s course Capita Selecta Design for Maintenance (5 EC) - Universiteit Twente

Master’s specialization and internships (MEO) Maintenance Engineering & Operations (5 EC) - Universiteit Twente

PDEng course Design for Maintenance for PDEng (201500453) (7,5 EC) - Universiteit Twente

TEACHING & ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Master’s course (MEM) Maintenance Engineering & Management – Universiteit Twente

Manual Handling Assessment - Faculty of Environmental and Occupational Prevention Techniques – Università di Torino

Injuries prevention and environmental reclamation - Faculty of Environmental and Occupational Prevention Techniques – Università di Torino

Advanced Systems for the Occupational Safety - Faculty of Environmental and Occupational Prevention Techniques – Università di Torino

Together with Dr.ir. Richard Loendersloot, Alberto is co-grant holder of the Comenius Teaching Fellowship 405.18865.044 - DEVELOPMENT OF A BLENDED AND ADAPTIVE E-LEARNING CONCEPT FOR A MULTIDISCIPLINARY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.

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Alberto obtained the University Teaching Qualification (UTQ) and the Senior University Teaching Qualification (SUTQ). He is involved in several educational research programmes for improving higher engineering education.

STUDENT SUPERVISION @ UT

Bachelor students


Student Name

Year

Study Programme

Title

Company

Vera van der Groenendal

2016

Industrial Design Engineering

Designing a Service Manual for le Triple Basic of Sowecare

SoweCare

Marlin Bloemberg


2016

Industrial Design Engineering


Exploring the explore page: redesigning through reflection transformative design process  

Creatlr

Ruben van Dijk  

2016

Industrial Design Engineering

Concept Design for a Virtual Training Simulation with Game Elements  

C4REAL

Rachelle van Liempt

2017  

Industrial Design Engineering


Reducing the costprice of the Infento kits 

Infento

Arjan Dijsselhof  

2017

Industrial Design Engineering


SaxShoe: integration and implementation of motion sensros on firefighter boots

Saxion

Ritha Addi

2018

Industrial Design Engineering


To What Extent is the integration of electrical inserts into the galley structure technically feasible?  

Zodiac

Arnt Vollmar  

2018

Industrial Design Engineering 

Exploring the application possibilities of an observation class ROV for Antea Group


Antea Group

Wouter Jeuring


2018

Industrial Design Engineering


Designing a pair of sunglasses made from hemp  

3EEE

Thimo Willems  

2018

Industrial Design Engineering

The automatic Crimper: resesigning the tool for maintaining copper infrastructure in the telecom industry

Allinq

MASTER STUDENTS


Student Name

Year

Study Programme

Title

Company

Erik Schakel

2016

Mechanical Engineering

Creating a Framework to Develop a Scalable Maintenance Program for Unammend Aircraft Systems

AerialTronics

Koen 't Hart


2017

 Mechanical Engineering


There is no spoon:  Applying Virtual Reality for Eective Maintenance Training of Rolling Stock Technicians

Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Robin van Sloten

2017

Industrial Design Engineering

Driving towards an e-waste reduction

Maxon Motor

Nigel Sloot

(co-supervison with Jan Braaksma)

2017  

Mechanical Engineering


Design Concept Evaluation and Optimization Using RAMSSHEEP’s Aspect Strengths: Design of a Lubrication Backup System

Triogen

Jinhua Dekker


2018

Mechanical Engineering


AR application to assist   and empower train  drivers in their work environment  

Nederlandse Spoorwegen / The Service Concept

Martijn Bergsma

2018

Industrial Design Engineering


Development of a Framework for the design for maintenance solutions 

Arcadis

Jeroen Schiphorst


2018

Industrial Design Engineering 

Devolpment of a universally applicable framework designed for smart maintenance implementations


Recreat

Pim de Groot

(co-supervison with H.Schiele)

2018

Industrial Engineering

Why fix it when it is not broken?

Unilever 

Nassaukade

Yawar Abbas


2018

Mechanical Engineering

Optimizing maintenance data management in railway industry using blockchain technology

Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Juanvi Perea (co-supervison with R.Loendersloot)

2018

Mechanical Engineering


Monitoring Roller Coaster Train Speed by Inertial-Based Measurements and Kalman Filter Sensor Fusion  

Verkoma

Dominick Vietor

2018

Industrial Design Engineering


Development of an EcoDesign Framework for Dutch train modernization projects

Nederlandse Spoorwegen


Steven Manders (co-supervison with E.Topan)

2018

Mechanical Engineering  

A spare parts multi echelon inventory control optimization tool suitable for TwinBins under aggregate order line fill rate performance constraints  

Fokker Service

Willem-Jan Rensink

2019

Industrial Design Engineering

Development of a computer-assisted method to determine and improve the environmental impact of train modernization

Nederlandse Spoorwegen

PHD STUDENTS

Robert Houghton, Imperial College of London. Co-Supervision with Dr. Arnab Majumdar

PUBLICATIONS

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Latest Publications (2018-2019): 

2019

Singh, S., Martinetti, A., Majumdar, A., & van Dongen, L. (Eds.) (2019). Transportation Systems: Managing Performance through Advanced Maintenance Engineering. (Asset Analytics). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-32-9323-6

Loendersloot R., Martinetti A. (2019). A New Adaptive E-Learning Concept For Multidisciplinary Learning Environments, 15th International CDIO Conference for Engineering Education, Aarhus (Denmark), 24-28 June 2019.

Reyes Garcia, J. R., Martinetti, A., Jauregui Becker, J. M., Singh, S. & van Dongen, L. A. M., (2019). Towards an industry 4.0-based maintenance approach in the manufacturing processess, in Handbook of Research on Industrial Advancement in Scientific Knowledge. González-Prida Diaz, V. & Zamora Bonilla, J. P. (eds.). IGI Global, p. 135-159 25 p. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7152-0.ch008.

2018 

Milisavljevic, V., Martinetti, A., & Cvjetic, A. (2018). Approach to solving mining machine selection problem by using grey theoryMining - Informatics, Automation and Electrical Engineering3(535), 59-64. [5]. https://doi.org/10.7494/miag.2018.3.535.59

Martinetti, A., Margaryan, M., & van Dongen, L. (2018). Simulating mechanical stress on a micro Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) body frame for selecting maintenance actions. Procedia Manufacturing16, 61-66. DOI: 10.1016/j.promfg.2018.10.160.

Martinetti, A., Moerman, J-J., & van Dongen, L. A. M. (2018). Storytelling as a strategy in managing complex systems: Using antifragility for handling an uncertain future in reliability. Journal of the Safety and Reliability Society, 1-15. DOI: 10.1080/09617353.2018.1507163.

Martinetti, A., 't Hart, K., Damgrave, R., van Dongen, L. A. M., Turkenburg, R., & Nouwens, A. (2018). There is no spoon: applying virtual reality for maintenance training of rolling stock technician. International Journal of System of Systems Engineering8(4), 398-415. DOI: 10.1504/IJSSE.2018.10015810.

Chatzimichailidou, M. M., Martinetti, A., Majumdar, A., van Dongen, L. A. M., & Yotto Ochieng, W. (2018). Wheel maintenance in rolling stock: safety challenges in the defect detection process. International Journal of System of Systems Engineering8(4), 387-397. DOI: 10.1504/IJSSE.2018.10015783.

Oude Alink, C., Martinetti, A., Karahanoğlu, A., Hahnen- Florijn, M. (2018). Non-Natural Born lecturers: How to survive teaching in Dutch higher education. Paper presented at 4rd International Conference on Higher Education Advances, HEAd 2018, València, Spain. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4995/HEAd18.2018.8177.

Martinetti, A., & van Dongen, L. A. M. (2018). Evolution of safety in industry 4.0: Future opportunities adopting resilience and antifragility engineering and virtual and augmented reality. Geoingegneria Ambientale e Mineraria 154(2), 27-31.

Martinetti, A., Hes., F., & van Dongen, L. A. M. (2018). Emergency response in large public facilities: thoughts and reflections on the unique Dutch Campus University. Geoingegneria Ambientale e Mineraria 55(1), 68-73.

Martinetti, A., Schakel, E. J., & van Dongen, L. A. M. (2018). Flying asset: Framework for developing scalable maintenance program for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering24(2), 152-169. DOI: 10.1108/JQME-12-2016-0073.

Martinetti, A., Chatzimichailidou, M., Maida, L., & van Dongen, L. A. M. (2018). Safety I-II, Resilience and Antifragility Engineering: A debate explained through an accident occurred on a Mobile Elevating Work Platform. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 1-27. DOI: 10.1080/10803548.2018.1444724.

Martinetti, A., & 't Hart, K. (2018). Traditional Learning vs Virtual Learning in maintenance operations thoughts and reflections from a safety perspective. In A. Bernatik, L. Kocurkova, & K. Jorgensen (Eds.), Prevention of Accident at Work (pp. 317-322). CRC Press/Balkema.