Address

16 rue de l'Abbaye d'Ainay 69002 LYON

Contact Information

Call: +33 6 18 29 91 75

Email: andrea.bareggi@esme.fr

Andrea Bareggi

Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Fundamentals of Automatics

ESME

Overview of research area

Mechanical engineering, computational mechanics, numerical analysis, finite element modelling, multibody dynamics, high performance cutting, 3D reconstruction by X-ray tomography, computational biomechanics of insect feeding system, computational music analysis, early keyboard music in southern Italy, postmodern musical theatre in Italy after the second world war.

Short biography

After a research Master in Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, with a master thesis on high strain rate deformations in aero-alloys, Andrea move to Ireland for carrying out a Ph.D. in mechanical and manufacturing engineering with a thesis on thermal and mechanical effect of high speed air jet in orthogonal cutting of low carbon steels, carried out by analytical, numerical and experimental methods. After one short experience as research fellow at Laboratorio MUSP of Politecnico di Milano (branch of Piacenza), he moves to France and he’s enrolled as a postdoc at INSA-Lyon / CNRS for almost 4 years, working on material science applied to industrial processes at INSA-Lyon (Mateis and Lamcos), in collaboration with Arcelor-Mittal, Saint Gobain and Safran. He currently teach mechanical engineering and fundamental of automatics at ESME, and he collaborates with INSA-Lyon (Lamcos). At the same time, Andrea develops a career in music as a pianist, harpsichordist and music teacher. He holds a research Master in Musicology and his fields of interests merge his studies in engineering and music : computational music analysis and room acoustics.

 

Collaborations in progress

  • EPI-Cuticle – Research project CNRS on biomimetics. Collaborators : Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (Yves Rahbé), INSA-Lyon (Aline Bel-Brunon), ESME (Andrea Bareggi).
  • Virtual Stage – European project Erasmus+ KA2 on digital technologies in Music Opera making and teaching (Giunti Psychometrics, Ensemble San Felice, National Silesian Theatre Opava).

 

Publications

PhD in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

  1. 2009-2014

    Diploma of Early Music - Harpsichord

    Conservatoire Départemenal. ENM de Villeurbanne, Lyon, France
  2. 2009-2013

    Diploma of Music Composition

    Conservatoire Départemenal. ENM de Villeurbanne, Lyon, France
  3. 2009-2011

    Research Master in Musicology

    Université Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, France
  4. 2007-2008

    Licence of Music - Piano

    Trinity College London, London, United Kingdom
  5. 2006-2008

    Advanced Diploma in Piano Performance

    DIT Conservatory of Music, Dublin, Ireland
  6. 2005-2009

    PhD in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

    Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
  7. 2000-2006

    Licence of Classical and Contemporary Music - Piano

    Conservatorio G. Donizetti, Bergamo, Italy
  8. 1999-2004

    Research Master in Aerospace Engineering - structural and space branch

    Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Fundamentals of Automatics

  1. Since 2012
    Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Fundamentals of Automatics
    ESME, Lyon, France
  2. Since 2014
    Professor of Music (piano)
    Association Musicale Le Rochon - Harmonie de Neuville, Lyon, France
  3. Since 2010
    Professor of Music (piano)
    Association Musicale de Mions, Lyon, France
  4. 2009-2012
    Research Fellow (postdoc)
    INSA Lyon - CNRS Rhone-Alpes, Lyon, France
  5. 2008-2009
    Research Fellow (postdoc)
    Laboratorio MUSP - Politecnico di Milano, Piacenza, Italy

Awards and Prizes

  • 2015
    Best iMechE paper
    Joseph Whitworth Prize 2015
  • 2007-2008
    Trinity College Dublin postgraduate award for outstanding student research
    Trinity College Dublin
  • 2008
    Lorcan Sherlock gold medal 2008 piano competition
    Lorcan Sherlock gold medal 2008
  • 2007
    John Benson memoria cup 2007 piano competition
    John Benson memoria cup 2007