Armando Serino is a Research Assistant at WMG, the University of Warwick. He is involved in the research and development of the Remote Laser Welding technology applied to the automotive manufacturing field, focusing the work on the experimental characterisation and quality improvement of the Remote Laser Welded aluminium joints.
He is a postgraduate student in Aerospace Engineering at University of Naples Federico II, Italy.
He obtained the bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering at University of Naples Federico II, Italy and the high school diploma in Technical Manager of Aircraft Constructions at I.T.I.S. Enrico Fermi, Naples, Italy.
Work with Undergraduate Students
Jarugu Sree, Vishnu: Optimisation of Process Parameters in Remote Laser Welding of Aluminium.
The objective of the project is to estimate an optimal configuration of the remote laser welding input parameters using statistical tools.
Rashid, Muhammed: Developing a script for image processing and data acquiring of the Remote Laser Welded joints.
The objective of the project is to create a script that automatically measures the geometrical parameters of the Remote Laser Welded joints.