Nicola Comand was born in Udine (UD) on the 22nd of March 1993. He got his Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Padova (Italy) in September 2015. He continued his studies at the same University and he achieved the Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering in September 2017 discussing a thesis that concerned the configuration of an haptic device to a robot to perform an intuitive guide (advisor: Prof. Giulio Rosati). He gained knowledges about structural design, FEM, robotic programming, coding in different languages (Matlab, C++, C#). Now he is enrolled at the PhD in Mechatronics and Product Innovation Engineering at the Department of Management and Engineering, University of Padova. His PhD project is titled “Optimization of flexible feeding systems for robotized workcells” and regards the subject of the flexible automation, involving vibratory systems and computer vision. He has good knowledge of 2D\3D CAD (Solidworks, AutoCad), FEM softwares (Ansys, Straus), robot programming (Adept V+), image processing and good skills in problem solving.
| ||N. Comand, G. Boschetti, and G. Rosati|
|Vibratory feeding of cylindrical parts: a dynamic model|
|Mechanisms and Machine Science, 68:203-210, 2019||