Arturo Ortega is a Mechanical and Electrical Engineer. He is currently working in numerical simulation of wind and tidal turbines.
Before joined to the Institute for Energy System, Arturo has been working for the oil and gas industry (onshore and offshore) for many years. He has been involved in research and engineering projects related to fluid dynamics, structural dynamics, and fluid-structure interaction.
He is an experienced computer programmer. He has implemented complex algorithms, included differential equations, for engineering and scientific programs. He also is a numerical analyst. He has carried out advanced CFD and FEM analysis using commercial programs.
Arturo also has experience in lecturing and coaching. Currently, he is advising M.Sc. and Ph.D. projects.
His research area includes offshore wind/tidal turbines, mooring system, marine riser and pipeline, transient flow, two-phase flow, structural dynamics, fluid-structure interaction, optimization, ML and AI.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU (Norway, 2015). Ph.D. on Marine Structures.
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro - PUC-Rio (Brazil, 2004). MSc on Mechanical Engineering.
Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería - UNI (Peru, 2002). BSc on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.
Offshore wind/tidal turbines, mooring system, marine riser and pipeline, transient flow, two-phase flow, structural dynamics, fluid-structure interaction, optimization, ML and AI.