Marco Lamberti


ENEA - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development




Dr. Marco Lamberti is Research of ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development).  He as obtained his PhD in Structural Engineering at the University of Salerno and is awarded with the mention of Doctor Europaeus.

His research activities were: the multiscale modeling of the mechanical response of composite materials and structures; the numerical and experimental analysis of the mechanical behavior of innovative structures in fiber-reinforced composite material; the mechanical behavior of concrete structures reinforced with composite materials, the numerical-experimental analysis of structural joints between FRP adherents with particular regard to the adhesive connections.

With reference to scientific research activities carried out in collaboration with researchers from foreign universities, Dr. Lamberti spent several periods of research abroad at the Laboratoire de Mécanique et d'Acoustique of Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France), McMaster University in Hamilton (Canada), Nankai University in Tianjin (China).

He is author of several scientific papers, published in international and national journals, in proceedings of national and international conferences.

Area of Interests

  • Mechanical behavoiur of adhesive connections;
  • Study of the mechanical behaviour of adhesive connections for offshore structures in the marine environment;
  • Structures and composite materials;
  • Structural rehabilitation of concrete structures by means of FRP and FRCM;
  • Sustainable concretes;
  • FEM code for the analysis of heat and mass transfer in concrete materials;
  • Advanced materials and methods for strengthening/repair of existing reinforced concrete structures;
  • Study of the behavior of adhesive beam-column joint in GFRP;
  • Experimental investigation on Freezing and Thawing Durability of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete (HPFRC);
  • Instability of composite structures.