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First of all, if you want to contact me, you can write to: dainonottambulo -at- gmail -dot- com!

Well.. my name is Stefano Boccelli, and I graduated in Aerospace and Aeronautical engineering (2016) in Politecnico di Milano, with a master thesis about flows out of thermal and chemical equilibrium (mainly hypersonic atmospheric entry flows). You can find my master thesis here!

By the way, take a look at my marvellous graduation tie!! ----->>>


Currently I'm a "Research Master" student at von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, located at the border between the flemish and wallon regions of (a quite rainy) Belgium. This is a master-after-master level program, where students are asked to follow some courses and work on a personal project, that in my case is linked to plasma flows that develop in the trail of meteoroids coming at high velocities into the Earth's atmosphere.

In the picture, a view of the town hall's tower of Bruxelles, from a side street. This day, it was illuminated in purple.


I come from Cremona, a small town in nothern Italy. It's not such a big city, but I really like it. Actually there's even some chance that you've heard about my town, since it's the birth town of a bounch of great guys such as Antonio Stradivari and Andrea Amati! Walking by the city centre sourrounded by November mist, late in the evening, your steps being almost the only sound source, then stopping for a moment in front of one of the many luthier shops and watching in the back of the shop a mid-age man silently scratching a precious piece of wood, soon to become a masterpiece... That's what it's like to live into my town.
Of course, there's much more to be proud of if you're living in Cremona! Cremona is often called "the city of the three T", in local dialect: Turòon, Turas, Tetas. The first one stands for a sweet "torrone", the second one is the name of the pretty high tower of our cathedral ("torrazzo") and I let you discover on your own the meaning of the third.

Least but not last, a couple of pictures from the Bovisa Campus of Politecnico di Milano. It's supposed to be a pretty ugly place, built from the ruins of old industrial sheds, far away from the beauty and the luxury of the main "Leonardo" campus, but I swear it's really beautiful place if you can grab its spirit.