Associate professor of Solid and Structural Mechanics at SISSA

Address: SISSA, via Bonomea 265, 34136 Trieste, Italy
Office: A-437
Phone: +39 040 3787 432
Experimental laboratory website: SAMBA Lab

Selected and recent publications (full list of publications)

Boiardi, A.S. and Noselli, G. (2024).
Minimal actuation and control of a soft hydrogel swimmer from flutter instability.
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 191, 105753.

Bigoni, D., Dal Corso, F., Kirillov, O.N., Misseroni, D., Noselli, G. and Piccolroaz, A. (2023).
Flutter instability in solids and structures, with a view on biomechanics and metamaterials.
Proceedings of the Royal Society A 479, 20230523 [cover paper]

Cicconofri, G., Damioli, V. and Noselli, G. (2023).
Nonreciprocal oscillations of polyelectrolyte gel filaments subject to a steady and uniform electric field.
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 173, 105225.

Agostinelli, D., DeSimone, A. and Noselli, G. (2021).
Nutations in plant shoots: Endogenous and exogenous factors in the presence of mechanical deformations.
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 371.

Noselli, G., Beran, A., Arroyo, M. and DeSimone, A. (2019).
Swimming Euglena respond to confinement with a behavioural change enabling effective crawling.
Nature Physics 15, 496-502.

Rossi, M., Cicconofri, G., Beran, A., Noselli, G. and DeSimone, A. (2017).
Kinematics of flagellar swimming in Euglena gracilis: Helical trajectories and flagellar shapes.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA 114, 13085-13090.

Lucantonio, A., Noselli, G., Trepat, X., DeSimone, A. and Arroyo, M. (2015).
Hydraulic fracture and toughening of a brittle layer bonded to a hydrogel.
Physical Review Letters 115, 188105.

Bigoni, D. and Noselli, G. (2011).
Experimental evidence of flutter and divergence instabilities induced by dry friction.
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 59, 2208-2226.

Noselli, G., Dal Corso, F. and Bigoni, D. (2010).
The stress intensity near a stiffener disclosed by photoelasticity.
International Journal of Fracture 166, 91-103.