OUR STAFF

A working group characterized by a mix of knowledge, experience and desire to innovate. Thanks to the first contacts we had both supplier and customer side, we are getting positive feedback from the project on which the i-TES team wished to bet, convinced that proper energy management and improved energy efficiency also goes from ‘ thermal energy accumulation, which, thanks to the use of PCMs, is an innovative technology solution for reducing environmental impacts.

We continuosly works with young and motivated skilled graduate, giving them the opportunity to grow up their experience. Thanks to the networks of contacts built during the past experience of his founder, i-TES is able to answer for all that are outside our direct competence.

PARTNERS

Dott. Michele Santovito

Dott. Michele Santovito

Single Administrator

Chemist, certified EGE and CMVP with multi-year experience consulting in energy efficiency and energy management and technical management systems. He is chairman of Assoege, a member of the board of directors of the Piedmont Chemical Order and VdA

Dott.ssa Noemi Muscarà

Dott.ssa Noemi Muscarà

R&S Manager

Graduated in Chemistry of the Environment, with experience in the study of environmental transformation of emerging contaminants.
She works on i-TES project since January 2016.

Ing. Roberto Semino

Ing. Roberto Semino

Business Development (support)

Graduated in engineering engineering at the Politecnico di Torino and Executive Master in Business Administration at Bocconi di Milano. Multi-year experience in various management control areas in companies operating in complex multinational contexts.

OUR LAB

The laboratory at which i-TES operates is located within the Complex of the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Turin in via Quarello, where the NIS Advanced Research Center (link) is based. Within this facility, it is performed material characterization and experimental tests are carried out to validate applications during the development progress. Testing are carried out on PCMs, by using a pilot plant consisting of a 100 liter steel tank that allows PCM to be contained in suitable capsule and a copper coil for heat exchange both during accumulation and discharge.
Temperature data are recorded and processed by specific logging devices, infrared camera and a portable energy meter are also used to complete the study of energy balances.
It is also possible to use the advanced analysis equipment of university owned materials such as DSC, TGA, FTIR and electronic microscopes.