University Lecturer in Dynamics and Vibration
Academic Division: Mechanics, Materials and Design
Research group: Applied Mechanics
Telephone: +44 1223 7 65237
The overall theme of my research is concerned with understanding and predicting the vibration response of complex structures that may be nonlinear and uncertain. Specific research interests include:
- Vibration of complex structures with localised non-linearities
- Sensitivity and uncertainty in complex structures
- Friction-damped turbine blades
- Turbine blade rotor / stator interaction
- Dynamics and control of oilwell drills
- Dynamic friction measurement and modelling
- Friction-induced vibration
Complex, resilient and intelligent systems
Nonlinearities in structural vibration problems are often poorly characterised. My research investigates methods for handling this uncertainty, both numerically and experimentally.
- Hugh Champion Fellow of Queens’ College
2015 - present: Lecturer in Dynamics and Vibration
2010 - 2015: RAEng / EPSRC Research Fellow, 'Modelling the vibration of complex structures with localised non-linearities'
2007 - 2010: Research Associate, 'Dynamics and Control of Oilwell Drilling'
2004 - 2007: PhD, 'Prediction and Sensitivity of Friction-Induced Vibration'