Our research aims to:

  • Design engineering structures that:
    • are relatively insensitive to manufacturing variability and uncertainty
    • can reliably withstand operating dynamic loading
  • Assess the performance of structures by:
    • non-destructive testing
    • combining data-driven techniques with physics-based models

Cross-disciplanary interests:

We have a particular interest in the development of advanced models, uncertainty quantification, signal processing and experimental techniques that can be applied to a broad range of industries, including aerospace, defence, automotive and oil & gas.

Moreover, we enjoy working in cross-disciplinary environments investigating broader applications. One recent example is the collaboration with the Oxford University Zoology Department on the investigation of the vibration generation mechanism in planthoppers (read the paper here).