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Events at the Non-linear Dynamics group at the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford

A four channel NI CDAQ 9191, with four high sensitivity PCB accelerometers, currently used in the Ashmolean museum to monitor vibrations

Non-Linear Dynamics

Events

Group News

  • June 2023: Prof. Chatzis chaired the EMI Dynamics Committee Student competition, congratulations to the 3 winners!
  • June 2023: Manolis Chatzis and Harry Simpson are attending the EMI 2023 conference in Atlanta Georgia.
  • February 2023: Jiayao Meng wins first place in the best paper competition of the Dynamics of Civil Structures Division in the IMAC XLI conference 2023, Austin Texas. Congratulations Jiayao on the prestigious achievement!
  • June 2022: Prof. Chatzis chaired the EMI Dynamics Committee Student competition, congratulations to the 3 winners!
  • June 2022: Attended EMI 202, JHU, Baltimore Maryland
  • June 2021: Attended EMI 2021, Columbia University, New York
  • 01/04/2021: Our former member, Dr. Xiaodong Shi joins the research group of Prof. Ivan Au at NTUS. Congratulations Xiaodong.
  • 08/03/2021-09/2021 Prof. Chatzis is visiting, Prof. Geert Lombaert's group at KU Leuven as a visiting Professor and recipient of a Network Fellowship and EPSRC Overseas Travel Grant.
  • Prof. Chatzis is elected Secretary of the EMI Dynamics Committee and Chair of the EMI Dynamics Committee Student Competition.
  • Prof. Chatzis was named outstanding Reviewer for the ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics: https://eng.ox.ac.uk/news/professor-manolis-chatzis-is-outstanding-reviewer-for-journal-of-engineering-mechanics/

Video presentations

Oxplore-Presentation on Earthquakes

A short discussion on Earthquake Engineering and Structural design for Oxplore

Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EuUN2M_6rs

Monitoring Vibrations in the Ashmolean Museum:

A description of our Vibration Monitoring Project with the Ashmolean museum

A presentation on the project by our collaborator, and Head of the Conservation Group in the Ashmolean, Daniel Bone