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Marie Curie Graduate School on Smart Systems for Vibration Control, Energy Harvesting, Tactile Feedback, Measurement and Monitoring – 29 January – 1 February 2018

A Marie Curie Graduate School, co-ordinated by Dr Maryam Ghandchi Tehrani of the University of Southampton, UK, will be held in Udine Italy 29 January – 1 February 2018. To register and for more information click here: ANTARES_Workshop The CISM – Marie Curie Graduate School on Smart Systems for Vibration Control, Energy Harvesting, Tactile Feedback, Measurement […]

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Engineering Nonlinearity Final Showcase Event July 2017

Title: Engineering Nonlinearity Final Showcase Event Dates: 3-4 July 2017 Venue: The Diamond, University of Sheffield Dear Friend of Engineering Nonlinearity! You are cordially invited to attend the Engineering Nonlinearity Final Showcase event, to be held on the 3rd and 4th July at the University of Sheffield – please download the draft agenda. It will be the […]

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ENL Final Showcase Event 3& 4 July 2017

This year’s Engineering Nonlinearity Annual Review is set to be a special occasion. In honour of the fact that it is the final year of the project a Showcase Event will take place on the 3rd & 4th July 2017 at the University of Sheffield. It will be a chance for everyone involved in the […]

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Engineering Nonlinearity 4th Half-Yearly Meeting held 9-10 January 2017 at the University of Bristol

By Geraint Jones The 4th Engineering Nonlinearity half-yearly Meeting took place at the University of Bristol on 9 and 10 January 2017. The Queen’s Building of the Faculty of Engineering at Bristol played host to around 40 attendees over two days from the project’s academic and industrial partners, also some Steering Committee members including Josie […]

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The Engineering Nonlinearity 4th Annual Review Meeting 6-8 July 2016

The Engineering Nonlinearity 4th Annual Review Meeting took place in Southampton on 6-8 July 2016. The University of Southampton played host to over 50 attendees over the three days from the project’s academic and industrial partners, and the Steering Committee including Andreas Kontogeorgos of the EPSRC. Proceedings opened on the evening of the 6th July […]

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Engineering Nonlinearity Project Lead David Wagg to give a Plenary Lecture at MoViC & RASD 2016

Engineering Nonlinearity (ENL) Project Lead David Wagg will be giving a Plenary Lecture entitled “Reducing Vibrations in Structures Using Structural Control” at MoViC & RASD 2016, to be held at the University of Southampton 3-6 July 2016. MoViC & RASD 2016 is a prestigious joint international conference, encompassing the 13th International Conference on Motion and […]

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The University of Sheffield Play Host to EACS 2016 11-13 July 2016

Engineering Nonlinearity (ENL) Lead partners the University of Sheffield play host to EACS 2016 – the 6th annual conference on Structural Control, 11-13 July 2016 in their new multi million pound engineering building, the Diamond. The ENL project is well represented with participants from the partner Universities, alongside keynote speakers including Professor Michael Todd, UC […]

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One-day Workshop on Friction 11 December 2015

A workshop will be held on Friday 11 December 2015 on the subject of friction as it is relevant to structural vibration. The workshop will take place in Cambridge, at the Department of Engineering in Trumpington Street. The meeting will start at 9.30, and end around 4.30. Refreshments, including a sandwich lunch, will be provided. […]

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EDF Energy to host Validation and Verification Workshop 19 & 20 March 2015

The ENL Project will be holding a Validation and Verification Workshop at EDF Energy Headquarters at Barnwood, Gloucestershire on the 19th and 20th March 2015. The two-day workshop will include a guest lecture from Francois Hemez, of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and will provide an opportunity for academics and industry to discuss their issues […]

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EPSRC: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council