A member of the Engineering Nonlinearity’s Management Committee has been awarded a prestigious prize for a paper.
Professor Robin Langley, from the University of Cambridge, has received the Doak Award from the Journal of Sound and Vibration for his paper, A general mass law for broadband energy harvesting.
The Doak Award was established in 2011 by Elsevier in order to highlight the most successful paper in the Journal of Sound and Vibration each year. The award is made in the name of Professor Philip E. Doak, the first Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Sound and Vibration, and the person with whom the journal will always be inextricably linked.
The Doak Award is given for the paper which has the best combined record of downloads and citations. All papers published in the Journal across the selected review period are eligible from across the whole spectrum of sound and vibration.
Read Professor Langley’s prize winning paper here.