Ph.DNondestructive Testing, Evaluation, and Monitoring of Infrastructure ,University of Cincinnati,Cincinnati, OH,2000 MSEEElectrical and Computer Engineering,University of Cincinnati,Cincinnati, OH,1991 BSEEElectrical and Computer Engineering,University of Cincinnati,Cincinnati, OH,1988
Research and Practice Interests
Systems theory, nondestructive evaluation techniques, condition assessment, health monitoring, remote monitoring and sensing.
The focus of my research has been in the core area of Systems/Controls, with an emphasis on damage identification, system identification and parameter estimation, condition assessment, health monitoring, remote monitoring/sensing, and related information and other technologies. My history of multi-disciplinary projects demonstrates my ability and interest in the development and application of practical ideas and techniques to important and timely problems that cross several fields of expertise and draw from many sciences. I have developed hardware, software, and algorithms for signal processing, data interpretation, insitu control, and automated reporting. I have worked on extensive application of these techniques, specifically in the areas of civil infrastructure systems, materials science, and aerospace.