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Prof John Mottershead BSc, PhD, DEng

Alexander Elder Professor of Applied Mechanics Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Eng

    Biography

    Personal Statement

    John Mottershead is the Alexander Elder Professor of Applied Mechanics and Editor-in-Chief of the journal 'Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing'.

    Personal Distinctions

    • Keynote presentation:Progress in stochastic model updating (Keynote Speech, International Conference on Engineering Vibration, Sofia, Bulgaria. 2017)
    • Keynote presentation: Progress in stochastic model updating (Keynote Speech, Uncertainties 2016, Maresias, Brazil. 2016)
    • Keynote presentation: Uncertainty in model updating (Keynote Speech, 13th International Conference on Dynamic Systems - Theory and Applications, Lodz, Poland 2015)
    • Keynote presentation: Pole placement and active vibration control in aerostructures, Adaptive Impact Absorption (AIA’15). (Keynote Speech, Polish Academy of Sciences, IPPT PAN, Warsaw, Poland 2015)
    • Keynote presentation: Image analysis of full-field vibration and strain measurements (Keynote Speech, International Conference on Engineering Vibration, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 2015)
    • Keynote presentation: Image analysis of full-field vibration and strain data (Keynote Speech, 10th International Conference on Advances in Experimental Mechanics, British Society of Strain Measurement, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. 2015)
    • Keynote presentation: Perspectives on model updating (Keynote Speech, International Conference on Engineering Dynamics, Lagos, Portugal. 2015)
    • Keynote presentation: Image analysis of full-field vibration and strain data (Keynote Speech, 5th International Conference on Computational Methods , Cambridge, UK, 2014)
    • Keynote presentation: The sensitivity method in stochastic model updating (Keynote Speech, 10th International Conference on Vibration Engineering and Technology of Machinery, Manchester, UK, 2014)
    • Keynote presentation: Active vibration control of structures (Keynote Speech, American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineering Mechanics Institute, EMI 2011, Boston, USA, 2011)
    • Keynote presentation: Stochastic model updating: perturbation, interval method & Bayesian inference (Keynote Speech, Stochastic model updating: perturbation, interval method & Bayesian inference (10th International Conference on Vibration Problems, Prague, Czech Republic, 2011)
    • Paper selected for special review (The Institution of Mechanical Engineers 2009)
    • Keynote presentation: Structural modification: direct and inverse problems (Keynote Speech, Noise and Vibration Emerging Technologies, Saint Raphaël, France, 2005)
    • DEng (the University of Liverpool 2002)
    • Keynote presentation: Experiments in structural modification (Keynote Speech, Identification in Engineering Systems, Swansea, UK, 2002)
    • Keynote presentation: Model updating of joints and connections (Keynote Speech, Structural Dynamics Modelling: Test, Analysis, Correlation and Validation, Madeira, Portugal, 2002)
    • Keynote presentation: Finite element model updating : method and application (Keynote Speech, Institute of Physics, Modern Practice in Stress and Vibration Analysis, Nottingham, UK, 2000)
    • Keynote presentation: Pole-zero cancellation for the creation of vibration modes (Keynote Speech, International Conference on Advanced Problems in Vibration Theory and Applications, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China 2000)
    • Keynote presentation: Finite element analysis of contact and friction (Keynote Speech, Institute of Physics, Modern Practice in Stress and Vibration Analysis, Sheffield, UK, 1993)
    • Keynote presentation: Lagrange multiplier formulation for F.E.M. (Keynote Speech, Contact Mechanics '93, Southampton, UK, 1993)

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