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2024 (Naples , Italy)

Lecture of Honor: Vibration Testing Avenues: from ground to roof

by Elsa Caetano. Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal

Keynote Lecture:  Operational modal analysis and structural health monitoring with fiber-optic strain sensors

by Edwin Reynders. Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science, KU Leuven

Keynote Lecture:  Advancing Structural Health Monitoring: Embracing a Territorial Perspective

by EFilippo Ubertini Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Perugia, Italy

2022 (Vancouver , Canada)

Lecture of Honor: SHM in a Seismic Environment

by Dr. Ruben Boroschek. University of Chile. Chile

Keynote Lecture: New Approaches to Analyze Vibration Records From Buildings

by Erdal Şafak. University in Istanbul, Turkey.

2019 (Copenhagen. Denmark)

Lecture of Honor: 35 Years of Modal Analysis

by Svend Gade.Former Application Specialist at Brüel & Kjær, Denmark

Keynote Lecture: Structural Health Monitoring of Historic Structure

by Carmelo Gentile, Politechnic University of Milan, Italy


2017 (Ingolstad. Germany)

Keynote Lecture: New Concepts for Ground and Flight Vibration Testing of Aircraft Based on Output-Only Modal Analysis

by Marc Böswald, DLR Göttingen Germany

Keynote Lecture: Development of a Deflection Monitoring System for Wind Turbine Blades

by Masaaki Okuma, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Keynote Lecture: Predicting In-Operation Dynamics by Assembly of Measured Components

by Daniel Rixen, Technical University Munich

2015 (Gijón. Spain)

Lecture of Honor: The Rock Crusher That Also Crushed Bearings

by Havard Vold. Ata Engineering Inc., San Diego, Usa

Keynote Lecture: Implications of Closely Spaced Modes in OMA

by Rune Brincker. Aarhus University, Denmark

Keynote Lecture: OMA On Operating Wind Turbines: Challenges And Solutions

by Dmitri Tcherniak. Brüel & Kjær, Denmark

2013 (Guimarães. Portugal)

Lecture of Honor: Experimental Modal Analysis Under Ambient Excitation: What We Can Learn From Experience

by Reto Cantieni. RCI Dynamics, Dübendorf, Switzerland

Keynote Lecture: Combined Use Of Operational Testing And Models Throughout The Product Lifecycle

by Bart Peeters.  LMS International , Belgium

2011 (Istanbul. Turkey)

Lecture of Honor: Expanding the Borders of Operational Modal Analysis

by Guido de Roeck. K.U. Leuven, Belgium

Keynote Lecture: Non-Stationay Random Vibration Modelling and Identification: an overview of parameteric methods and applications

by Spilious Fassois. University of Patras, Department of Mechancial & Aeronautical Engineering Greece

2009 (Ancona. Italy)

Lecture of Honor: The Trouble with Vibration Measurements ….

by D.J. Ewins. University of Bristol, and Imperial College London

Keynote Lecture: Real-time performance tracking on a 183 m concrete chimney and tuned mass damper system

by James .M.W. Brownjohn. Vibration Engineering Section, University of Sheffield, UK

2007 (Copenhagen. Denmark)

Lecture of Honor: Back to the Future of Stochastic Subspace Identification

by Bart de Moor. ESAT-SCD Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

Keynote Lecture: The Development of Modal Testing Technology for Wind Turbines: A Historical Perspective

by Thomas G. Carne. Sandia National Laboratories

2005 (Copenhagen. Denmark)

Lecture of Honor : A Personal History of Random Data Analysis

by Julius S. Bendat. J. S. Bendat Company, Los Angeles, California

Keynote Lecture: From Input-Output to Input-Only Modal Identification of Civil Engineering

by Alvaro Cunha. Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal

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