Lectures of honor and keynotes

LECTURE OF HONOR  2005:A Personal History of Random Data Analysis

(Version published in Sound and Vibration )

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

LECTURE OF HONOR  2005: A Personal History of Random Data Analysis

(Version published and presented in IOMAC 2005 )

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

 

KEYNOTE LECTURE 2005: From Input-Output to Input-Only Modal Identification of Civil Engineering

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

KEYNOTE LECTURE 2009: 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

KEYNOTE LECTURE 2011: Non-Stationay Random Vibration Modelling and Identification: an overview of parametric methods and applications

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

LECTURE OF HONOR 2013: Experimental Modal Analysis Under Ambient Excitation: What We Can Learn From Experience

by Reto Cantieni. RCI Dynamics, Dübendorf, Switzerland

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KEYNOTE LECTURE 2015: Implications of Closely Spaced Modes in OMA

by Rune Brincker. Aarhus University, Denmark

Technical Notes

OMA BOOKS

Cover pages of the books related to operational modal analysis.

ABBREVIATIONS

List of the most common abbreviations used in the field of OMA.

 

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