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

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