Séminaire (organisé par l’équipe de recherche ASER)

Corina SANDU

Professeur à Virginia Tech

Overview of Dr. Corina Sandu’s Research and Teaching at Virginia Tech

Mardi 17 octobre 2017 à 14h00 en GI042 (Bâtiment Blaise Pascal)

Résumé :

This talk will start by presenting an overview of Virginia Tech, its College of Engineering, and the Mechanical Engineering Department. Next, Dr. Sandu will present the research topics she and her students are pursuing at Virginia Tech. These are grouped in large areas, as follows : Multibody Dynamic Systems, Tire Models and Track Models, Vehicle Dynamics, Terramechanics, and Railroad Dynamics. From the instructional point of view, Dr. Sandu will briefly discuss the courses she developed in which she incorporated some of her research work. The rest of the presentation will be spent presenting some of the core technical aspects related to Dr. Sandu’s research. These will include : uncertainty quantification in multibody dynamic systems and related parameter estimation approaches, sensitivity analysis and design optimization of multibody dynamic systems, 3D semi-analytical transient tire models, experimental terramechanics (tire-ice and tire-soil interaction), and others.


FR SHIC 3272

Collegium UTC/CNRS