SE Graduate Student Win Prestigious Award

Ph.D. student Zhu Mao recently won the 2011 D. J. DeMichele Scholarship winner (from the Society of Experimental Mechanics) to be presented at the 2011 International Modal Analysis/Structural Dynamics (IMAC) Conference in Jacksonville, Florida, in early 2011.

The scholarship is selected by the Society of Experimental Mechanics for the best student paper who is attending IMAC for the first time. The scholarship provides for travel expenses to/from the conference, a special plaque, and an honorary presentation at the IMAC conference awards ceremony. This award was given for the paper "A Model of Uncertainty Quantification in the Estimation of Noise-Contaminated Transmissibility Measurements for System Identification," by Z. Mao and his advisor, Professor Michael D. Todd.

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