Dominick J. Demichele Scholarship Award
Dick DeMichele worked very hard to make the International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) accessible to everyone. He understood the importance of the discussion and sharing of new ideas in a conference setting. He felt it was especially important to get students in the experimental mechanics field involved in IMAC.
The Award Consists of:
(1) Reimbursement of all (student-rate) IMAC conference fees paid by the recipient(s).
Criteria for Selection:
The recipient shall be a student in good standing at a recognized college or university.
Nominations for the Award:
Nominations of potential recipients should be made to the IMAC Program Planning Committee by SEM Members and/or the student’s major professor. The nomination shall consist of a letter; a brief resume of the student; a short discussion of the relevance of the paper topic to the IMAC conference; and a statement detailing why the nominator believes that the nominee should receive the award. Send nominations to IMAC Program Planning Committee, c/o Tom Proulx, Managing Director, SEM, 7 School Street, Bethel, CT 06801, (203) 790-6373, fax: (203) 790-4472, email: email@example.com.
Recipients of the award:
2013 Dominick J. DeMichele Scholarship Award:
Jean-Philippe Noël received the degree of master in aerospace engineering in 2010 from the University of Liège (ULg), Belgium. In September 2010, he joined the Space Structures and Systems Laboratory of the ULg as a PhD student, supported by a four-year grant awarded by the Fund for Scientific Research in Belgium. His main research interests are in the field of nonlinear system identification of large-scale mechanical structures. A particular emphasis of this current research is on the use of nonlinear subspace identification techniques formulated in the frequency domain.
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