PhD Thesis

PhD Thesis

  1. Arailopoulos, A., “Optimal Finite Element Modeling of Mechanical Systems with Linear and Nonlinear characteristics using Numerical and Experimental Methods”, Ph.D. Candidate. Successfully Defended, Started June 2015 – Defended October 2019.
  2. Grobanopoulos, K., “Fault Diagnostics and Prognostics of Drivetrain Systems through Vibration Signal Analysis”, Ph.D. Candidate. In Progress, Starting December 2015.
  3. Kitsakis, K., “Dynamic Analysis and Optimal Control of Advanced Machining and Forming Three-Dimensional Systems.”, Ph.D. Candidate. In Progress, Starting December 2015.
  4. Zacharakis Ι., “Estimation and Damage Detection of Composite Structures using Optimal Modeling and Vibration Measurements from a Limited Number of Smart Sensors”, Ph.D. Candidate. In Progress, Starting August 2018.
  5. Seventekidis P., “Structural Health Monitoring through Computational and Experimental Methods as a Generic Approach to the Damage Detection Problem”, Ph.D. Candidate. In Progress, Starting May 2019.