Level 1: I am looking into ways of using GPS to determine if there is a structural damage in aircraft.
Level 2: I examine how suitable GPS is for determining frequency domain parameters of aircraft structure.
Level 3: The problem I am most interested in is whether operational frequencies, operational mode shapes and their curvatures can be accurately obtained using GPS receivers and consequently used for health monitoring purposes.
Two factors were relevant. From an early age I was good at mathematics and had an occasional urge to dismantle things. Also, I was growing up surrounded by people who found engineering to be a highly respectable profession.
Work hard but don’t forget to look around you. Engineering is everywhere.
MMAN3200 Linear Systems and Control
AERO4620 Dynamics of Aerospace Vehicles and Systems
AVEN2230 Aviation Technologies
AERO3110 Aerospace Design 1
MecSoc Lecturer of the Year 2002, 2004, 2007, 2013
PhD, UNSW, 2012
MSc, Cranfield Institute of Technology UK, 1990
BEng, University of Belgrade, 1984