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Transforming Decisions on the Performance and Health of Transportation Structures using Cyber-Physical Systems: Lessons Learned and Future Outlook – Jerome Lynch

The field of civil engineering is radically changing based on the emergence of sensing, data and modes of automation previously unimaginable. One of the most successful advancements has been wireless sensors that can be used to collect structural response data… Read More »Transforming Decisions on the Performance and Health of Transportation Structures using Cyber-Physical Systems: Lessons Learned and Future Outlook – Jerome Lynch

Structures as Sensors: Physics-guided Learning for Indirectly Monitoring Humans and Surroundings – Haeyoung Noh

‘Smart structures’ sense, understand, and respond to structure itself, the humans within, and the surrounding environment. Traditional monitoring approaches using dedicated sensors often result in dense sensing systems that are difficult to install and maintain in large-scale structures. In this talk,… Read More »Structures as Sensors: Physics-guided Learning for Indirectly Monitoring Humans and Surroundings – Haeyoung Noh

Advances in Computer Vision–based Civil Infrastructure Inspection and Monitoring – Bill Spencer

B.F. Spencer, Jr. is the Nathan M. and Anne M. Newmark Endowed Chair of Civil Engineering, UIUC. His research has been primarily in the areas of structural health monitoring, structural control, cyberinfrastructure applications, stochastic fatigue, stochastic computational mechanics, and natural… Read More »Advances in Computer Vision–based Civil Infrastructure Inspection and Monitoring – Bill Spencer