Mathias Legrand

  • Associate Professor – McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Structural Dynamics and Vibration Laboratory
  • Post-doctoral Fellow, '06 – '11 – McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Structural Dynamics and Vibration Laboratory
  • PhD, '05 – Ecole Centrale de Nantes (including 18 months at University of Michigan), GeM Institute, Department of Mechanical Engineering, "Predicting models of rotor/stator interactions in turbomachines due to structural contacts" [pdf] (in French)
  • M.Sc., '01 – Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Department of Mechanical Engineering, "Nonlinear normal modes of a rotating shaft based on the invariant manifold method"
  • Diplôme d'Ingénieur, '01 – Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France, Option Calcul de Structures, Mechanical Engineering Department

Hang Xu

  • Post-doctoral Fellow, '19 – present – McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Structural Dynamics and Vibration Laboratory (Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship with partner organization of Siemens Canada)
  • Post-doctoral Fellow, '18 – '19 – McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Architected Materials and Advanced Structures Group
  • PhD, '18 – McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, "Multiscale architected materials with tunable thermal expansion"
  • M.Sc., '13 – Beihang University, School of Aeronautic Science and Engineering
  • B.Sc., '11 - Shenyang Aerospace University, Department of Aeronautic Science and Engineering

Mohammad Tavallaeinejad

  • PhD, in progress, McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Structural Dynamics and Vibration Laboratory, "Dynamics of Inverted Plates in Axial Flows"
  • M.Sc, '13 – School of mechanical engineering, Shiraz University, Iran, "Dynamics and Transversal Vibration Modeling and Control of a Microbeam via Controlled Lagrangian Method"
  • B.Sc., '11 – School of mechanical engineering, Shiraz University, Iran, "Designing and fabricating a quad-rotor helicopter for specific agricultural purposes such as spraying plants of different age and height"

David Urman

  • PhD, in progress, McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Structural Dynamics and Vibration Laboratory, "Nonsmooth modal analysis via Discontinuous Galerkin Method""
  • B.E. Honours, 17' - Mechanical Engineering, McGill University, Canada, "Periodic Solutions to Cubic Oscillators under Nonsmooth Conditions

Tianzheng Lu

  • PhD, in progress, McGill University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Structural Dynamics and Vibration Laboratory, "Nonsmooth modal analysis by Boundary Element Method"
  • B.Sc., '12 - Mechanical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology