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Post-Doctoral Research Associate Position – University of Bristol

The role We are looking to recruit a passionate researcher to join a multi-institution project as a post-doctoral research associate, tenable for 1 year with the potential of an extension subject to satisfactory progress and funding availability. The position is funded by an EPSRC-funded Programme Grant on Digital Twins for Improved Dynamic Design run in collaboration with the… Read More »

The DyVirt video – All the ESRs talk about their research

As we approach the end of DyVirt, the ESRs talk about their research in this video. There is also an introduction by Professor David Wagg, PI, University of Sheffield; Professor Eleni Chatzi, ETH, Zurich and Maciej Hebda, our industrial partner from EC Engineering. Click here to watch the video

Nikolaos Tsokanas presented with award at the 17WCEE conference!

DyVirt ESR Nikolaos Tsokanas has been awarded a 17WCEE Early Career & Student Award for his excellent paper of high academic level at the 17th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (Sendai, Japan on September 27 ‐ October 2, 2021). Nikos won the award that the Local Organizing Committee provides to the attending students or early career academics or professionals… Read More »

“Machine Learning Approach to Model Order Reduction of Nonlinear Systems via Autoencoder and LSTM Networks” – ETH Zürich

See the recent work from ETH Zürich, led by ESR Tom Simpson and carried out in collaboration with Dr. Nikos Dervilis (Uni. Sheffield), on a “Machine Learning Approach to Model Order Reduction of Nonlinear Systems via Autoencoder and LSTM Networks”. Associate Professor of Structural Mechanics & Monitoring – Eleni Chatzi describes: “The developed scheme is inspired from the concept… Read More »

DyVirt Summer School 2020 a great success!

The DyVirt Summer School took place in Volos, Greece in October 2020. Some of the ESRs had to attend virtually due to the travel restrictions of Covid-19. A number of talks were presented and the ESRs had a project to work on during the school.