Welcome to the Raman Research Group
Vibrations and nonlinear dynamics research at emerging frontiers of science and engineering
Our research uses the principles of nonlinear dynamics, vibrations, nonlinear mechanics, and fluid-structure interaction to study emerging interdisciplinary problems in science and engineering. Current interest areas range from Atomic Force Microscopy, Micro/nanosystems, Human biomechanics, and Flexible electronics manufacturing.
The students and postdocs in the group have a strong foundation in dynamics, vibrations, solid and fluid mechanics, and creative, open minds for learning new research areas beyond the traditional mechanical engineering applications.
Robert V. Adams Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Professor of Materials Engineering (by courtesy)
Associate Dean for Global Engineering Programs