Welcome to the Linderman Research Group!

The group focuses on the area of smart structures in order to improve structural performance under dynamic loading, including wind and seismic excitation.

Research areas include: Cyber-Physical Systems, Structural and Distributed Control, Wireless Sensor Systems, Data Acquisition Techniques, and Structural Health Monitoring.

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Interesting Recent News Items Related to Our Areas of Research

Interested in Joining?

The group is looking for motivated students interested in smart structures.

News

May 2021 Congratulations to Bekka on her M.S. Defense! Her thesis is titled: 'Insights gained from I-35W Saint Anthony Falls bridge long-term monitoring system'

November 2020 The work of the group on WUI Fire Resilience is highlighted by CSE here

July 2020 Congratulations to Joey on his M.S. Defense! His thesis is titled: 'Improvements in Sparsity Promoting Estimator Design and Network Aware Controller Design for Wireless Structural Control'

June 2020 Welcome Tomas Miguieles to the group! Tomas is spending the summer working on the I-35W Bridge Data.

September 2019 Welcome Bekka McCoy to the group!

July 2019 The work of the Linderman Research Group is featured by CSE in 'Inventing Tomorrow'  https://cse.umn.edu/college/feature-stories/smart-bridges

 

Contact Information

122 Civil Engineering Building, 500 Pillsbury Dr., Minneapolis, MN 55455

Office CivE 248

Email llinderm[at]umn.edu

Phone 612-626-0331

Fax 616-626-7750