Ph.D Candidate, Virginia Tech, Mechanical Enginneering, Feb 2018
M.S., Virginia Tech, Mechanical Engineering, 2014
B. S., Virginia Tech, Mechanical Engineering, May 2012
Research Areas of Expertise
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech in the field of design optimization and sensitivity analysis. Specialization in systems with impacts and discontinuities in trajectories with application to multibody systems.
PhD Dissertation: "Modeling, Sensitivity Analysis, and Optimization of Hybrid, Constrained Mechanical Systems"
S. Corner, C. Sandu, A. Sandu, "Modeling and sensitivity analysis methodology for hybrid dynamical systems", Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems.
Corner, S., Sandu, A. & Sandu, C. Adjoint sensitivity analysis of hybrid multibody dynamical systems. Multibody Syst Dyn (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11044-020-09726-0 https://arxiv.org/pdf/1802.07188.pdf
I am a R&D engineer specialized in modeling complex multibody systems and creating custom MBD libraries in FORTRAN, Dymola and Matlab. Currently working on developing a real time MBD library for a racing car simulator.
Knowledge and expertises include
Physics and Simulation: modeling a wide range of multibody dynamic systems, suspension systems, engine power systems.
Mathematics for Machine Learning and optimization: sensitivity analysis of nonlinear differential-algebraic equations, tangent linear and adjoint models, backward propagations for neural networks
Control: linear, non-linear, adaptive control .
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