(a) Mechano-luminescence Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring
(b) Noncontact Electromagnetic Sensor for Monitoring of Resonant Fatigue Test
(c) Application of Wireless Sensor (Imote2) to Damage Detection
Sensing technologies are criticaly needed in structural health monitoring and inverse model updapting of civil infrastructure and laboratory specimens. Our group has conducted research on non-contact electromagnetic based vibration sensor, digital image correlation (DIC) based constitutive sensor, and applications of the scanning laser vibrometer. Advances in embedded computing and wireless sensing technologies are combined with those sensors to realize smart sensing technologies.