Professor Marian Wiercigroch named as part of REF2021 panel
A leading academic from the School of Engineering has been appointed to serve as a panel member for the forthcoming Research Excellence Framework (REF2021).
International Conference on Engineering Vibration in Aberdeen, UK
ICoEV 2020 conference will be held in Aberdeen between 18 and 21 August 2020. The conference will take place in the magnificent King's College Conference Centre (KCCC) of the University of Aberdeen. KCCC is located in the main campus of the University of Aberdeen and being a part of the...
Professor Marian Wiercigroch nominated in Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards
An internationally renowned researcher from the University of Aberdeen has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards, which celebrates the impact of academic and business partnerships.
Graduation News: Dr Olamide Ajala
The graduation ceremony was held on 20th of November 2019 at University of Aberdeen.
Nina Yari defended her thesis today
Nina Yari, a research student member of CADR, supervised by Professor Marian Wiercigroch defended her thesis successfully.
Leading academics work with industry on oil and gas drilling innovations
A team of leading scientists from the University of Aberdeen is working in partnership with the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) and energy companies to develop new technologies for the oil and gas sector.
Second phase of OGIC collaborative research project between UoA and Varel has started
After successfully completing the first phase of this project, another OGIC collaborative research project has been agreed between Varel and Centre for Applied Dynamics Research at University of Aberdeen for continuation of the phase I.
New OGIC collaborative research project between UoA and Varel has started
The project which has been launched on July 1st, 2017 is on developing calibrated models of bit-rock interaction with perspective of developing a new technology for hybrid drill-bits under supervision of Professor Marian Wiercigroch.
Honorary professorship for leading academic
Professor Marian Wiercigroch from the School of Engineering has been awarded a prestigious honorary professorship by a leading Russian research university.
Antonio Chong defended his thesis today
Antonio Chong, a research student member of CADR, supervised by Professor Marian Wiercigroch defended his thesis successfully.