Eric M. Hernandez, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
University of Vermont

Welcome to my website! I am an assistant professor in the School of Engineering at the University of Vermont. My field of specialization is structural engineering. Areas of expertise include structural analysis, structural dynamics, structural health monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis, signal processing, optimal estimation, reliability and risk analysis.

My current research is focused on the development of new  mathematical methods and computational algorithms to solve  inverse problems in stochastic dynamical systems and their application to the reliability assessment of operational and instrumented structural systems. This research has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the Vermont Agency of Transportation. In 2015, I received a Faculty Early Career Development award (CAREER) from the National Science Foundation to develop  structural health monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis algorithms for minimally instrumented large scale civil engineering structures susceptible to fatigue damage. To learn more please visit my research page.

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