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Assistant Professor Hugh Bruck Appointed Associate Technical Editor for Experiemental Mechanics

Assistant Professor Hugh Bruck Appointed Associate Technical Editor for Experiemental Mechanics

Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Hugh Bruck was recently appointed as an Associate Technical Editor for the journal Experimental Mechanics.

Experimental Mechanics is a leading technical journal published by the Society of Experimental Mechanics. It is dedicated to promoting and encouraging the furtherance of knowledge pertaining to the education, research, and application of experimental mechanics to the determination of materials and systems behavior. In addition, it is concerned with the development, application, and the general use of experimental methods to (a) better understand the physical phenomena that impede technological progress; and (b) complement analytical and computational approaches to the search for engineering solutions.

July 5, 2001


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