LANCE MANUEL UT AUSTIN
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Professor Lance Manuel Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation Professor of Engineering Mechanics, Uncertainty, and Simulation in Engineering (MUSE) Dept. of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) The University of Texas At Austin (UT-Austin)
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Area(s) of Expertise: Mechanics, Uncertainty and Simulation in Engineering. Educational Qualifications: Ph.D., Stanford University, Civil Engineering, 1993
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Dr. Lance Manuel earned his Ph.D. in structural engineering from Stanford University in 1993. He joined the College of Engineering in 1999. In support of his research related to the modeling of inflow turbulence and response of electricity-producing wind turbines, Manuel won a National Science Foundation CAREER award.
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Lance Manuel. Job Title. Professor. Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation Professor of Engineering. Home Page at UT-Austin. ResearchGate. Mendeley. Google Scholar. Web of Science / Publons. LinkedIn. Affiliated Departments. Cockrell School of Engineering. Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering.
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Lance Manuel, The University of Texas at Austin, Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department, Faculty Member. Studies Wind turbine, Offshore Structures, and Fatigue. Hi there!
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22 rowsTheir combined citations are counted only for the first article. Lance Manuel. The TITLECITED BYYEAREnvironmental Impacts of Wind-Energy Projects P Risser, I Burke, C Clark159*2007Simulation of offshore wind turbine response for long-term extreme load pr1142009An empirical attenuation relationship for northwestern Turkey ground motio992004Comparing estimates of wind turbine fatigue loads using time-domain and s952007See all 22 rows on scholarle
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Prior to joining The University of Texas at Austin, Dr Kallivokas was a visiting assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University, a research scientist in the School of Computer Science and the Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery center at Carnegie Mellon University, and had worked as a consulting engineer for the failure analysis
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Faculty The CAEE department’s outstanding faculty are involved in both teaching and research, and they are recognized nationally and internationally as leaders in their individual fields. More than 60 individual faculty, adjuncts, lecturers, and assistant instructors make up the teaching staff of the department.