The spacecraft structure is the physical platform that supports and integrates subsystems and payload and as such it is of fundamental importance for any spacecraft. The dynamics of the spacecraft structures is of fundamental importance to guarantee the appropriate performance, and similarly the implementation of mechanisms to enable specific functions, ranging from attitude control to deployment of various elements and it is interlinked with the spacecraft structural design.

Our research topics include: Spacecraft micro-vibrations; Multi-functional spacecraft structures; Electronic for space applications; Correlation/validation of finite element models and vibration testing; Vibroacoustic analysis; Composite structures; Virtual shaker testing; Vibration isolation and stable platforms.

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