2011 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary scientific interests are in Wave propagation, Finite element method, Acoustics, Vibration and Condensed matter physics. He interconnects Dispersion relation, Phase, Mathematical analysis, Geometry and Bloch wave in the investigation of issues within Wave propagation. Finite element method is a subfield of Structural engineering that he tackles.
His studies in Acoustics integrate themes in fields like Attenuation, Electronic engineering and Metamaterial. His studies deal with areas such as Acoustic resonance, Beam and Cantilever as well as Vibration. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quantum and Edge, Edge states.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Acoustics, Wave propagation, Finite element method, Structural engineering and Vibration. His Acoustics research integrates issues from Lamb waves, Structural health monitoring and Optics. His Wave propagation study also includes
His Finite element method study incorporates themes from Shell, Discretization, Mechanics, Honeycomb structure and Stiffening. His Vibration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Beam, Attenuation, Core and Electrical impedance. In his study, Band gap is inextricably linked to Metamaterial, which falls within the broad field of Piezoelectricity.
His primary areas of investigation include Metamaterial, Acoustics, Topology, Optics and Piezoelectricity. His study in Acoustics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dispersion, Electrical impedance and Wavenumber. His Optics research includes elements of Signal and Electronic band structure.
His Piezoelectricity study also includes fields such as
His main research concerns Metamaterial, Band gap, Piezoelectricity, Optics and Topology. The various areas that Massimo Ruzzene examines in his Metamaterial study include Group velocity and Computational physics. He has included themes like Transition point, Aluminium, Cantilever, Attenuation and Resonator in his Band gap study.
His study on Piezoelectricity is covered under Acoustics. His study in the field of Wave propagation is also linked to topics like Imagination. His work carried out in the field of Topology brings together such families of science as Modulation, Phase and Quasiperiodic function.
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Dynamics of Phononic Materials and Structures: Historical Origins, Recent Progress, and Future Outlook
Mahmoud I. Hussein;Michael J. Leamy;Massimo Ruzzene.
Applied Mechanics Reviews (2014)
NATURAL FREQUENCIES AND DAMPINGS IDENTIFICATION USING WAVELET TRANSFORM: APPLICATION TO REAL DATA
M. Ruzzene;A. Fasana;L. Garibaldi;B. Piombo.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (1997)
Frequency–wavenumber domain filtering for improved damage visualization
Smart Materials and Structures (2007)
Wave beaming effects in two-dimensional cellular structures
Massimo Ruzzene;Fabrizio Scarpa;Francesco Soranna.
Smart Materials and Structures (2003)
Frequency-wavenumber domain analysis of guided wavefields.
Thomas E. Michaels;Jennifer E. Michaels;Massimo Ruzzene.
Phononic properties of hexagonal chiral lattices
Alessandro Spadoni;Massimo Ruzzene;Stefano Gonella;Fabrizio Scarpa.
Wave Motion (2009)
Attenuation and localization of wave propagation in rods with periodic shunted piezoelectric patches
O Thorp;M Ruzzene;A Baz.
Smart Materials and Structures (2001)
Elasto-static micropolar behavior of a chiral auxetic lattice
Alessandro Spadoni;M. Ruzzene.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2012)
Piezoelectric resonator arrays for tunable acoustic waveguides and metamaterials
Filippo Casadei;Tommaso Delpero;Andrea Bergamini;Paolo Ermanni.
Journal of Applied Physics (2012)
Floquet–Bloch decomposition for the computation of dispersion of two-dimensional periodic, damped mechanical systems ☆
Manuel Collet;Morvan Ouisse;Massimo Ruzzene;Mohamed Ichchou.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2011)
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