Philip John Holmes

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Ph.D. University of Southampton 1974 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: The Experimental Characterisation of Vibration Transmission Using Transient Excitation

Advisor: Robert G. White

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Belair, JacquesCornell University19831
Berkooz, GalCornell University1991
Brown, EricPrinceton University2004
Campbell, SueCornell University19912
Cisternas, JaimePrinceton University2003
Coller, BrianCornell University1995
Dankowicz, HarryCornell University19952
Duan, JinqiaoCornell University199314
Eckhoff, PhilipPrinceton University2009
Feng, SamuelPrinceton University2012
Fitzmaurice, NessanCornell University1986
Gao, JuanPrinceton University2007
Ghigliazza, RaffaelePrinceton University2004
Ghrist, RobertCornell University19955
Goldfarb, StephaniePrinceton University2013
Greenspan, BernardCornell University1981
Hockett, KevinCornell University19861
Kalies, WilliamCornell University19945
Kiemel, TimothyCornell University1990
Kukillaya, RaghavendraPrinceton University2010
Liu, YuanPrinceton University2007
Moore, ChristopherCornell University19913
Nedic, AndreaPrinceton University2011
O'Reilly, OliverCornell University1990
Proctor, JoshuaPrinceton University2011
Reverdy, PaulPrinceton University2014
Schmitt, JohnPrinceton University2001
Seipel, JustinPrinceton University2006
Shaw, StevenCornell University19831
Smith, TroyPrinceton University2003
Stone, EmilyCornell University19894
Swart, PieterCornell University1991
Szeri, AndrewCornell University198815
Veerman, J. J. PieterCornell University1986
Wiggins, StephenCornell University198546
Wittenberg, RalfPrinceton University19981
Zombro, BrettCornell University1993

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