QUT Prof. Tommy Chan, President of Australian Network of Structural Health Monitoring

Prof. Tommy Chan has been actively involved in carrying out research on bridges. He has published over 350 technical articles and over 20 years of experience in Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of various significant long span bridges in Hong Kong and the mainland China. He is the founding Chair and President of ANSHM (the Australian Network of Structural Health Monitoring). Besides SHM of Bridges and Buildings, his research interests include bridge engineering, structural dynamics, impact on structures Moving Force Identification, optical fibre sensors and Weigh-in-Motion Studies.

Facilities: Digital Image Correlation (DIC) Software; Data Acquisition System; high-performance computing facilities; the new generation facility for impact testing (NGFIT), the outcome of an ARC LIEF Grant LE180100101; 2 x NAC ACS-1 M60 high speed cameras. Much more testing equipment is available in QUT Banyo Pilot Plant Precinct, which has many universal testing machines and specialised instrumentation such as strain sensors, LVDTs, accelerometers, data acquisition systems, and other essential equipment for static and dynamic tests.

Contact: tommy.chan@qut.edu.au, +61 7 3138 6732, https://staff.qut.edu.au/staff/tommy.chan