Professor Thomas J. Royston, of the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering has been elected a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for his “significant research contributions in the area of structural acoustics and vibration, with applications in medical diagnostics, active sound and vibration control, musical instruments, nondestructive testing and high-precision instrument isolation”. This brings the total number of Fellows in the MIE department to 15.

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