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Geoff
Chase
Distinguished Professor at University of Canterbury
Department of Mechanical Engineering
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About
Geoff received his B.S. from CWRU in 1986 and his M.S. and PhD from Stanford in 1991 and 1996. He spent 6 years working for General Motors and a further 5 years consulting in Silicon Valley, including positions at Xerox PARC, GN ReSound, Hughes Space and Communications and Infineon Technologies AG, before the University of Canterbury. His research interests include: automatic control, physiological systems dynamics, structural dynamics and vibrations, dynamic and systems modeling.
Professional Skills
Structural Dynamics
Structural Analysis
Statistical Analysis
Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Modeling
Data Analysis
Nutrition
Numerical Simulation
Design Engineering
Modeling and Simulation
Metrics Overview
Publications
1,379
Since 2002
Citations
3,357 / 14,660
Worldwide
Avg. Citations
10
Per publication
G-Index
42
In past 5 years
Research Experience
Visiting Professor
Furtwangen University|December 2011 - Present
Visiting Professor one month per year
Visiting Professor
Furtwangen University|December 2011 - Present
Visiting Professor one month per year
Visiting Professor
Budapest University of Technology and Economics|March 2010 - Present
Visiting Professor one month per year
Visiting Professor
Budapest University of Technology and Economics|March 2010 - Present
Visiting Professor one month per year
University of Liège|January 2005 - Present
Cardiovascular Systems collaboration
University of Liège|January 2005 - Present
Cardiovascular Systems collaboration
DIET Breast Cancer Systems
University of Canterbury|February 2003 - Present
DIET = Digital Imaging-based Elasto-Tomography We use mechanically actuated breasts (vibrations) and digital cameras to measure the response. Tumors are identified from the resulting motion displacement fields. Current systems are in clinical trials.
DIET Breast Cancer Systems
University of Canterbury|February 2003 - Present
DIET = Digital Imaging-based Elasto-Tomography We use mechanically actuated breasts (vibrations) and digital cameras to measure the response. Tumors are identified from the resulting motion displacement fields. Current systems are in clinical trials.
University of Otago|January 2001 - Present
Clinical collaborations
Christchurch Hospital
Canterbury District Health Board|January 2001 - Present
Clinical collaboration
University of Otago|January 2001 - Present
Clinical collaborations
Christchurch Hospital
Canterbury District Health Board|January 2001 - Present
Clinical collaboration
University of Canterbury|August 2000 - Present
Model-based Therapeutics (in Medicine and Intensive Care)
University of Canterbury|August 2000 - Present
Clincal applications of engineering models of human physiology and patho-physiology to diagnose and manage disease state, including: - Metabolic Systems - Cardiovasculary Systems - Pulmonary Mechanics
University of Canterbury|August 2000 - Present
Model-based Therapeutics (in Medicine and Intensive Care)
University of Canterbury|August 2000 - Present
Clincal applications of engineering models of human physiology and patho-physiology to diagnose and manage disease state, including: - Metabolic Systems - Cardiovasculary Systems - Pulmonary Mechanics
Palo Alto Research Center|January 1998 - Present
Palo Alto Research Center|January 1998 - Present
Member of the Research Staff
Palo Alto Research Center|August 1995 - Present
Member of the Research Staff
Palo Alto Research Center|August 1995 - Present
Structural Control and Health Monitoring
University of Canterbury|January 1992 - Present
Applicatoins of dynamics systems modeling, FEA and computation to develop novel devices and systems to manage and dissipate respone energy of earthquakes.
Structural Control and Health Monitoring
University of Canterbury|January 1992 - Present
Applicatoins of dynamics systems modeling, FEA and computation to develop novel devices and systems to manage and dissipate respone energy of earthquakes.
Education
Stanford University
1992 - 1995
Civil Engineering
Stanford University
1992 - 1995
Civil Engineering
Stanford University
1989 - 1990
Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University
1989 - 1990
Mechanical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
1982 - 1986
Mechanical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
1982 - 1986
Mechanical Engineering
Prizes and Awards
Award
Sep 2014
FASME: Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Award
Mar 2012
FIPENZ: Fellow of Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand
Award
Oct 2010
FRSNZ: Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand