Deployable and Reconfigurable Structures (CEE 501) – University of Michigan:
Course Topics: This course covers the theory, analysis, and design of deployable and reconfigurable structures. A review of existing and emerging structural systems will cover bar linkages, pantographs (scissor mechanisms), origami structures, and bi/multi-stable units. Conceptual topics will include deployment kinematics, stability, geometric constraints, mechanical behaviors, energy formulations, and matrix analysis of the systems. Practical areas discussed in the course will include structural design, material systems, actuation technologies, and fabrication methods. The course will include a student project to explore engineering applications of the structures in architecture, aerospace, robotics, and beyond.
Structural Dynamics (CEE 511) – University of Michigan:
Course Topics: Dynamic equilibrium of structures. Response of a single degree of freedom system to dynamic excitation: free vibration, harmonic loads, pulses and earthquakes. Response spectra. Response of multi-degree of freedom systems. Seismic behavior of buildings and the basis of seismic building codes. Courses material are distributed on Canvas.
Solid and Structural Mechanics (CEE 212) – University of Michigan:
Course Topics: Fundamental principles of solid and structural mechanics and their application in engineering disciplines. Covered: concepts of stress and strain, stress and strain transformations, axial, torsion, bending and combined loading and elastic deformations.
Structural Engineering (CEE 360) – University of Illinois :
Course Topics: Analysis, behavior, and design of trusses and framed structures under static loads; member forces in trusses, shear and moment diagrams, deflections, simple applications of the force method and slope-deflection; computer applications.
Prof. Filipov giving lectures