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Hansen A. Mansy received his Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago in 1990. After postdoctoral training and several years in the industry, he joined the faculty of Rush University in 2003 as an assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 2009. He received the Whitaker Foundation Career Award in 1997 and moved to UCF in 2013.
His research focuses on investigating vibro-acoustic phenomena and developing related non-invasive medical diagnostic tools. He was awarded several patents in this area and received more than $5 million of federal funding in support of his research. He actively collaborates with the medical device industry and local and national medical centers. He continues to serve on editorial boards and grant review panels of many national and international organizations including NIH, NSF, DoD, AFOSR and others.
- Acoustic and vibrational phenomena in biological systems
- Noninvasive patient monitoring methodologies
- Acoustic models of soft tissues
- Flow induced vibrations and acoustics
- Vibro-acoustic sensors
- Electromechanical systems
- Digital signal processing
- Whitaker Foundation Career Award, 1997, 2002
- Excellence in Teaching Award, 2000
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers
- Heart Failure Society of America
- Project Management Institute
- Two MAE Students Win Awards During Student Research Week
- Space, Health and Engineering Innovations Make UCF Research Top 10 News List of 2022
- UCF Researchers Use Engineering Expertise to Solve Problems of the Heart
- Alumna Selected to Attend Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
- Four MAE Alumni Named National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows
- UCF Technology May Give Patients with Heart Disease Options