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Priscilla Brandão Silva

GEM-Z 4.10
Mechanics of Materials
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
Postbus 513 5600 MB EINDHOVEN
p.brandao.silva@tue.nl

Date of Birth: October 19th , 1986


Citizenship: Brazilian

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Computational simulation and experiments on innovative materials for vibrations and acoustics, computa-
tional wave propagation, linear and nonlinear structures, numerical methods for structural dynamics and
fluid-structure interaction.

CURRENT POSITION
PostDoc Researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands 2016 — present
Research Project: Metamaterials with tunable dynamic properties. New Horizons in Designer Materials pro-
gram.
Supervisor: dr. ir. Varvara Kouznetsova
Promoter: prof. dr. ir. Marc Geers

EDUCATION
Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering 2011 — 2015
University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil
Scientific Collaborations with INSA Val de Loire, Blois, France and University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
Thesis title: Dynamic analysis of periodic structures via wave-based numerical approaches and substructuring
techniques.
Advisors: Professors Dr. José Roberto de F. Arruda and Dr. Jean-Mathieu Mencik.
Fellowship granted by São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP).
Research Areas: periodic structures, wave propagation, wave finite element method, dynamic substructur-
ing, vibration control.

Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering 2007 — 2010


University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil
Thesis title: Study of elastic wave propagation through periodic media via finite element method.
Advisors: Prof. Dr. José Roberto de F. Arruda.
Research Areas: finite element analysis, periodic structures, wave propagation.

Undergraduate Exchange program 2008 — 2009


École Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs du Mans (ENSIM), Le Mans, France.
Fellowship granted by the Brazilian funding agency CAPES.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Adjunct Professor 2015 (4 months)
Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil.
Activity: Lecturer and Researcher in Mechanical Systems Unit at Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Engineering Intern 2010 (11 months)


General Motors do Brasil, Cruz Alta Proving Ground, Indaiatuba, Brazil.
Activity: Powertrain noise and vibration developments and tests.

OTHER RESEARCH EXPERIENCES


Research Internship 2014 (4 months)
INSA Centre Val de Loire, Blois, France
Title: Wave finite element based approaches for vibroacoustic analysis of fluid-filled structures.
Advisors: Prof. Dr. Jean-Mathieu Mencik and Prof. Dr. José Roberto de F. Arruda
Fellowship granted by São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP).

Research Internship 2012 (3 months)


University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Title: Performance optimization of hybrid FEM/SEM method for waveguide analysis.
Advisors: Prof. Dr. Brian R. Mace and Prof. Dr. José Roberto de F. Arruda
Fellowship granted by São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP).

Undergraduate Research Initiation April 2008 — July 2008, August 2009 — March 2010
University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil
Title: Study of the composite poli(-caprolactone) and β-tricalcium phosphate in membrane construction for
tissue engineering.
Advisor: Professor Dr. Cecı́lia A. C. Zavaglia.
Fellowship granted by São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP).

Undergraduate Project 2009


École Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs du Mans (ENSIM), Le Mans, France and ONERA, Châtillon, France.
Title: Study of the noise produced by jet aircraft during landing and takeoff in the vicinity of an airport zone.
Advisors: Professor Dr. Jean-Claude Pascal and Dr. Serge Levy.

Undergraduate Technology Initiation 2006 — 2007


Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fı́sicas (CBPF), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Title: Characterization of nanostructured magnetic thin films by Kerr Effect.
Advisors: Dr. Marcos C. Carvalho and Professor Dr. Raul José S. C. M. da Fonseca.
Fellowship granted by the Brazilian government funding agency CNPq.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Master and Bachelor Students Supervision 2017-2018


Eindhoven Universy of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Supervision of 2 Master Thesis, 1 Master Internship and 6 Bachelor End Projects.
Teaching Assistant 2017 (60 h)
Eindhoven Universy of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Discipline: Solid Mechanics.

Lecturer 2015 (64 h)


Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil.
Discipline: Elements of Machines II.

Lecturer 2015 (32 h)


Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil.
Discipline: Fundamentals of Solid Mechanics.

Lecturer 2015 (32 h)


Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil.
Discipline: Maintenance of Industrial Equipments.

Graduate Student Instructor 2014 (24 h)


University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil.
Discipline: Vibrations of Mechanical Systems.

Graduate Student Instructor 2013 (60 h)


University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil.
Discipline: Mechanics of Materials II.

Teaching Assistant 2011 (60 h)


University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil.
Discipline: Mechanics of Materials I.

AWARDS AND HONORS

Ph.D. Thesis selected to the CAPES Thesis Awards. 2016


Best Thesis of 2015 at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Campinas, Brazil.

PostDoctoral Fellowship funded by 4TU Research Centre High-Tech Materials, The Netherlands. 2015

Approved in 1st place in Public Tender for the Recruitment of Adjunct Professor 2015
at the Department of Mechanical Engineering in Federal University of Ceará.

Approved in 2nd place in Public Tender for the Recruitment of Adjunct Professor 2015
at the Department of Mechanical Engineering in Federal University of Lavras.

São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) Research Internship Abroad Fellowship. 2014

São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) Research Internship Abroad Fellowship. 2012

São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) Honors Doctorate Fellowship. 2011 — 2015

Merit Diploma by Instituto de Engenharia: Best Student of Mechanical Engineering graduates. 2010

CAPES/Brafitec Fellowship. 2008 — 2009

São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) Scientific Initiation Fellowship. 2007 / 2009 — 2010
CNPq Technology Initiation Fellowship. 2006 — 2007

LANGUAGES
Portuguese: Mothertongue
English: Advanced - Conversationally fluent
French: Intermediate - Conversationally fluent
Spanish: Basic - Basic words and phrases only

PUBLICATIONS

Articles in refereed Journals

• D. Beli, P. B. Silva and J. R. F. Arruda, “Mechanical circulator for elastic waves by using the nonre-
ciprocity of flexible rotating rings”, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 98, p. 1077-1096, 2018.

• P. B. Silva, J.-M. Mencik and J. R. F. Arruda, “On the use of the wave finite element method for passive
vibration control of periodic structures”, Special Issue in Advances in Aircraft and Spacecraft Sciences
3(3), 2016.

• P. B. Silva, J.-M. Mencik and J. R. F. Arruda, “Wave finite element based super-elements for forced
response analysis of coupled systems via dynamic substructuring”, International Journal of Numerical
Methods in Engineering, 2015.

• D. Beli, P. B. Silva and J. R. F. Arruda, “Vibration Analysis of Flexible Rotating Rings Using a Spectral
Element Formulation”, Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 137, p. 041003-1–041003-11, 2015.

• P. B. Silva, A. L. Goldstein and J. R. F. Arruda, “Building spectral element dynamic matrices using fi-
nite element models of waveguide slices and elastodynamic equations”, Shock and Vibration 20(3), p.
439-458, 2013.

• C. L. Salgado, Z. Solomão, P. B. Silva, E. M. S. Sanchez and C. A. C. Zavaglia, “Biocompatibility


and Osteo-Differentiation Study of Poly(-Caprolactone) and β-Tricalcium Phosphate Composite Mem-
branes”, Key Engineering Materials, v. 396-398, p. 399-402, 2009.

Book Chapters

• J. R. F. Arruda and P. B. Silva, “Wave-Based Structural Modeling”, In: Stephen A. Hambric, Shung
Sung, Donald J. Nefske (Org.). Engineering Vibroacoustic Analysis: Methods and Applications, John
Wiley & Sons, 2016.

• P. B. Silva, D. Beli and J. R. F. Arruda, “Spectral Finite Element Approach for Structural Dynamics”,
In: Michal Beer, Ioannis A. Kougioumtzoglou, Edoardo Patelli, Ivan SiuKui Au. (Org.) Encyclopedia of
Earthquake Engineering. 1 ed. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, v.1, p. 1-25, 2014.

Abstracts and Full Papers in Conference Proceedings

• P. B. Silva, V. G. Kouznetsova, M. G. Geers, “On the dynamic features of discrete lattices with nonlinear
local resonators, Waves 2017, Minneapolis, USA, May 18th, 2017.
• P. B. Silva, V. G. Kouznetsova, M. G. Geers, “On the unique features of mechanical metamaterials with
nonlinear local oscillators”, Acoustics17, Boston, USA, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
141 (5), 3744-3744, 2017.

• P. B. Silva, J.-M. Mencik and J. R. F. Arruda, “On the use of the wave finite element method for passive
vibration control of periodic structures”, Proceedings of Noise and Vibration - Emerging Technologies
(NOVEM), Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2015.

• P. B. Silva, J.-M. Mencik and J. R. F. Arruda, “On the forced harmonic response of coupled systems
via a WFE-based super-element approach”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Noise and
Vibration Engineering (ISMA), Leuven, Belgium, 2014.

• P. B. Silva, D. Beli and J. R. F. Arruda, “Using a hybrid approach to model curved beams with non-
symmetric cross sections”, Proceedings of Seventh M.I.T. Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid
Mechanics, Cambridge, USA, 2013.

• J. R. F. Arruda and P. B. Silva, “On the renewed interest for the wave propagation approach to struc-
tural dynamics”, Proceedings of International Conference on Structural Engineering Dynamics, Sesim-
bra, Portugal, 2013.

• P. B. Silva and J. R. F. Arruda, “Wave spectral finite element analysis of two-dimensional waveguides”,
Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference in the Computational Structures Technology series (CST),
Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2012.

• P. B. Silva and J. R. F. Arruda, “Forced response of structural waveguides using the wave spectral finite
element method”, Proceedings of the Conference Innovations in Wave Modelling (Innowave), Notting-
ham, UK, 2012.

• P. B. Silva and J. R. F. Arruda, “A direct method to build the spectral dynamic stiffness matrix of waveg-
uides from finite element models”, Proceedings of Noise and Vibration: Emerging Methods (NOVEM),
Sorrento, Italy, 2012.

• A. L. Goldstein, P. B. Silva and J. R. F. Arruda, “The wave spectral finite element method applied to the
design of periodic waveguide”, Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Sound & Vibration
(ICSV), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011.

• P. B. Silva, A. L. Goldstein and J. R. F. Arruda, “Study of Elastic Band-Gaps in Finite Periodic Structure
Using Finite Element Models”, Proceedings of the XIV International Symposium on Dynamic Problems
of Mechanics (DINAME), São Sebastião, Brazil, 2011.

• A. L. Goldstein, J. R. F. Arruda and P. B. Silva, “Building Spectral Element Dynamic Matrices Using
Finite Element Models of Waveguide Slices”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Noise and
Vibration Engineering (ISMA), Leuven, Belgium, 2010.

• P. B. Silva, Z. Solomão and C. A. C. Zavaglia, “Comparative study of porous membrane of poli(-


caprolactone) and β-tricalcium phosphate composite produced by dissolution in chloroform and in
dichloromethane”, Proceedings of V Latin American Congress of Artificial Organs and Biomaterials
(COLAOB), Ouro Preto, Brazil, 2008.

• P. B. Silva, M. C. Carvalho and R. M. Fonseca, “Caracterização de filmes finos magnéticos nanoestrutu-


rados por Efeito Kerr”, Proceedings of XXX National Congress of Physics of Condensational Matter, São
Lourenço, Brazil, 2007.
• P. B. Silva, M. C. Carvalho, R. M. Fonseca, V. B. Nunes, A. Biondo, E. C. Passamani, V. P. Nascimento,
A. R. Camara, and E. B. Saitovitch, “Long Range Roughness Induced by the NiFe layer deposition in
NiFe/FeMn exchange biased system”, Proceedings of V Brazilian MRS Meeting, Florianópolis, Brazil,
2006.