Dr. Steve Holland
Welcome to my home page!
I am a professor at Iowa State University in the Department of Aerospace Engineering.
I specialize in thermographic methods for nondestructive testing of materials.
I am a 2002 Ph.D. graduate of Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics a 1997 B.S. graduate of Electrical Engineering, both at Cornell University.
I am a native of Wayland, Massachusetts, a western suburb of Boston.
Since 2005 I have been building the thermography research program
at the Center for Nondestructive Evaluation
You might also be interested in my little Python "Spacewar" game or dynamic web photo album generator. They both require a Python interpreter.
- Vibrothermographic (Sonic IR) nondestructive testing (research group).
- Dataguzzler -- A laboratory data acquisition platform for high-performance waveform and image acquisition
- Air-coupled ultrasonic measurement
- Locating leaks in spacecraft
- AviaScene -- A virtual environment for remote exploration (Open source!)
- Aglaophone -- A system for real time
analysis and manipulation of audio. (Open source!)
- VeryNice -- Automatic process
renicer for UNIX/Linux (Open source!)
(n.b. This list is rather out-of-date)
- S. D. Holland and
D. E. Chimenti, Air-coupled acoustic imaging with zero-group-velocity
Lamb modes, Applied Physics Letters 83 (2003) 2704-2706.
Preprint Published article
(2003) American Institute of Physics. This article may be downloaded
for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the
author and the American Institute of Physics. This article may be
found at http://ojps.aip.org/getabs/servlet/GetabsServlet?prog=normal&id=APPLAB000083000013002704000001&idtype=cvips&gifs=Yes
- S. D. Holland and D. E. Chimenti, High contrast air-coupled acoustic imaging with zero group velocity Lamb modes, Ultrasonics 42, 957 (2004)
- S. D. Holland and D. E. Chimenti, High-sensitivity air-coupled ultrasonic imaging with the first-order symmetric Lamb mode at zero group velocity, Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation 23 (2004).
- S. D. Holland, S. V. Teles, and D. E. Chimenti,
Quantitative air-coupled ultrasonic materials characterization with highly
focussed acoustic beams, Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation 23 (2004)
- S. D. Holland, S. V. Teles, and D. E. Chimenti, Air-coupled,
focussed ultrasonic dispersion spectrum reconstruction in plates,
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 115, 2866 (2004) reprint,
- K. Y. Kim, W. Zou, S. Holland, and W. Sachse, Measurements of the
longitudinal wave speed in thin materials using a wideband PVDF
transducer, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 114 (2003) 1450-1453.
- W. Zou,
S. Holland, K. Y. Kim, and W. Sachse, Wideband high-frequency
line-focus PVDF transducer for materials characterization, Ultrasonics
41 (2003) 157-161.
- S. D. Holland, A Time-Resolved Method for
Nonlinear Acoustic Measurement, PhD Dissertation, Cornell University,
S. D. Holland and W. Sachse, A time-resolved method for nonlinear
ultrasonic measurements, Ultrasonics 40 (2002) 639-642
- S. Holland, T. Kosel, R. Weaver, and W. Sachse,
Determination of plate source, detector separation from one signal,
Ultrasonics 38 (2000) 620-623
- Mountain/Road Biking
- Skiing -- X-C & downhill
- Amateur Radio.
- Ultrasonics and nondestructive measurement
- Linux and open-source software
- Photography (view this woefully incomplete photo album)
- Applied mathematics.
- Data Visualization and Virtual Reality I spent the fall
of 1995 doing data visualization work at Sandia National Laboratories
Stephen D. Holland |
2331 Howe Hall,
Ames, IA 50011
Stephen D. Holland |
225 ASC II
Iowa State University
Applied Sciences Complex
1915 Scholl Road,
Ames, Iowa 50011-3042
515 294 8659
|Email: sdh4 at the domain cornell.edu (home) or iastate.edu (work)|
Copyright © 1996-2006 Stephen D. Holland.