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Sandia National Laboratories -1966 to 1999
Dr. Dennis B. Nelson, instructor in “Advanced Concepts in Random Vibration and Shock Testing on Shakers” has over 33 years experience in the testing of engineering systems, principally in the areas of mechanical vibration and shock. He has been involved with laboratory and field-testing, as well as the design and development of weapons systems and components. He was instrumental in the pioneering development of digital computer control of random vibration testing and is a recognized authority in the area of waveform synthesis for shock testing on shakers.
Independent Consultant – 1990 to Present
Dr. Nelson has provided consulting services and conducted seminars.
University Professorship – 1963 to 1966
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at University of Nebraska.
Bsee, 1961 University of Nebraska;
Msee, 1963, University of Nebraska;
Ph.D. in Engineering, 1974 University of California, Davis