Dr. Mike (Shyh-Shiuh) Lih


Dr. Mike Lih is a Senior Member of Engineering Staff at Jet Propulsion Laboratory.  He began to work at JPL from 1995.   He received his PhD from the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCLA in 1992.  His research includes vehicle dynamics, structural dynamics, composite materials, elastic wave propagation, nondestructive evaluate, adaptive optics, electro-mechanical devices and advanced actuators. Dr. Lih has over 60 technical publications.  He holds four issued US patents in the fields of electroactive actuators, ultrasonic applications, and precision mechanical devices and received the Space act awards from NASA and other varies awards JPL.  Dr. Lih played a leading role for the ADAMS Closed Loop and Monte Carlo code development for MSL Skycrane simulation to simulate Mar MSL rover releasing/ landing dynamics.  He has also been involved with many R&T tasks including modeling and testing for the fields ultrasonic applications, adaptive optics,  structural vibrations,  landing dynamics, and etc.  Since 2006, he has been teaching vibrations and dynamic related classes at UCLA and Caltech.

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