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The distinctive character of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is defined by the faculty's demonstrated capability to fulfill the values of the Teacher-Scholar Philosophy; a philosophy guided by a serious and continuing commitment to teaching, scholarship and service in the belief that scholarship complements and enriches excellence in teaching and service.

Adapted from the Teacher-Scholar Philosophy of SIUE, Teacher-Scholar Philosophy Working Group, 6/2/08

Dr. Albert C. J. Luo
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Research Focus:

Discontinuous Dynamical Systems;
Nonlinear Hamiltonian Systems and Chaos;
Nonlinear Dynamical Systems;
Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics;
Accelerated Fatigue Life Estimation.

Dr. Albert C. J. Luo

Recent Honors / Awards / Recognition:

Fellow of ASME.

Primary Courses:

Dynamics (ME262).
Dynamics of Machinery (ME350).
System Modeling (ME 356).
Dynamical Systems Lab (ME 356L).
Machine Elements (ME380).
Mechanical Vibrations (ME 452).
Advanced Stress Analysis and Application (ME 470).
Advanced Dynamics (ME 530).
Advanced Vibration (ME560).

Education:

Ph.D., University of Manitoba, Canada

M.Sc. Dalian University of Technology, China

B.Sc. Sichuan Institute of Chemical Technology, China

How does SIUE support your professional growth or activity as a Teacher-Scholar?

In the environment of SIUE academic freedom, seed funding and encouragement of research and teaching contribute to my professional growth as a Teacher-Scholar.

I believe that a good university teacher should be a good researcher first because a wide spectrum of knowledge can induce student learning and creativity. This is why the SIUE Teacher-Scholar makes me professionally grow.

What is a unique aspect of your professional life that enhances your service to the academic or greater community?

Non-stop to learn new knowledge, and never stop exploring new findings.

Please share how one mentor or event shaped your career decision to become a university professor. 

Educating people is one of my happiest things to do.  Discovering new findings is one of my favorite things to do.
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