Jean-Jacques SINOU


Ecole Centrale de Lyon


36 avenue Guy de Collongue

69134 Ecully Cedex, France

+33 (0)4 72 18 64 66

Research interests

My main research interests are in structural dynamics and nonlinear vibrations combining experimentation, modeling and highly efficient computational methods for physics and engineering, aiming to improve the understanding of the complex dynamic behavior of various real world applications such as automotive and aerospace manufacturing.

Research details can be found here and some illustations are proposed here.

Some open access publications

  1. E. Denimal and J-J. Sinou, Advanced computational technique based on kriging and Polynomial Chaos Expansion for structural stability of mechanical systems with uncertainties , Journal of Engineering Mathematics, 144,130, 7, 1-19, 2021.

  2. E. Denimal and J-J. Sinou, Advanced kriging-based surrogate modelling and sensitivity analysis for rotordynamics with uncertainties, European Journal of Mechanics - A/Solids, 2021.

  3. J-J. Sinou, S. Besset and D. Lenoir, Some unexpected thermal effects on squeal events observed on the experimental bench FIVE@ECL, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 160, 107867, 2021.

  4. J-J. Sinou and B. Chomette, Active vibration control and stability analysis of a time-delay system subjected to friction-induced vibration, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 116013, 2021.

  5. T. Roncen, J-J. Sinou and J-P. Lambelin, Experiments and simulations of the structure Harmony-Gamma subjected to broadband random vibrations, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 159, 107849, 2021.

  6. G. Corradi, J-J. Sinou and S. Besset, Prediction of squeal noise based on multiresolution signal decomposition and wavelet representation - Application to FEM brake systems subjected to Friction-induced vibration. Applied Sciences, 10(21), 2085, 2020.

  7. J-J. Sinou, O. Chiello and L. Charroyer, Non smooth contact dynamics approach for mechanical systems subjected to friction-induced vibration, Lubricants, 7(7), 59, 2019.

Publication details can be found here.