John Judge’s research interests are in the area of vibration and dynamics of complex structures, including vibration localization in near-periodic structures, resonant micro- and nano-mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS), nonlinear dynamics, laser vibrometry and experimental characterization of systems using vibration and acoustics, and seismic/acoustic detection of landmines and improvised explosives. Prior to joining Catholic University, he held a National Academy of Sciences Research Associateship at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C.
J. Vignola, A. Glean, J. Judge, and T. Ryan, "Optimal apparent damping as a function of the bandwidth of an array of vibration absorbers," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134(2): 1067-1070 (2013).
C.Q. Judge and J.A. Judge, "Measurement of hydrodynamic coefficients on a planing hull using forced roll oscillations," Journal of Ship Research, 57(2): 75-83 (2013).
T. Ryan, P. O’Malley, A. Glean, J. Vignola, and J. Judge, “Conformal scanning laser Doppler vibrometer measurement of tenor steelpan response to impulse excitation,” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 132(5): 3494-3501 (2012).