Geoff Chase

Distinguished ProfessorGeoffrey Chase

Advisor to Students with Disabilities
Civil Mechanical E502
Internal Phone: 92182
Dynamic systems modelling and control applied to medicine and structures, with focus on intensive / acute care medicine and earthquake engineering

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

Research interests include: - dynamic systems and control - biomedical and physiological systems modelling - intensive and critical care medicine - system identification - sensors and sensor design - signal processing - finite element methods - smart structures and devices - structural health monitoring (SHM) - civil structural control (active, semi-active and passive) - smart product design

Recent Publications

  • P4219 Committee. (2009) NZS 4219:2009 - seismic performance of engineering systems in buildings. Wellington: Standards New Zealand. 108pp.
  • Alsweiler J., Williamson K., Bloomfield F., Chase G. and Harding J. (2017) Computer-determined dosage of insulin in the management of neonatal hyperglycaemia (HINT2): protocol of a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 7(3): e012982-e012982.
  • Burakevych N., Mckinlay CJD., Alsweiler JM., Wouldes TA. and Harding JE. (2017) Bayley-III motor scale and neurological examination at 2 years do not predict motor skills at 4.5 years. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 59(2): 216-223.
  • Chase JG., Benyo B., Cinar A., Desaive T., Leonhardt S. and Tsuzuki M. (2017) Editorial. Control Engineering Practice 58: 260-261.
  • Davidson S., Pretty C., Pironet A., Desaive T., Janssen N., Lambermont B., Morimont P. and Chase JG. (2017) Minimally invasive estimation of ventricular dead space volume through use of Frank-Starling curves. PLoS ONE 12(4)