Center for Rotating Machinery
Dynamics and Control

A CSU Research Center; Founded in 2006
What is RoMaDyC?
RoMaDyC is the Center for Rotating Machinery Dynamics and Control in Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University and was established in 2006. Dr. Jerzy T. Sawicki, Bently and Muszynska Endowed Chair in Rotating Machinery, has been the Director of RoMaDyC.

Mission and Goals

The Center's mission is to serve as a catalyst for interaction with industry and federal research sponsors, foster collaborations with researchers from other disciplines, and attract outstanding undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral visitors, and faculty in machine dynamics and control.

The RoMaDyC is dedicated to enhancing productivity and competitiveness of its partners in industry, focusing on research to provide cutting-edge technical innovations to solve complex problems in engineering systems involving rotating machinery, structures, dynamics and control. The Center serves as an intellectual resource for the industry with the aim of continuous improvement and long-term development. In addition to research and development, RoMaDyC maintains an active educational mission to both educate and provide information to the community regarding rotating machinery, advanced dynamics and control.