A senior member of Thornton Tomasetti’s acoustics, noise and vibration control engineering team, Mike Wesolowsky has considerable experience in analysis, project management and design. He specializes in such areas as vibration studies for architectural and structural design, dynamic data acquisition and analysis, architectural acoustic studies and vibration control research and development. In addition to his Canadian work, which includes McMaster Children’s Health Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, and the University of Ottawa’s Advanced Research Complex Building, Mike has numerous U.S. and international projects to his credit. Among them are the Johns Hopkins University Undergraduate Teaching Labs in Baltimore, Maryland, Tencent Binhai Mansion twin towers in Shenzhen, China, and the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel. Mike has done considerable research in the field of acoustics and vibration control. He has published numerous papers in professional journals and has presented at industry conferences around the world.
Ph.D., Structural Dynamics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
M.A.Sc., Structural Dynamics, McMaster University
B.Eng.Soc., Civil Engineering and History (minor), McMaster University
Mike is a skilled and engaging presenter who is known for his ability to simplify complex concepts.