PostDoctoral Researcher


Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Witte Patersstraat 12, Etterbeek
B-1040 Brussels

Phone: +32 2 629 31 81




Cédric Peeters received his Bachelor degree in Engineering in July 2013 from KU Leuven, Belgium.  In 2015 he attained a Master degree in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in automotive and vibro-acoustic engineering. The topic of his Master thesis was “Practical realisations of metamaterial concepts for noise and vibration reduction“.  In 2019 he successfully defended his PhD at the Acoustics and Vibrations Research group at the Applied Mechanics department of VUB. The title of his PhD research is “Advanced signal processing for the identification and diagnosis of the condition and remaining useful life of rotating machinery“. The research focuses on developing novel processing techniques that can be used in a robust and scalable way as to accommodate the rising interest from industry in this type of tools. In 2020, he started an FWO-funded postdoctoral research mandate on the topic of speed-based condition monitoring. In 2024, he is continuing his postdoctoral research on condition monitoring at VUB.



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