Vibration in structures leads to fatigue damage of the components, human discomfort, noise generation, and performance reduction. Therefore, it is necessary to keep the level of these unwanted vibrations down. There are several ways for reducing the vibration (passively or actively) that have been proposed in the literature such as active trailing edge flaps, optimizing the geometry, mass, and stiffness distribution of the structure, using vibration absorbers, isolators, etc. All these methods (and more) have their own advantages and disadvantages. The current project is trying to develop a new method to attenuate the aerospace structure vibration that has the potential to be more effective than the previous methods.