News of the Institute
Do you know a young academic or professional making a difference in reducing global earthquake risk? Members are encouraged to nominate candidates for the Shah Family Innovation Prize from government, private firms, academia, and the international community.
The Shah Family Innovation Prize was created with a substantial gift to the EERI Endowment Fund by the Haresh C. Shah family of Stanford, California. The intent of the prize is to stimulate further creativity and leadership in the earthquake risk mitigation community and EERI.
The selection process recognizes a combination of past accomplishments and future potential, emphasizing creative and innovative thinkers who have demonstrated at early stages in their careers the potential to make major contributions. EERI membership is not required for either the nominator or candidate, although it is strongly encouraged. Candidates must be less than 35 years of age on January 1, 2014.
Submit your nominations for the Shah Innovation Prize online by January 15, 2014 at https://eeri.org/cohost/registration/shah-family-innovation-prize-nominations-online-2013.
For more information about the required nomination package, selection criteria, and past winners, visit https://www.eeri.org/about-eeri/honors-awards/shah-family-innovation-prize/.
Registration for the Tenth U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (10NCEE) will open in early 2014. As the new year approaches, visit the 10NCEE website for the latest updates and news at www.10ncee.org.
GEI Consultants, Inc. (EERI Silver Subscribing Member) is a new Bronze Sponsor of 10NCEE.
GEI provides a broad array of geotechnical, water resources, environmental science, and engineering consulting services to public and private clients nationwide. Regarded as one of the most experienced dam and foundation engineering companies in the United States, GEI has completed more than 35,000 projects for public and private sector clients in all 50 states and 25 countries since its founding in 1970.
The firm provides clients direct access to nationally recognized consulting engineers and scientists who lead and manage project engagements. Project leaders are supported by and mentor some of the industry’s very best mid-level and younger engineers and scientists. The largest geoenvironmental firm headquartered in New England, GEI collaboratively services clients across the country from 30 offices coast to coast.
For more information about GEI Consultants, Inc., visit www.geiconsultants.com.
The 10NCEE program committee has received nearly 800 papers from potential authors and presenters. Authors will receive review comments and confirmation of acceptance of their papers by February 1, 2014. Final revised papers will be due by March 15, 2014. Final submission of the paper must be accompanied by payment of the full conference registration fee for the presenting author.
EERI is pleased to announce the "Social Representations of Earthquakes: A Study of People Living in Three Highly Seismic Areas" paper by Helene Joffe, Tiziana Rossetto (M. EERI, 2010), Christian Solberg, and Cliodhna O'Connor, published in the May 2013 issue of Earthquake Spectra, was awarded the 2013 Lloyd's Science of Risk Prize for the best peer-reviewed work on the science of risk; it also won the Best Paper accolade for the Science of Behavioral Risk category.
The Lloyd's prize seeks to create links between the academic community and the insurance industry. Joffe et al.'s paper compared attitudes to earthquake risk in three highly seismic cities — Seattle (USA), Izmir (Turkey), and Osaka (Japan) — shedding light on what drives better preparatory action. Congratulations to the authors for this recognition of their excellent work!
For more details, visit the Lloyd’s website at http://www.lloyds.com/news-and-insight/news-and-features/lloyds-news/lloyds-news-2013/an-emotional-response-to-earthquakes .
In mid December, ten preprint manuscripts were posted on the Earthquake Spectra website prior to their formal publication. The list of new preprint manuscripts, including authors, follows:
- “Seismic Evaluation of Existing Wharf Structures Subject to Earthquake Excitation: Case Study” by Bilge Doran, Jay Shen, and Bulent Akbas
- “NGA-West2 models for ground-motion directionality” by Shrey K. Shahi and Jack W. Baker (M. EERI, 2004)
- “Damage to Oil Storage Tanks due to Tsunami of the Mw9.0 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku, Japan Earthquake” by Ken Hatayama
- “Seismic Retrofit for Electric Power Systems” by Natalia Romero, Linda K. Nozick, Ian Dobson, Ningxiong Xu, and Dean A. Jones
- “Fragility curves based on data from the 2011 Great East Japan tsunami in Ishinomaki city with discussion of parameters influencing building damage” by Anawat Suppasri, Ingrid Charvet, Kentaro Imai, and Fumihiko Imamura
- “Significance of Rotating Ground Motions on Behavior of Symmetric- and Asymmetric-plan Structures: Part 2. Multi-story Structures” by Erol Kalkan (M. EERI, 2002) and Juan C. Reyes
- “Case Study: Scenario-Based Seismic Loss Estimation for Concrete Buildings in Mid-America” by Jong-Wha Bai (M. EERI, 2005), Mary Beth D. Hueste (M. EERI, 1995), and Paolo Gardoni
- “Modeling Building Classes using Moment Matching” by In Ho Cho and Keith Porter (M. EERI, 1998)
- “Estimation of damping correction factors using duration defined by standard deviation of phase difference” by Kenichi Nagao (M. EERI, 2012) and Jun Kanda
- “Nonlinear Site Amplification Factors for Sites Located within the Mississippi Embayment with Consideration for Deep Soil Deposit” by Mojtaba Malekmohammadi (M. EERI, 2009) and Shahram Pezeshk (M. EERI, 1989)
To read the preprint manuscripts or browse the complete list of preprint manuscripts, visit the Earthquake Spectra website at http://earthquakespectra.org/toc/eqsa/0/0.Back to top >
The California Institute of Technology Division of Engineering and Applied Science invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering.
CalTech is interested in applicants from a broad range of research areas related to earthquakes. Specific areas include, but are not limited to, structural engineering, sensing and control, systems engineering, geomechanics, risk analysis, and areas on the boundary between earthquake engineering and geoscience. The search is aimed at the assistant professor level but exceptionally well-qualified applicants may be considered at the associate or full professor levels.
Interested applicants should submit an electronic application on the Caltech website at https://applications.caltech.edu/job/earthquake_eng .
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. The term of the initial appointment at the assistant professor level is normally four years, with appointment contingent upon completion of a Ph.D. in a relevant field. The California Institute of Technology is an Equal-Opportunity/Affirmative-Action Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and disabled persons are encouraged to apply.
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering invites applications for tenure-track faculty position(s) in structural engineering, mechanics, and materials. Candidates must hold an earned doctorate degree in Civil Engineering or a related field in support of civil engineering such as (but not restricted to), mechanical engineering, materials science and engineering, or chemical engineering by the date of hire. The position is open at all levels.
Applicants for the position must have a demonstrated record of excellence or show exceptional promise for high-quality teaching, research, and professional development in one or more of the following areas: (a) development of innovative materials for infrastructure applications using theoretical/computational or experimental methods; (b) computational mechanics for multi-scale modeling of material and structural behavior, (c) development of innovative design approaches, including application of performance-based design and structural reliability, (d) application and development of sensors and simulation/modeling tools for assessing structural health and supporting smart cities, and (e) field and laboratory testing, including the integration of test results with numerical modeling.
The Department houses well-equipped laboratories for field and laboratory testing of structural components and systems and to support activities relevant to materials design, fabrication, and characterization across length scales. Access is available to (HPC) high-performance computing platforms via university-wide initiatives. The department hosts very highly-selective undergraduate and graduate programs, is engaged in various research collaborations, both within engineering and with a spectrum of departments and programs at UCLA, across the UC system, and with other universities and across various industries.
Formal screening will begin January 20, 2014 for a July 1, 2014 appointment. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, full contact information for three to five references (including an email address); a two-page teaching and research plan is optional, but encouraged for applications with less than two years of tenure-track experience. Full Professor level applicants need only submit a CV.
The UCLA CEE department is seeking outstanding candidates with the potential for exceptional research, and excellence in teaching, and also a clear commitment to enhancing the diversity of the faculty, graduate, and undergraduate student populations (https://diversity.ucla.edu/support-diversity-programs ). UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong institutional commitment to excellence through diversity.
Applicants are required to apply at UC Recruit. Please upload a complete application at: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF00141 .
Additional information can be found at http://www.cee.ucla.edu/about/job-opportunities .
ETH Zurich will establish a multi-disciplinary research team to work on risk governance-related challenges for deep geothermal energy, CO2 storage and hydropower projects. The new interdisciplinary research team will initially comprise three postdoctoral and/or senior scientists. The successful candidates are expected to participate in a growing cross-disciplinary research program, involving several professorships at ETH, with strong ties to other national and international partner institutions.
New Research Team: Risk Governance HydroEnergies and GeoEnergies
Three positions from postdoctoral to senior researcher level
The team will develop and implement a holistic concept of risk governance and community resilience for energy infrastructures, not only focusing on ‘risk management’ and ‘risk analysis’, but also integrating how risk-related decision-making unfolds when a range of actors is involved. Projects will include (1) the development of a precise common methodology and a consistent quantitative modeling approach to hazard, vulnerability, risk, resilience and societal acceptance assessment of energy technologies, (2) the design of a stress test framework to assess the vulnerability and resilience of individual critical energy infrastructures, as well as to address the interdependencies among them and (3) the development of standardized protocols, operational guidelines and software for monitoring strategies, real-time hazard and risk assessment during all project phases, as well as for mitigation and related communication strategies.
In order to qualify for a position in our team, a Ph.D. in geosciences, physics, engineering, social sciences or a related field is required, as is a proven record of excellence in conducting research related to risk governance and/or equivalent industry experience. The ability and willingness to communicate across disciplines and perform collaborative, interdisciplinary research is a key requirement for all positions. Familiarity with social processes related to contested energy infrastructures is a plus.
The team is fully financed for three years from January 2014, and a continuation for the period 2017-2020 is expected. Outstanding candidates may be considered for permanent positions. ETH Zurich is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world and offers a competitive salary, dependent on experience and performance. The city of Zurich rates as one of the most attractive cities worldwide.
Applications with a CV, a research statement addressing risk governance for energy infrastructures, and the names and addresses of three references should be sent online via www.jobs.ethz.ch to: ETH Zurich, Ms. Maja Bügler, Human Resources, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland. Review of the applications will commence January 15, 2014, and will continue until the positions are filled.
ETH Zurich will establish a multi-disciplinary research team to work on problems of deep geoenergy reservoirs, specifically for enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) and CO2 storage in saline aquifers. The team will initially comprise five postdoctoral to senior researchers that will participate in a growing cross-disciplinary research program, involving several professorships at ETH and with strong ties to other national and international partner institutions and local industry. The team will have access to unique pilot and demonstration projects on scales ranging from underground laboratories to new boreholes in targeted reservoirs, as well as to cutting edge computational facilities.
New Research Team: Deep Geothermal Energy
Five positions from postdoctoral to senior researcher level
The team will perform innovative, fundamental and applied research on (1) a quantitative understanding of the geological, mechanical, and chemical controls on permeability at reservoir depth and temperature, (2) geophysical site characterization and monitoring technologies, (3) methods for the stimulation and maintenance of reservoir permeability, (4) limiting induced seismicity to societally acceptable magnitudes, and (5) novel tools for numerical modeling of coupled reservoir processes.
In order to qualify for a position in our team, a PhD in geosciences, physics, engineering or a related field is required, as is a proven record of excellence in conducting research and/or equivalent industry experience. Expertise in one or several of the following domains is desirable: structural geology, rock and fracture mechanics, earthquake physics, engineering geology, exploration and borehole geophysics, fluid-rock interaction, geothermal systems and computational science. Experience with geoenergy applications is a plus. A more comprehensive version of this announcement is available at www.geopetro.ethz.ch/sccer.
The team is fully financed for three years from January 2014, and a continuation for the period 2017-2020 is expected. Outstanding candidates may be considered for permanent positions. ETH Zurich is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world and offers competitive salaries, dependent on experience and performance. The city of Zurich rates as one of the most attractive cities worldwide.
Applications with a CV, a research statement and the names and addresses of three references should be sent online via www.jobs.ethz.ch to: ETH Zurich, Ms Maja Bügler, Human Resources, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland. Evaluation of applications will commence January 6, 2014, and will continue until the positions are filled.
Seven NEES equipment sites will host REU students in summer 2014 (Oregon State, UCLA, UC San Diego, U. Illinois, Lehigh, U. Minnesota, and UN Reno). The program is a dynamic 10-week summer research program for upper division undergraduate students interested in Civil, Electrical, and Computer Engineering or Computer Science, as well as other fields related to seismic risk mitigation.
Students will collaborate with graduate students and faculty on NEES-R projects. The submission deadline is February 17, 2014 at 8:00 am PDT. Interested students should apply on the NEES website at http://nees.org/education/for-students/reu-program .Back to top >
EERI would like to take this opportunity to welcome new members who have joined the Institute this fall (from mid September to mid December).
If you would like to connect with these new members, find them in the EERI online membership directory, which requires logging into the Member Resources Area of the EERI website.
Birkan Bayrak, Landau Associates Inc, Civil Engineering
Jeff Bond, City of Albany, Urban Planning
Hon Fung Chan, EBMUD, Geotechnical Engineering
Maria Crespo, Principia, Seismology
Marco De Biasio, EDF, Structural Engineering
Andrew Dinsick, GeoPentech Inc, Geotechnical Engineering
Jennifer Foschaar, Arup, Structural Engineering
JoLyn Gillie, HWA GeoSciences Inc, Geophysicist
John (Jack) Gordon, GRI
Philippe Gueguen, ISTerre, Risk Analysis
John Ho, PSI
Bijan Khazai, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Risk Analysis
Ioannis Koutromanos, Virginia Tech, Civil Engineering
Feng Li, Golder Associates
Dragos Marcu, Popp & Asociatii SRL, Structural Engineering
Mark Murphy, AMEC
Mathias Raschke, Risk Analysis
Steven Shepherd, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Structural Engineering
Ethan Tsai, AMEC
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Jason Bock, GRI, Geotechnical Engineering
Arash Erfani, Arup, Geotechnical Engineering
Majid Ghayoomi, University of New Hampshire, Geotechnical Engineering
Thomas Keatts, Shannon & Wilson, Geotechnical Engineering
Andrew Shuck, Wiss Janney Elstner Associates Inc, Structural Engineering
Stuart Stringer, Moffatt & Nichol, Structural Engineering
Dmitra Tsiaousi, Fugro Consultants Inc
Yuyang Wang, Structural Engineering
Reed Zimmerman, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Structural Engineering
Paulina Amponsah, Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Seismology
Douglas Asante-Nyarko, Ghana Education Service, Education
Prakash Badal, Larsen & Toubro, Structural Engineering
V.R. Balasubramaniam, National Institute of Rock Mechanics, Geophysicist
Archanaa Dongre, IPEC Delhi/NCR, Education
Mihail Iancovici, Tech Univ of Bucharest, Education
Can Karageyik, Erges Engineering & Consulting Ltd, Structural Engineering
Suchart Limkatanyu, Prince of Songkla University, Structural Engineering
Nuri Ozhendekci, Yildiz Technical University, Structural Engineering
Florin Pavel, Tech Univ of Bucharest, Civil Engineering
Prakash Sangamnerkar, M.P. Housing & Infrastructure
Jason Altekruse, Fugro Consultants Inc
S. Thomas Freeman, GeoPentech Inc
Pauline Galea, University of Malta
Jeongmin Han, Imperial College London
Ittai Kurzon, Geological Survey of Israel
Michael West, University of Alaska - Fairbanks
Raymond Willemann, IRIS Consortium
STUDENT MEMBERS (listed by school and discipline)
Matthew Morello, Air Force Institute of Technology, Technical
Jammie Chen, Cal Poly Pomona, Civil Engineering
Julia Cruz, Cal Poly Pomona, Civil Engineering
Jose Mendez, Cal Poly Pomona, Civil Engineering
Alexander Pham, Cal Poly Pomona, Civil Engineering
Chris Graham, Cal Poly Pomona
Renato Kabiling Jr., Cal Poly Pomona
Jesse Kent, Cal Poly Pomona
Jesus Martinez, Cal Poly Pomona
Austin Morgan, Cal Poly Pomona
Austine Racelis, Cal Poly Pomona
Fabiola Ramirez-Martinez, Cal Poly Pomona
Stephen Ramos, Cal Poly Pomona
Dominic Stone, Cal Poly Pomona
Haydar Karaoglu, Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering Geology
Karly Rager, Colorado State University, Structural Engineering
Julian Couto-Carter, Cornell University, Civil Engineering
Mitchell Fanning, Cornell University, Civil Engineering
Jason Schwab, Cornell University, Structural Engineering
Shannon Spiers, Cornell University, Structural Engineering
Michael Becerra, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Mary Cendana, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Nancy Chhin, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Chirath Karunathilake, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Joshua Kue, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Andrew Lam, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Mariana Montiel, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Abigail See, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Vivian Tang, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Somyod Trumkul, CSU Long Beach, Civil Engineering
Lee Heng, CSU Long Beach, Geotechnical Engineering
Thanh Truc Le, CSU Long Beach, Mechanical Engineering
Margarita Beltran, CSU Long Beach, Structural Engineering
Tiffany Le, CSU Long Beach, Structural Engineering
Mezgeen Rasol, Duhok Polytechniqe University, Structural Engineering
Xinjun Dong, Georgia Tech, Structural Engineering
Xia Li, Georgia Tech, Structural Engineering
Sujith Mangalathu, Georgia Tech, Structural Engineering
Farahnaz Soleimani, Georgia Tech, Structural Engineering
Golnaz Shahidi, Lehigh University, Structural Engineering
Ben Buchwald, McMaster University, Structural Engineering
Adrian Crowder, McMaster University, Structural Engineering
Mustafa Siyam, McMaster University, Structural Engineering
Taylor Steele, McMaster University, Structural Engineering
Mark Torrie, McMaster University, Structural Engineering
Heather Pedersen, New Mexico State University, Structural Engineering
Ryan Taylor, Newcastle University, Structural Engineering
Trevor Carey, Oregon State University, Structural Engineering
Anthony Kramer, Oregon State University, Structural Engineering
Ima Muljati, Petra Christian University, Structural Engineering
Miguel Arestegui, Pontificia Univ Catolica del Peru, Civil Engineering
Frank Escusa, Pontificia Univ Catolica del Peru, Civil Engineering
Joshua Freer, Purdue University, Civil Engineering
Lucas Laughery, Purdue University, Structural Engineering
Alana Wilbee, Purdue University, Structural Engineering
Catherine Nikiel, Rice University, Civil Engineering
Nonika Antonaki, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Geotechnical Engineering
Alaa Abd Ali, Rutgers University, Structural Engineering
Neli Avramova, San Francisco State University, Structural Engineering
Ramin Barghi, San Francisco State University, Structural Engineering
Maryam Khan, San Francisco State University, Structural Engineering
Hezareigh Ryan, San Francisco State University, Structural Engineering
Jason Lau, San Jose State University, Structural Engineering
Emma Lejeune, Stanford University, Civil Engineering
Luis Ceferino-Rojas, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Hector Davalos, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Steven Earl, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Katherine Fitzgerald, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Yue Hua, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Isamar Rosa, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Eduardo Vega, Stanford University, Structural Engineering
Joseph Diehl, SUNY Buffalo, Civil Engineering
Theodoros Eleftheriou, SUNY Buffalo, Civil Engineering
Enrique Morales, SUNY Buffalo, Civil Engineering
Bishwas Thapa, SUNY Buffalo, Civil Engineering
Daniel Barron, SUNY Buffalo, Geotechnical Engineering
William McVitty, SUNY Buffalo, Structural Engineering
Arian Tajik, UC Berkeley, Architecture
Katherine Delaveaga, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Jordan Gilles, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Kenzo Horiuchi, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Mara Minner, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Lawrence Padaoan, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Henry Teng, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Raymond Yeh, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Yat Chun Yu, UC Berkeley, Civil Engineering
Cole Christiansen, UC Berkeley, Engineering Geology
Khaled Chowdhury, UC Berkeley, Geotechnical Engineering
James Acevedo, UC Berkeley, Structural Engineering
Nasser Alkmim, UC Berkeley, Structural Engineering
Casey Li, UC Berkeley, Structural Engineering
Lillian Fan, UC Berkeley
Jacquelyn Allmond, UC Davis, Geotechnical Engineering
Frank Beckwith, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
Taya Chiang, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
Mary Faith Silva, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
Kyle Turner, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
Zachary Vidmar, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
John Ward, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
Cory Youngdale, UC San Diego, Structural Engineering
Isaiah Abramson, UCLA, Civil Engineering
Nicole Chuhak, UCLA, Civil Engineering
Karan Patel, UCLA, Civil Engineering
Alicia Pedneault, UCLA, Civil Engineering
Curtis Young, UCLA, Civil Engineering
Benjamin Turner, UCLA, Geotechnical Engineering
Sean Fletcher, UCLA, Structural Engineering
Sam Zabb-Parmley, UCLA, Structural Engineering
Xu Xie, University of British Columbia, Civil Engineering
Jeremy Atkinson, University of British Columbia, Structural Engineering
Abbas Javaherian Yazdi, University of British Columbia, Structural Engineering
Brandon Paxton, University of British Columbia, Structural Engineering
Lisa Tobber, University of British Columbia, Structural Engineering
Vishwa Beesam, University of Colorado, Structural Engineering
Tyler Leigh, University of Colorado, Structural Engineering
Simon Choi, University of Kansas, Civil Engineering
Scott McConnell, University of Kansas, Civil Engineering
Nicole Schwarz, University of Kansas, Civil Engineering
Mark Furtado, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Civil Engineering
Ameh Fioklou, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Structural Engineering
Marie Desharnais, University of Minnesota, Civil Engineering
Richard Kirchner, University of Minnesota, Civil Engineering
Samuel Paitich, University of Minnesota, Civil Engineering
Bing Xue, University of Minnesota, Civil Engineering
Davide Giannuzzi, University of Minnesota, Structural Engineering
Blake Weatherly, Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln (Omaha), Civil Engineering
Nathaniel Jensen, Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln (Omaha), Geotechnical Engineering
Derek Brooks, Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln (Omaha), Structural Engineering
Katherine Fickle, Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln (Omaha), Structural Engineering
KayLee Taylor, Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln (Omaha), Structural Engineering
Yanglin Zhao, University of Michigan, Civil Engineering
Ian McCreery, University of Michigan, Geotechnical Engineering
Hamza Bilal, University of Michigan, Structural Engineering
Harshil Khimesara, University of Michigan, Structural Engineering
Brenden Ritola, University of Michigan, Structural Engineering
Enzo Stante, University of Michigan, Structural Engineering
Dan Tamarkin, University of Michigan, Structural Engineering
Dan Wei, University of Michigan, Structural Engineering
Ahmed Akl, University of Nevada-Reno, Civil Engineering
Hector Hernandez, University of Nevada-Reno, Civil Engineering
Mohammed Mohammed, University of Nevada-Reno, Civil Engineering
Maxwell Fogelhut, University of Nevada-Reno, Engineering Geology
Samuel Aparicio, University of Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering
Margarita Chi-Miranda, University of Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering
Andrea Cruz-Chamorro, University of Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering
Wilfred Galloza-Acevedo, University of Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering
Kennia Maldonado, University of Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering
Raul Marrero, University of Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering
Frederic Marquis, University of Sherbrooke, Structural Engineering
Mohd Zamri Ramli, Univ Teknologi Malaysia, Structural Engineering
Birhanu Bishaw, University of Utah, Civil Engineering
Sharad Dangol, University of Utah, Structural Engineering
Catherine Tucker, University of Utah, Structural Engineering
Roya Abyaneh, University of Waterloo, Civil Engineering
Ebrahim Abbas, Virginia Tech, Civil Engineering
Janna Bonfiglio, Virginia Tech, Geotechnical Engineering
Ashly Cabas, Virginia Tech, Geotechnical Engineering
Youyou Cao, Virginia Tech, Structural Engineering
Jingyao Li, Virginia Tech, Structural Engineering
Adam Phillips, Virginia Tech, Structural Engineering
Cody Gibb, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Civil Engineering
Michael Tsai, Civil Engineering
Marcello Valerio, Civil Engineering
Ryan Worley, Civil Engineering
Seyed-Kazem Sadat-Shokouhi, Structural Engineering
Rebecca Trow, Structural Engineering