COVID-19 UPDATES • 5/12/2022
Created by the NSF in 1986 as the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, MCEER is supported by UB, several federal agenices and private industry to advance earthquake engineering.
The MCEER researchers and investigators are recognized worldwide for changing standards and improving the earthquake resiliency of buildings and other structures.
Jaideep Chatterjee, PhD, PE (PhD ’02, MS ’02) has been named fellow by the American Society of Civil Engineer’s (ASCE) Board of Direction.
The longtime UB engineer is one of 10 experts to be honored, a status reserved for the most eminent civil engineers.
Research is underway at the University at Buffalo on a new low-cost resilient bridge design concept to eliminate bridge closures and repairs following earthquakes.