SUNY Distunguished Professor and Samuel Capen Professor of Civil Engineering Michael Constantinou will present on the topic Testing of Seismic Protective System Hardware: Significance, Scaling and Similarity during the Third Kenji Ishihara Colloguium Series on Earthquake Engineering.
Shoma Kitayama joined the University at Buffalo as a PhD student in 2012. He has been a student and post-doctoral researcher, and he will continue his work after shaping his own work ethic and drive in the creative, diverse and research-oriented environment at UB.
In a story about how Bill Gates’ company, TerraPower, is building next generation nuclear power technologies, CNBC quotes Andrew Whittaker, SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering.
The Johnson Professor of Structural Engineering, emeritus in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley has published a new book on the earthquake analysis and design of concrete dams.
Civil engineering graduate Juan Aleman (MS ’10, PhD ’14) and aerospace engineering alumnus Martin Diz (PhD ’15) are working together to advance optimization in structural engineering and address the U.S. housing crisis.
Assistant professors Negar Elhami Khorasani and Anthony Tessari will discuss Enhancing the Resilience of Tunnels Subject to Fire Events at Rutgers University's Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT).
Claudia Marin (MS ’03, PhD ’07), a civil and environmental engineering professor at Howard University will lead a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded project to develop an intelligent surveillance platform for Damage Detection and Localization of Civil Infrastructure.