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Research

Structural Engineering and Mechanics

Structural engineering research involves multidisciplinary approaches to the planning, analysis, design, construction, and health monitoring of buildings, bridges, industrial facilities, and other components of infrastructure. Mechanics of materials focuses on experimental characterization, constitutive theories and numerical simulations of elastic and inelastic material behavior. The educational program challenges students to master fundamental concepts of mechanics, mathematics, analysis, design, and computational methods.

Programs of Study

Faculty

Brian Brenner
Structural Engineering, Concrete Design, Bridge Analysis and Design, Structural Analysis/Design

Eric Hines
Structural Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Steel Design, Concrete Design, Structural Systems Design

Daniel A. Kuchma
Design, Behavior, and Modeling of Concrete Structures

Babak Moaveni
Structural health monitoring, system and damage identification of civil structures, experimental modal analysis, signal processing, uncertainty quantification
Lab: Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)

Masoud Sanayei
Structural Engineering, Health Monitoring of Bridges, Nondestructive Testing, Structural Dynamics, Floor Vibrations for Human Comfort and Sensitive Equipment
Lab: Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)