Professor Maurizio Seracini,
Professor Falko Kuester
Professors Seracini and Kuester are developing a "digital clinical chart" for the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy, part of Calit2's cultural heritage pres
Professor Tara Hutchinson,
Professor Joel Conte,
Professor Jose Restrepo
Doctoral students Rodrigo Astroza, Michelle Chen, Hamed Ebrahimian, Steve Mintz, Elide Pantoli, and Xiang Wang
Professor P. Benson Shing
In spite of recent changes, the seismic design specifications of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) on the development of longitudinal co
Professor Ahmed Elgamal
Three-dimensional (3D) nonlinear finite element simulations are becoming increasingly feasible for geotechnical applications. OpenSeesPL, created by J.
Professor Hyonny Kim
The largest source of damage to a commercial aircraft is caused by accidental contact with ground service equipment (GSE).
Professor Gilbert A. Hegemier
The UC San Diego blast simulator characterizes the response of civilian and military components and systems to terrorist explosive attack and high impact sce
Professor Qiang Zhu
Inspired by the efficient locomotion of fish, insects, and other creatures, innovative ocean vehicles that imitate animal propulsion and maneuvering are now
Professor Michael Todd
Ultrasonic guided wave interrogation using both coherent-phase arrays and sparse arrays (sparsity defined as arrays whose average sensor-to-sensor distance i
Professor David Benson
Traditional finite element methods use low degree, piecewise continuous polynomials to model the geometry of a structure.
Professor Francesco Lanza di Scalea
The performance of a wind turbine is driven, among other factors, by structural fatigue experienced due to wind-induced vibrations.
Professor Falko Kuester,
Professor Maurizio Seracini
Professor Petr Krysl
Recent military conflicts have resulted in an increase in the number of blast related traumatic brain injuries.
Professor Chia-Ming Uang
Professor Joel. P Conte,
Professor John B. Kosmatka
UC San Diego has developed a methodology for predicting and updating the Remaining Fatigue Life (RFL) of monitored aerospace structures and/or structural sub
Professor José I. Restrepo,
Professor Stephen Mahin, UCB,
Professor Ian Buckle, Univ. of Nevada, Reno
A full-scale, circular reinforced concrete bridge pier designed in accordance to Caltrans' Seismic Design Criteria and Bridge Design Specifications guideline
Professor Yu Qiao
Stress wave mitigation in porous materials, such as silica monoliths and PTFE foams, are investigated.
Professor Yuri Bazilevs
A fully coupled fluid–structure interaction (FSI) simulation methodology for wind turbines was developed in order to address a variety of engineering questio
Professor Robert J. Asaro
The cell wall of S.
Professor John B. Kosmatka
Typical Ground Vibration Tests of flight vehicles are performed by attaching a moderate number (10 to 100) of discrete accelerometers to a free-free flight v
Professor Lelli Van Den Einde
The California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS) is a four-week, educational summer program for gifted and talented high school studen