One Concern Shares Latest Research on Floods, Seismic Modeling with Advisors through Technical Working Group

  • Dr. Jeremy Bricker, Associate Prof., Hydraulic Engineering at TU Delft, and Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, is a hydraulic and coastal engineer focused on the application of fluid mechanics to engineering design.
  • Dr. Nobuhito Mori, Professor, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, has areas of interest including air-sea interface physics, climate change, the dynamics of wind waves, long waves and tsunamis.
  • Dr. Y. Joseph Zhang, Research Professor, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, has research interests in theoretical and computational geophysical fluid mechanics, nonlinear wave mechanics, complex 3D environmental flows and numerical methods.
  • Dr. Jamie Padgett, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rice University. Dr. Padgett’s research focuses on the application of probabilistic methods for risk assessment of infrastructure, including the subsequent quantification of resilience and sustainability. Her work emphasizes structural portfolios such as regional portfolios of bridges or oil storage tanks exposed to multiple hazards, including earthquakes, hurricanes, or aging and deterioration.
  • Dr. Gregory G. Deierlein, Director, John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center, Stanford University, has done transformative research which has influenced the development of national codes and guidelines related to stability and collapse of buildings and other structures.
  • Dr. Roger Borcherdt, Scientist Emeritus, Earthquake Science Center, United States Geological Survey, has a career marked with “exceptional scientific contributions in the fields of seismology and engineering seismology, extraordinarily broad in scope” as noted on the Presidential Distinguished Service Award he received in 2010 as the highest honor of the U.S. Department of Interior.

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