CURRICULUM VITAE

Maria Eugenia Moreyra Garlock

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Princeton University

Engineering Quad, E-307                                                                                                                  Phone: (609) 258-2728

Princeton, New Jersey 08544                                                                                   e-mail: mgarlock@princeton.edu

Education

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Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, 1997 – 2002

Doctorate (Ph.D.) Degree: Structural Engineering, 2003

Dissertation: “Full-Scale Testing, Seismic Analysis, and Design of Post-Tensioned Seismic Resistant Connections for Steel Frames.”

Advisors: James Ricles and Richard Sause

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1991-1993,

Masters (M.S.) Degree: Civil Engineering, 1993

Thesis: “The Behavior of Cold-Formed Steel Lipped Channels under Bending”

Advisor: Teoman Pekoz

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, 1987 – 1991

Bachelors (B.S.) Degree: Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1991

GPA: 3.8/4.0, Suma Cum Laude

Licensure

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New York State Professional Engineering License (since 1997)

Work Experience

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July 2011 to present:  Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

February 2003 to June 2011:  Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

September 2002 – February 2003: Instructor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

July 1993 – July 1997: Consulting Structural Engineer, Leslie E. Robertson Associates, R.L.L.P, 30 Broad Street, 47th Floor, N.Y., N.Y., 10004-2304

Partial List of Projects: BDNI Center (Jakarta, Indonesia); Baltimore Convention Center Expansion (Baltimore, Md.); Megaworld Place (Manila, Philippines); Berlin Historical Museum (Berlin, Germany); World Trade Center Structural Integrity Inspections (New York, N.Y.)

Books and Book Chapters

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Garlock, M.E.M., Billington, D.P. (2014). “Félix Candela and Heinz Isler: A comparison of two structural artists” in Shell Structures for Architecture: Form Finding and Optimization, edited by Sigrid Adriaenssens, Philippe Block, Diederik Veenendaal & Chris Williams, Routledge Taylor and Francis publishers.

E.M. Hines, S.G. Buonopane and M.E.M. Garlock, editors (2012), Festschrift Billington 2012, International Network for Structural Art, (253 pages).

Adriaenssens, S., and Garlock, M.E.M.(2012) " Teaching Social and Multidimensional Aspects of Structures through Fazlur Khan," in Festschrift Billington 2012, E.M. Hines, S.G. Buonopane and M.E.M. Garlock, editors, International Network for Structural Art, pp. 122-155.

Garlock, M.E.M., Billington, D.P. (2008). Félix  Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist, Yale University Press (207 pages)  

Press Reviews:  “Garlock and Billington’s book, aimed at a professional readership, is a magisterial overview of Candela’s synthesis of geometry, engineering and art “(Architectural Record, February 2009); Top of the list of “Best Architecture Books of 2008 (http://www.archnewsnow.com/features/Feature272.htm); “Visual Masterpiece, Thought-Provoking Read” (Amazon.com, May 8, 2009).

Refereed Journal Publications

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39   Glassman, J., Garlock, M., “Web shear buckling equations for steel plate girder bridges at elevated temperatures” (2013). Submitted for publication in Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier.

38   Alos-Moya, J.,  Paya-Zaforteza, I., Garlock, M., Loma de Osorio, E., Schiffner, D., Hospitaler, A., “Analysis of a bridge failure due to fire using computational fluid dynamics and finite element models” (2013). Submitted for publication in Engineering Structures, Elsevier

37.  Quiel, S.E.,  Garlock, M.E.M., Dwaikat, M.M.S.,  Kodur, V.K.R. (2012). “Predicting the demand and plastic capacity of axially loaded steel beam-columns with thermal gradients” (2014). Engineering Structures, Elsevier, Vol 58, p. 49-62.

36.  Elhami Khorasani, N., Garlock, M.E.M., Gardoni, P. (2013). “Fire Load: Survey Data, Recent Standards, and Probabilistic Models for Office Buildings”, Engineering Structures, Elsevier, in press: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.engstruct.2013.07.042

35.  Selamet, S., and Garlock, M.E.M. (2013). “Plate Buckling Strength of Steel Wide-Flange Sections at Elevated Temperatures, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, v 139, n 11, p 1853-65.

34. Pakala, P., Kodur, V., Selamet, S., and Garlock, M.E.M. (2012). “Fire behavior of shear angle connections in a restrained steel frame”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier, Volume 77, Pages 119–130.

33. Olsen, M.J., Cheung, K.F., YamazakI, Y., Butcher, S., Garlock, M., Yim, S., McGarity, S., Robertson, I., Burgos, L., and Young, Y.L. (2012). “Damage Assessment of the 2010 Chile Earthquake and Tsunami Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning”, Earthquake Spectra, Vol. 28, No. S1, pp. S179-S197

32. Kodur, V.K., Garlock, M.E.M., Iwankiw, N. (2012). "Structures in Fire: State-of-the-Art, Research and Training Needs", Fire Technology, Springer Journals, Volume 48, Issue 4, pp 825-839.

31.  Selamet, S., and Garlock, M.E.M. (2012). “Predicting the maximum compressive Beam Axial Force during Fire considering Local Buckling”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier, V.71, p.189-201.

30. Payá-Zaforteza, I, Garlock, M. (2012). “A numerical investigation on the fire response of a steel girder bridge”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier, V. 75, p.93-103.

29.  Garlock, M., Payá-Zaforteza, I. Kodur, V., Gu, L., (2012). “Fire Hazard in Bridges: Review, Assessment and Repair Strategies”, Engineering Structures, Elsevier, V. 35, p. 89-98.

28. Garlock, M.E.M., Billington D.P. (2011). “Eminent Structural Engineer: Félix Candela –Structural Artist of Thin Shell Concrete Forms”, Structural Engineering International, IABSE, v.21, No.4, p.520-523.

27.  Quiel, S.E.,  Garlock, M.E.M., Paya-Zaforteza, I. (2011). “Closed-form Procedure for Predicting the Capacity and Demand of Steel Beam-Columns under Fire”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, 137(9), p.967-976.

26.  Herning, G., Garlock, M.E.M., Vanmarcke, E. (2011). “Reliability-based evaluation of design and performance of steel self-centering moment frames”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, v 67, n 10, p 1495-1505.

25.  Dwaikat, M.M.S.,  Kodur, V.K.R., Quiel, S.E.,  Garlock, M.E.M., (2011). “Experimental Behavior of Steel Beam-Columns Subjected to Fire-Induced Thermal Gradients”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier, v67, n 1, p 30 - 38

24.  Kodur VR, Gu L, Garlock M.E. (2010). “Review and Assessment of Fire Hazard in Bridges” Journal of the Transportation Research Board No. 2172, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington D.C. (USA), 2010.

23.  Quiel, S., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Calculating the Buckling Strength of Steel Plates Exposed to Fire”, Thin-Walled Structures, Elsevier, v 48, p 684-695.

22.  Selamet, S., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Robust Design of Single Plate Shear Connections for Fire”, Engineering Structures, Elsevier, v 32, n 8, p.2367-2378.

21.  Garlock, M.E.M., and Selamet, S. (2010). “Modeling and Behavior of Steel Plate Connections Subject to Various Fire Scenarios”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, v 136, n 7, p 897-906

20.  Quiel, S., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Parameters for Modeling High-Rise Steel Building Frame Subject to Fire”, Journal of Structural Fire Engineering, v 1, n 2, p 115-134.

19.  Quiel, S., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Closed-form Prediction of the Thermal and Structural Response of a Perimeter Column in a Fire”, Open Construction and Building Technology Journal, v 4, p 64-78.

18.  Draper, P., Garlock, M.E.M., Billington, D.P.(2010). "Structural Optimization of Félix  Candela's Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shells", Journal of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, v 51, n 163, p 59-66.

17.  Thrall, A., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). "Analysis of the Design Concept for Iglesia de la Medalla Milagrosa" Journal of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, v 51, n 163, p 27-34.

16.  Kelly. K., Garlock, M.E.M., Billington, D.P. (2010). "Structural Analysis of the Cosmic Rays Laboratory", Journal of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, Vol 51, No. 1., p 17-24

15.  Billington, D.P., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Structural Art and the Example of Félix Candela”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, v 136, n 4, p. 339-342. (Forum paper).

14.  Quiel, S.E. and Garlock, M.E.M. (2008). “A Closed-Form Analysis of Perimeter Member Behavior in a Steel Building Frame Subject to Fire”, Engineering Structures, Elsevier , v 30, n 11, p 3276-3284.

13.  Draper, P., Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2008). “Finite Element Analysis of Félix Candela’s Chapel of Lomas De Cuernavaca”, Journal of Architectural Engineering, ASCE, v 14, n 2, p 47-52.

12.  Garlock, M, and Li, J. (2008). “Steel Self-Centering Moment Frames with Collector Beam Floor Diaphragms”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier, v 64, n 5, p 526-538.

11.  Garlock, M, Ricles, J., and Sause, R. (2008) “Influence of Design Parameters on Seismic Response of Post-Tensioned Steel MRF Systems, Engineering Structures, Elsevier, v 30, n 4, p 1037-1047.

10.  Garlock, M.E.M. and Quiel, S.E., (2008) “Plastic Axial Load - Moment Interaction Curves for Fire-Exposed Steel Sections with Thermal Gradients”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE v 134, n 6, p 874-880.

9.    Garlock, M.E.M. and Quiel, S.E. (2007) “Mechanics of Wide-Flanged Steel Sections with Thermal Gradients Due to Fire Exposure,” International Journal of Steel Structures, Korean Society of Steel Construction, v 7, n 3, p 153-162.

8.    Garlock, M., Quiel, S.E. (2007) “The Behavior of Steel Perimeter Columns in a High-Rise Building under Fire”, Engineering Journal, AISC, v 44, n 4, p 359-372.

7.    Mac Namara, S., Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2007). “Structural Response of Nuclear Containment Shield Buildings with Construction Openings”, Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, ASCE, v 21, n 2, p 152-156.

6.    Garlock, M, Sause, R., and Ricles, J. (2007). “Behavior and Design of Post-Tensioned Steel Frames”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, v 133, n 3, p 389-399.

5.    Rojas, P., Garlock, M., Ricles, J.M., and Sause, R. (2005) "Use of Post-Tensioned Friction Damped Connections for Seismic Retrofit of Steel Moment Resisting Frames,” International Journal of Steel Structures, Korean Society of Steel Construction, v 5.

4.    Garlock, M, Ricles, J., and Sause, R. (2005) “Experimental Studies on Full-Scale Post-Tensioned Steel Connections”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, v 131, n 3, p438-448.

3.    Billington, D., Garlock, M. (2004) “Thin Shell Concrete Structures: The Master Builders” Journal of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, v 45, n 146, p147-155.

2.    Garlock, M, Ricles, J., and Sause, R. (2003). “Cyclic Load Tests and Analysis of Bolted Top-and-Seat Angle Connections,” Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE v 129, n 12, p 1615-1625.

1.    Ricles, J., Sause, R., Garlock, M., and Zhao, C. (2001). “Post-Tensioned Seismic Resistant Connections for Steel Frames,” Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, v127, n 2, p 113-121.

Conference and Workshop Publications

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 (bold represents the author who presented the paper at the conference)

64. Elhami Khorasani, N., Garlock, M.E.M. (2014). “Using Opensees for Analyzing a 9-Story Steel Building Under Post- Earthquake Fires”, Proceedings of the Tenth U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Frontiers of Earthquake Engineering, July 21-25, 2014, Anchorage, Alaska.

63. Glisic, B., Garlock, M., Adriaenssens, S. (2014). “Innovative education in engineering: a social and multi-dimensional exploration of structures”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Boston, April.

62. Glassman, J., Garlock, M.E.M. (2014). “Post-fire strength assessment of steel bridges based on residual out-of-plane web deformations”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Boston, April.

61. Glassman, J., Garlock, M.E.M. (2013). “Extreme temperatures and bridges: the role of transverse stiffeners in steel plate girder fire performance”, Proceedings of the New York City Bridge Conference, New York City, August.

60. Elhami Khorasani, N. , Garlock, M.E.M., and Gardoni, P. (2013). “A Bayesian methodology for the performance evaluation of steel perimeter columns under fire”, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Structural Safety & Reliability, June 16-20, 2013 – Columbia University, New York City.

59. Glassman, J., Garlock, M.E.M. (2013). “Shear buckling behavior of steel plate girders at elevated temperatures”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Pittsburgh, PA, May.

58. Elhami Khorasani, N. , Garlock, M.E.M., and Gardoni, P. (2012). “Reliability Analysis of Steel Perimeter Columns Under Fire”, Proceedings of the7th International Conference on Structures in Fire, Zurich, Switzerland, June 6-8.

57. Neal, M., Garlock, M.E.M., Quiel, S.E., Marjanishvili, S. (2012). “Effects of Fire on a Tall Steel Building Designed to Resist Progressive Collapse”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Chicago, March.

56. Herning, G., Garlock, M.E.M., Freidenburg, A. (2012). “Comparison of welded and post-tensioned steel moment-resisting frames”, Proceedings, Steel Structures in Seismic Areas (STESSA), Santiago, Chile, January.

55. Garlock, M.E.M., Billington, D.P. (2011). “Félix Candela and the Origins of Inspiration”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Las Vegas, NV, April.

54. Selamet, S., Garlock, M.E.M. (2011). “A Comparison between the Single Plate and Angle Shear Connection Performance under Fire”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Las Vegas, NV, April.

53. Selamet, S., Garlock, M.E.M., (2010). “Guidelines for Modeling Three Dimensional Structural Connection Models Using Finite Element Methods”, Proceedings of the International Symposium “Steel Structures: Culture & Sustainability, 21-23 September, Istanbul, Turkey.

52.  Ricles, J.M. , Christopoulos, C., Sause, R., and Garlock, M. (2010). “Development of Self-Centering Steel Moment-Resisting Frames for Damage-Free Seismic Resistant Buildings” Proceedings of the 9th US National/10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Toronto, July, (paper # 1526).

51.  Dyke S.J., Stojadinovic, B., Arduino, P. , Garlock, M. (2010). “2020 Vision for Earthquake Engineering Research”, Proceedings of the 9th US National/10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Toronto, July, (paper # 1832).

50.  Herning, G., Garlock, M., Vanmarcke, E. (2010). “Reliability-Based Evaluation of Design Procedure for Steel Self-Centering Moment Frames”, Proceedings of the 9th US National/10th Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Toronto, July, (paper # 584).

49.  Quiel, S., Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Stress-based Equations for Predicting the Buckling Capacity of Steel Plates Exposed to Fire”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference for Structures in Fire, East Lansing, MI, June, p 122 – 129.

48.  Payá-Zaforteza, I., and Garlock, M.E.M., (2010). “A 3D Numerical Analysis of a Typical Steel Highway Overpass Bridge under a Hydrocarbon Fire”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference for Structures in Fire, East Lansing, MI, June, p 11-18.

47.  Selamet, S., and Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Improved Details for Fire-Induced Steel Single Plate Shear Connections”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference for Structures in Fire, East Lansing, MI, June, p 621-628.

46.  Selamet, S., and Garlock, M.E.M. (2010). “Local Buckling Study of Flanges And Webs In I-Shapes At Elevated Temperatures”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Orlando, FL, May, p 1592-1603.

45.  Quiel, S., Garlock, M.E.M., Payá-Zaforteza, I., (2010). “Procedure for Simplified Analysis of Perimeter Columns under Fire”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Orlando, FL, May, p 1580-1591.

44.  Kodur V.R., Gu L., Garlock M. E., (2010) Review and Assessment of Fire Hazard in Bridges, Proceedings of 2010 TRB Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., USA.

43.  Garlock, M., Li, J., Vanmarcke, E. (2009). “Floor diaphragm design of steel self-centering moment frames”, Proceedings, Steel Structures in Seismic Areas (STESSA), Philadelphia, PA, August, p 939 – 944.

42.  Herning, G., Garlock, M., Vanmarcke, E. (2009). “Evaluation of design procedure for steel self-centering moment frames”, Proceedings, Steel Structures in Seismic Areas (STESSA), Philadelphia, PA, August, p 417 – 422.

41.  Lee, J., Garlock, M. (2009). “Eladio Dieste and Félix Candela: a comparative analysis”, Proceedings of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS) Symposium, Valencia, 28 September – 2 October, p 1562 – 1572.

40.  Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2009). “Félix  Candela’s Legacy”, Proceedings of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS) Symposium, Valencia, 28 September – 2 October, p 154 – 161.

39.  Herning, G., Garlock, M., Ricles, J., Sause, R., Li, J.(2009). ”An Overview of Self-centering Steel Moment Frames”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Austin, TX, April, p 1412 – 1420.

38.  Selamet, S., Garlock, M., (2009) “Modified Connection Details for Single Plate Steel Connections under Fire”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Austin, TX, April, p 642 – 649.

37.  Segal, E., Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2008).  “A Comparative Analysis of the Bacardí Rum Factory and the Lambert-St. Louis Airport Terminal”, Proceedings of the International Symposium IASS-SLTE 2008, Acapulco, Mexico, October 27-31.

36.  Kelly, K., Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2008).  “Félix  Candela’s First Hypar: The Cosmic Rays Laboratory”, Proceedings of the International Symposium IASS-SLTE 2008, Acapulco, Mexico, October 27-31.

35.  Thrall, A., Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2008).  “Analysis of Iglesia de la Medalla Milagrosa”, Proceedings of the International Symposium IASS-SLTE 2008, Acapulco, Mexico, October 27-31.

34.  Holzer, C.E., Garlock, M., Prevost, J.H., (2008). “Structural Optimization of Félix  Candela’s Chapel Lomas de Cuernavaca”, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Thin-Walled Structures, Brisbane, Australia, June.

33.  Garlock, M., Herning, G., VanMarcke, E.“A Reliability-Based Methodology for Evaluating Connection Design of Self-Centering Frames”, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Connections in Steel Structures: Connections VI, Chicago, June, p 555 – 564.

32.  Draper, P., Garlock, M., Billington, D. (2008). “Structural Optimization of Concrete Hyperbolic Paraboloid Umbrella Shells”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computation of Shell and Spatial Structures IASS-IACM 2008: “Spanning Nano to Mega” 28-31 May 2008, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

31.  Selamet, S., Garlock, M. (2008). “Behavior of steel plate connections subject to various fire scenarios”, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference for Structures in Fire, Singapore, May, p 139 – 149.

30.  Quiel, S.E., Garlock, M.E.M. (2008). “3-D Versus 2-D Modeling of a High-Rise Steel Framed Building Under Fire”, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference for Structures in Fire, Singapore, May, p 278 – 288.

29.  Quiel, S.E., Garlock, M.E.M. (2008). “Modeling High-Rise Steel Framed Buildings under Fire”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Vancouver, April.

28.  Chi, H., Liu, J., Garlock, M. (2008). “Design and Analytical Validation of Post-tensioned Column Bases”, Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, Vancouver, April.

27.  Quiel, S.E., Garlock, M.E.M. (2007).  "Predicting the Demand on Fire-Exposed Perimeter Members in a High-Rise Steel Building Frame." Proc. of the 11th International Conference on Fire Science and Engineering (Interflam 2007), London, UK: 3-5 September.

26.  Garlock, M.E.M. and Quiel, S.E. (2006) “Mechanics of Wide-Flanged Steel Sections with Thermal Gradients Due to Fire Exposure,” Proceedings of 4th International Symposium on Steel Structures, Seoul, Korea, Nov 16-17, p 410 – 419.

25.  Garlock, M, Li, J., Blaisdell M.L. (2006). “Collector Beam Interaction with Steel Self-Centering Moment Frames”, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan, October 12-13 (paper # 68).

24.  Dobossy, M, Garlock, M., and VanMarke, E. (2006). “Comparison of two self-centering steel moment frame modeling techniques: explicit gap models, and non-linear rotational spring models”, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan, October 12-13 (paper # 101).

23.  Dobossy, M, VanMarke E., and Garlock, M. (2006). “Reliability Assessment of Self-Centering Steel Moment Frame Systems”, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan, October 12-13 (paper # 102).

22.  Mac Namara, S.C., Garlock, M.M.; Billington, D.P. (2007). “Delamination and structural response of RC thin shell in nuclear shield buildings with unanticipated construction openings”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures, v 2, p 939-943.

21.  Garlock, M.E.M. and Quiel, S.E. (2006). “Combined Axial Load and Moment Capacity of Fire-Exposed Beam-Columns with Thermal Gradients,” 4th International Workshop for Structures in Fire, Proceedings, Aviero, Portugal, May 10-12, p 187 – 198.

20.  Quiel, S.E. and Garlock, M.E.M. (2006). “A Performance-based Design Approach for Steel Perimeter Columns Subject to Fire,” 4th International Workshop for Structures in Fire, Proceedings, Aveiro, Portugal, May 10-12, p 175 – 186.

19.  Garlock, M, Li, J., Blaisdell M.L. (2006). “Floor Diaphragm Interaction with Self-Centering Steel Moment Frames”, Proceedings of the 8th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (NCEE) San Francisco, CA.

18.  Garlock, M, and Li, J. (2005). “Floor Diaphragm Interaction with Self-Centering Steel Moment Resisting Frames”, US-Taiwan Workshop on Self-Centering Structural Systems, Taipei, June 6-7, p 34 – 35.

17.  Garlock, M. and Quiel, S.E. (2005). “The Behavior of Steel Perimeter Columns in a Fire.”  Proceedings of the ASCE Structures Congress, ASCE, New York, NY, p 1-14.

16.  Rojas, P., Garlock, M., Ricles, J., Sause, R. (2004). “Seismic Rehabilitation of Steel Moment Resisting Frames with Post-Tensioned Friction Damped Connections”, Proceeding of VII SNIS, Sociedad Mexicana de Ingenieria Sismica, Tlaxcala, Mexico.

15.  Garlock, M, Sause, R., and Ricles, J. (2004). “Design and Behavior of Post-Tensioned Steel Moment Frames”, 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, Canada (paper # 2560).

14.  Garlock, M, Ricles, J., and Sause, R. (2004). “Experimental Studies on Full-Scale Post-Tensioned Steel Moment Connections”, 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, Canada (paper # 2514).

13.  Billington, D., Garlock, M. (2004). “Thin Shell Concrete Structures: The Master Builders” Proceedings of the IASS Symposium, 21-24 September, Montpellier, France.

12.  Garlock, M., Draper, P., (2004) “The Response of Steel Perimeter Columns in A Fire”, Third International Workshop of Structures in Fire, Ottawa, Canada, May, p 157 – 168.

11.  Grivas, D.A., Garlock, M. (2003). “Sensing Systems for Bridges: An Assessment of the State of the Art”, New York City Bridge Conference, New York City, October, p 269 – 284.

10.  Garlock, M, Ricles, J., and Sause, R. (2003). “Experimental Studies on Full-Scale Post-Tensioned Seismic-Resistant Steel Moment Connections”, Proceedings, Steel Structures in Seismic Areas (STESSA), Naples, Italy, June, p 299 – 305.

9.    Rojas, P., Garlock, M., Ricles, J., Sause, R. (2003). “Seismic Response and Design of Post-Tensioned Steel Moment Resisting Frames,” in Proceedings of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas (STESSA), Naples, Italy, p 649 – 655.

8.    Garlock, M. M., Ricles, J. M., and Sause, R., (2002). “Experimental Studies on Full-Scale Post-Tensioned Seismic-Resistant Steel Moment Connections,” Proceeding of the 7th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (NCEE), Boston, MA.

7.    Rojas, P., Garlock, M., Ricles, J., Sause, R. (2002). “Reducing Seismic Damage In Steel Frames Using Post-Tensioning,” in Proceedings of the 7th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (NCEE), Boston, MA.

6.    Garlock, M. M., Ricles, J. M., Sause, R., Zhao, C., and Lu, L.-W. (2000). “Seismic Behavior of Post-Tensioned Steel Frames,” Third International Conference on the Behavior of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas, Montreal, Canada, p 593 – 599.

5.    Ricles, J. M., Sause, R., Garlock, M. M., Peng, S.W., and Lu, L.-W. (2000). “Experimental Studies on Post-Tensioned Seismic Resistant Connections for Steel Frames,” Third International Conference on the Behavior of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas, Montreal, p 231 – 238.

4.    Garlock, M. M., Ricles, J. M., Sause, R., Peng, S.W., Zhao, C., and Lu, L.-W. (1998). “Post-Tensioned Seismic Resistant Connections for Steel Frames,” Structural Stability Research Council Conference Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia

3.    Moreyra, M. and Pekoz, T. (1994). "Experiments on Lipped Channel Flexural Members," 12th Intl. Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures, p 41-56, St. Louis, Mo.

2.    Moreyra, M. and Pekoz, T. (1994). "Finite Element Studies on Lipped Channel Flexural Members," 12th Intl. Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures, p 57-74, St. Louis, Mo.

1.    Moreyra, M. and Pekoz, T. (1994). "A Design Procedure for Lipped Channel Flexural Members," 12th Intl. Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures, p 75-91, St. Louis, Mo.

Exhibitions

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Conquering the Sky (co-curated with Sigrid Adriaenssens and Branko Glisic).

Princeton-Fung Global Forum, Shanghai, January 2013.

The Golden Gate Bridge Outdoor Learning Exhibition (NSF sponsored Informal Science Education Program – co PI with Robert Reitherman of CUREE and Denis Mulligan of Golden Gate Bridge Highway Transportation District); Opening May 2012 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bridge.  Specific exhibitions:

·         1:80 scale (about 80 feet long) stainless steel replica of the bridge

·         Deck torsional resistance exhibition

·         Braille representation of bridge

Fazlur Khan: Structural Artist of Urban Building Forms (co-curated with Sigrid Adriaenssens). 

Princeton University Engineering Library (September 9, 2011 – present). 

Website: http://khan.princeton.edu/

Felix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist (co-curated with David Billington). 

Princeton University Art Museum (Oct. 11, 2008 – Feb, 22, 2009)

MIT Museum (Apr 2, 2009 – Sept 27, 2009)

Carnegie Museum of Art (Sept. 24, 2010 – Jan. 17, 2010).

Website: http://mcis2.princeton.edu/candela/main.html

Invited Talks and Presentations

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“Evaluating resilience in a multi-hazard context”, NEES/E-Defense 10thplanning meeting –December 10-13, 2013, Japan.

“Resilience-Based Evaluation of Steel Buildings under Fire”, Presented at the Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference, Northwestern University, IL, August 2013. (co-authored with Elhami Khorasani, and Gardoni, P.)

“Integrando ARTE y RIGOR en la enseñanza y aprendizaje de la ingeniería estructural” (translated – Integrating art and rigor in teaching and learning structural engineering), Keynote speaker, International Symposium on Teaching Structural Engineering, Valencia, June 2013 (in Spanish).

“Take Action, Achieve Your Dreams!” Inspirational Keynote Speaker at the HISPA Youth Conference, Princeton University, June 2013.

“Performance and Research Needs for Bridges Subject to Fire”, US-Japan Fire Research Workshop, July 2012 (presented by Venkatesh Kodur).

“The Pedagogical Value of Designing Exhibitions”, Public Works for Public Learning Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 2012.

“Félix Candela: Structural Artist”, Northwestern University, May 2012

“Félix Candela: Structural Artist”, ACI Convention, Dallas, March 2012

“Félix Candela: Artista de la Ingeniería Estructural”, Coloquio Felix Candela: vida, obra, llegado, UNAM, Mexico City, December 2011. (in Spanish)

“Félix Candela: Strength and Elegance in Structural Engineering”, RPI, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, November, 2011.

“Take Action, Achieve Your Dreams!” Inspirational Keynote Speaker at the HISPA Youth Conference, Princeton University, June 2011.

"Structural Engineering/Architecture/Fire Safety - How are people educated at Princeton?", The Lloyd’s Register / University of Edinburgh Global Technical Seminar in Fire Safety Engineering, June 2011

“Self-centering Seismic Steel Frames: The High Performance Option Coming to You Soon” NASCC Steel Conference, AISC, May 13, 14 2011, Pittsburgh. (with Constantin Christopoulos)

“Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Grupo Latino Americano de Mujeres de Princeton, May 2011.

“Fazlur Khan and Tall Buildings”, Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology, lecture in ART242, April 2011.

 “Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Rutgers University, March 2011.

“Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Dartmouth College, February 2011 & 2012

“Beauty and Truth in Structures”, Fritz Engineering Research Society (FERS) Banquet, Lehigh University, November 2010

“Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, ETH Zürich, November 2010.

"Arte Estructural en Ingeniería y Arquitectura", Round Table, Instituto de las Ciencias de la Construcción Eduardo Torroja, Madrid, Spain, November 2010.

Invited Round Table participant on the occasion of the centenary birth of Félix  Candela, organized by the Ministry of Culture through the Sociedad Estatal de Commemoraciones Culturales (SECC), Valencia, October 2010.

“Félix Candela: Strength and Elegance in Structural Engineering”, University of California Berkeley, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, October, 2010.

“Robust Fire Design: Steel Perimeter Columns and Connections”, Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONY), October 2010.

“The Art of Structure”, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, September 2010. (with David Billington)

“Resilient Fire Resistant Steel Design: Columns and Connections”, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH), Engineering Firm, Boston, June 2010

“Fazlur Khan and Tall Buildings”, Princeton University, Department of Art and Archaeology, lecture in ART242, April 2010.

“Resilient and Sustainable Structures:  Innovations and Inspiration”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, April 2010

“Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Princeton University Book Talk, Lewis Library, February 2010. (with David Billington)

“Resilient and Sustainable Earthquake Design”, IUSSTF-NSF Indo-US Workshop on Innovative Materials and Structural Systems for Resilient & Sustainable Built Infrastructure, December 13-15, 2009

“Teaching and Scholarship in CEE262”, Princeton Structural Engineering Alumni Association meeting, July 2009.

“Take Action, Achieve Your Dreams!” HISPA Youth Conference, Princeton University, June 2009.

“Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 2009. (with David Billington)

“Resilient Structures”, NEES-E-Defense Planning Meeting Phase 2, NSF, January 2009.

“The Making of Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Art Museum Freshman Seminar, December 2008. (with David Billington)

“The Making of Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, Art Museum Gallery Talk, December 2008. (with David Billington)

“Félix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist”, New Jersey Chapter of the American Concrete Institute, December 2008. (with David Billington)

“Candela and the Influence of Structural Artists”, Symposium on Félix Candela, Princeton University, October 2008.

“Factors to be Captured in Modeling the Behavior of Structural Fire Safety”, National Workshop on Structures in Fire: Research and Training Needs, June 2007.

“Mechanics of Wide-Flanged Steel Sections with Thermal Gradients Due to Fire Exposure”, 4th International Symposium on Steel Structures, November 2006.

“The Response of Steel Perimeter Columns in a Fire”, Building Fire Research Lab, NIST, February 2006

“The Response of Steel Perimeter Columns in a Fire”, Department of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego, November 2005

“Calculus in Earthquake Engineering”, Princeton University, School of Engineering and Applied Science, MAT104 lecture, November 2004 and October 2005.

“Félix Candela: Thin-shell Master Builder”, 2005 Summer Workshop and Symposium for Teaching and Scholarship in the Grand Tradition of Modern Engineering, Princeton University, August 2005.

“Seismic Resistant Damage-Free Steel Buildings”, Princeton University, School of Engineering and Applied Science, May 2005.

“Architecture and Technology: Concrete Futures”, A Symposium at Princeton University School of Architecture, October 2004 (invited panelist)

“Post-Tensioned Seismic-Resistant Steel Frames”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Texas Austin, September 2004

“Self-Centering Steel Moment-Resisting Frames”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, September 2004

“Self-Centering Steel Moment-Resisting Frames”, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, September 2004

“Structural Art”, Summer Symposia and Workshops for Teaching and Scholarship in the Grand Tradition of Modern Engineering, August 2004

“Post-Tensioned Seismic-Resistant Steel Frames”, Department of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego, January 2004

“Homeland Security Research Initiatives at Princeton University”, State of NJ Symposium on Homeland Security Research, Rutgers University, October 2003.

“Structures and the Urban Environment”, Symposium in Honor of David Billington, May 2003.

Fellowships, Awards, and Recognitions

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Selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering's 2013 Frontiers in Engineering Education Symposium (‘one of 73 of the nation's most innovative, young engineering educators to take part…)

President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching (2012) – given to four faculty for record of distinguished teaching at Princeton University

1st place poster in category of Steel Structures, Composite Structures and Connections in the 5th International Conference for Structures in Fire, East Lansing, MI, June, 2010 (Quiel, S., Garlock, M.E.M. “Stress-based Equations for Predicting the Buckling Capacity of Steel Plates Exposed to Fire”

Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching (2007)

Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching (2006)

Lawrence Keyes, Jr. /Emerson Electric Co. Faculty Advancement Award given by Princeton University (June 2006)

Bronze Award for the Advancement of Arc Welded Design, Engineering and Fabrication, given by The James Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation (2003)

Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Fellow (2003)

Lehigh University Milestone Fellowship (1998) – twelve months support, tuition and stipend.

General Electric Foundation Graduate Fellowship, Lehigh University (1997) – twelve months support (tuition and stipend) rewarding select individuals for their motivation and success.

John B. Carson Prize, Lehigh University (1991) – given to the senior civil engineer showing most marked excellence in professional courses.

Lehigh University Class of 1904 Scholarship Award (1991) – given to an outstanding member of the junior class on the basis of character, scholarship, qualifications indicating promise of future leadership, and extracurricular activities.

Roger Slutter Memorial Scholarship, Lehigh University (1991) – given to the highest ranking junior in Civil Engineering.

Conference/Workshop Organizer

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Workshop of the International Network for Structural Art, Princeton University, June 2012, co-chair with Eric Hines and Stephen Buonopane.

The Fazlur Rahman Khan Distinguished Lecture Series and Grand Opening of the exhibition “Fazlur Khan: Structural Artist of Urban Building Forms”, Sept. 9, 2010, co-organized with Sigrid Adriaenssens.

Workshop of the International Network for Structural Art, Princeton University, June 2011, co-chair with Sigrid Adriaenssens and David Billington.

Workshop on the Steps towards Implementation and Codification of Self-Centering Seismic Resistant Systems, University of Toronto, July 2010, Workshop Planning Committee

Vision 2020: An Open Space Technology (OST) Workshop on the Future of Earthquake Engineering, St. Louis, MO, January 2010, Workshop Planning Committee (Sponsored by the National Science Foundation)

Sixth International Conference on Steel Structures in Seismic Areas (STESSA), Philadelphia, PA, August 2009; Organizing Committee

Félix Candela: His influence for today and the future, October 11, 2008, Symposium co-chair with David Billington.

National Workshop on Structures in Fire: Research and Training Needs, June 2007, co-chair with Venkatesh Kodur (Michigan State University) and Nestor Iwankiw (Hughes Associates) (Sponsored by the National Science Foundation)

Professional Leadership and Other Activities

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Professional Leadership:

President – Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE) (Jan. 2012 – present)

Associate EditorJournal of Structural Engineering, ASCE (May 2011 – present)

Guest Co-EditorJournal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, “Special Issue: Commemorating 10 years of research since 9/11”

Executive Committee Member – Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE) (2010 – present)

Board of Directors – Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE) (2008 – present)

Univ. Representative – Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE) (2003 – present)

Chair – ASCE/SEI Committee on Fire Protection (Oct 1 2010 – present)

Reconnaissance team member – Team of 5, funded by NSF, traveled to Chile for a week to study the effects of combined earthquake and tsunami on structures (April 2010).

Other Professional Activities:

Invited Participant – Structural Fire Research Needs, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (September 2011)

Invited Participant – AISC Innovation in Structural Steel, American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) (December 2010)

Committee Member – ASCE/SEI Committee on Fire Protection (Fall 2007 – present)

Committee Member – ASCE/SEI Committee on Structural Members (formerly Compression and Flexural Members) (2004-present)

Invited Participant – Charting the Course: Steel Research on Earthquake Resistant Building Construction, American Institute of Steel Construction (October 2004)

Invited Participant – First Joint Planning Meeting for Second Phase of NEES/E-Defense Collaborative Research on Earthquake Engineering

Subcommittee Member – Attitudes for ASCE’s Body of Knowledge (2004-2005)

Journal ReviewerJournal of Structural Engineering, Engineering Structures, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Journal of Structural Fire Engineering, Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, and Journal of Engineering Mechanics

Proposal Reviewer – National Science Foundation, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Member – American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE)

Member – Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)

Member – International Association of Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS)

Teaching Experience

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Lecture Classes:

CEE366 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures – Spr 03, Spr 04, Spr 06, Spr 07

CEE262A Structures and the Urban Environment (co-taught with David Billington) – every year Spr 03 to present

CEE262B Structures and the Urban Environment (co-taught with David Billington) – every year Spr 03 to present

CEE567 Adv Design & Behavior of Steel Structures – Fall 04, Fall 05, Fall 06, Spr 09, Fall 10

CEE568 Adv Design & Behavior of Concrete Structures – Fall 2011, Fall 2013

CEE540 Theory and Design of Plates and Shells (co-taught with David Billington) ) – Spr 07

CEE474: Special Topics in Civil and Environmental Engineering: Design of Steel Buildings – Fall 09

“Studio” Classes:

CEE473 A Social and Multi-dimensional Exploration of Structures  (co-taught with Sigrid Adriaenssens) – Fall 10

Independent Study Classes: (one student for each term indicated (Spring or Fall), unless otherwise noted)

CEE375/376: Independent Study[1] (undergraduate) – Spr 03, Spr 04, Fall 09

CEE507: Independent Study I (graduate) – Fall 05, Spr 09

CEE508: Independent Study II (graduate) – Spr 08 (two students), Spr 05

CEE509: Directed Research[2] (graduate) – Fall 03, Spr 04,Fall 04, Fall 05 (two students), Fall 06, Fall 08, Fall 09

CEE510: Research Seminar[3] (graduate) – Fall 04, Spr 05 (two students), Spr 06 (two students), Spr 08, Spr 09, Spr 10

Research Advising

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Post-doctorate Research Associates and Visitors:

Professor Ignacio Payá-Zaforteza

Escuela de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, SPAIN

(May 2009 – August 2010)

Doctoral Theses

Li, Jie (scheduled to be completed in 2012). “Analytical modeling and reliability analysis of seismic resistant self-centering moment resisting frame floor diaphragms”, Ph.D. dissertation presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Ashley Thrall (2011). “Design and Optimization of Linkage-Based Moveable Bridge Forms”, Ph.D. dissertation presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University. (co-advised with Sigrid Adriaenssens)

Serdar Selamet, (2011). “Behavior, Design and Finite Element Modeling of Shear Connections under Fire Hazard”, Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Herning, Gordana (2011). “Reliability-based evaluation of design and performance of steel self-centering moment resisting frames”, Ph.D. dissertation presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Quiel, Spencer (2009). “Behavior and Analysis of Fire-Exposed Steel Beam-Columns that Develop Thermal Gradients”, Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Draper, Powell (2008). “Building for the Future: Evaluating the Current Viability of Thin-shell Concrete Structures”, Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University (co-advised with David Billington)

MacNamara, Sinead (2006). “Structural Response of Nuclear Containment Shield Buildings with Unanticipated Construction Openings”, Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University (co-advised with David Billington)

 

Doctoral Committee

Mark Evan Dobossy, Princeton University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2004 - 2006).

Nima Rahbar, Princeton University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2005 - 2007).

Nicole Leo Braxton, Lehigh University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2007 -2010).

Ying-Cheng Lin, Lehigh University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2008-2012).

Tugce Akbas, Lehigh University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2013-present).

Dorotea Sigurdardottir, Princeton University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2013 - present).

Current Graduate Students at Princeton University CEE

Negar Elhami-Khorasani, Ph.D., Risk and Reliability Evaluation of Tall Steel Buildings subject to Multi-hazards, Class of 2015

Jonathan Glassman, Ph.D., Buckling of Webs in Deep Steel Bridge Girders Subject to Fire, Class of 2015

Samy Labouz (M.S.E) Class of 2014

 

Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) Theses

Alexander Salazar (2013)

Meggie Betancourt (2012) “R. Sundaram and Modern Thin Shell Concrete Structures”, A Master’s Thesis presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Morgan Neal (2011). “Evaluating Fire Following Blast in High-Rise Buildings Designed To Resist Progressive Collapse” A Master’s Thesis presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Dan Schiffner (2011). “Analysis of Collapsed Alabama Bridge due to Fire”, A Master’s Thesis presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Daly, Gavin (2010). “A Structural Study of a 1:75 Scale Model of TheGolden Gate Bridge”, A Master’s Thesis presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

Freidenberg, Aaron (2009).  “Comparison of Moment Framed Systems Using Incremental Dynamic Analyses”, A Master’s Thesis presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

O’Connell, David (2006). “Response Spectrum Analysis of Long Period Moment Resisting Frames”, A Masters Thesis presented to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.

 

Master of Engineering (MEng):

Patrick D’Ambrosio (2009)

 

Undergraduate Senior Theses, Princeton University

Chen, Stephanie (2012)“Structure and Aesthetics: A Comparison of Marine Midland and Two Shell Plaza”,

Lau, Michelle (2012)” A Seismic and Aesthetic Evaluation of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge”

Oresky, Michelle (2012)“Storing a Super Jumbo: A Study of Wide-Span Air Hangars”

Allgood, Devona (2012)“When It All Falls Down: A Failure Risk Analysis on Bridges in the United States (Using Three Case Studies)” (co-advise with Guy Nordenson)

Olofsson, Jon (2011)“Lateral Bracing of Fabric Roof Structures:The Collapse of the Dallas Cowboys’ Practice Facility” (co-advise with Richard Garlock)

Ritchie, Cameron (2011)“Efficiency of Steel Diagrid Structures: Redesigning the John Hancock Center” (co-advise with Richard Garlock)

Weigand, Tara (2011) – “Golden Gate Bridge Exhibition: Braille Model and Galvanic Corrosion Studies”

Everett, Marshall (2011) “The Story of the City-Cathedral Relationship in Amiens with a Structural Analysis” (co-advise with Esther da Costa Meyer)

Deir, Elisabeth (2011) – “Resisting the Forces of the Wind: The Golden Gate Bridge Torsion Exhibit (An interactive approach to demonstrating the stiffening effect of the 1954 lower lateral bracing retrofit)”

Plunkett, James William (2010). “Skeletons and Shells: Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela in the City of Arts and Sciences”

King, Cecily (2010). “Optimization and Structural Art” (co-advised with Jean Prevost)

English, Tess (2010). “The Aircraft’s Influence on Architecture: LeCorbusier, Eames, Foster” (co-advised with Guy Nordenson)

Lee, Janice (2009). “Eladio Dieste and Félix Candela: Similar Values, Different Approach to Thin Shell Design”

Black, Sylvester (2009). “Design of a 1:100 Scale Model of the Golden Gate Bridge”

Erwin, Benton (2009). “The Emergence of High Strength Concrete in the World’s Tallest Building”

Knezo, Stephen Alexander (2009). “Programmatic Structure: Design and Analysis of Inhabitable Trusses in a Lower Manhattan Transportation Hub”

Schiavello, Kira (2008). “A Parametric Study of the Multi-Span Cable- Stayed Bridge Form”

Ivanov, Plamen (2008). “Model Complexity in Computer Aided Seismic Analysis of Steel Moment-Resisting Frames” (co-advised with Jean Prevost)

Holzer, Christin (2007). “Optimization of Thin-Shelled Hypar Structures: Félix Candela and the Chapel Lomas de Cuernavaca” (co-advised with Jean Prevost)

Allaway, Betsy (2007). “Home Field Advantage: Design of a Princeton Club Sports Stadium”

Rimmele, Ryan (2007). “Comparison of Analysis Procedures for Progressive Collapse Mitigation”

Tipold, Jason (2007). “The Butler Apartments: Environmental Analysis and Subsequent Redesign”

Li, Richard (2007). “Butler College: Design and Life Cycle Assessment of Steel vs. Concrete Structural Framing”

Oswald, Erich (2006). “Straw Bale Construction: A Structural, Environmental, and Social Analysis”

Motal, Lindsay (2006). “Field of Dreams: Redesign of the Princeton Softball Fields”

Johnson, Jonathan (2006). “Learning from Disaster: Moment Resisting Frame Design after the Northridge and Hyogen-Nabu Earthquakes”

McGowan, Sean (2006). “Assessing and Improving the Effectiveness of Bamboo Reinforcement in Adobe Structures”

Whitaker, Kyle (2006). “The Louisiana Superdome: A Structural and Financial Analysis of one of Sport’s Most Influential Stadiums”

Rosenberg, Benjamin (2005). “The Stadiums of the Philadelphia Eagles: A Structural and Cultural History”

Glass, Gregory (2005). “Bridge Strengthening Methods and a Proposal for a Standard Texas Bridge”

Blaisdell, Mary Lisbeth (2004). “The Effects of Floor System Design on the Performance of a Post-Tensioned Steel Moment Resisting Frame”

Liu, Katy (2004). “Steel Structures in Fire: Basis for Testing and Design”

Lega, Gaby (2004). “Using sensor technology to Monitor New Methods of Bridge Design and Construction in New Jersey”

Grau, Elizabeth Ann (2003). “Design of an observation tower in Philadelphia”

 

Undergraduate Independent Research Work, Princeton University

Nathan Brown, Stephanie Chen, and Michelle Lau (2011). “Fabrication Drawings for a 1:80 scale stainless steel model of the Golden Gate Bridge”

Plunkett, James William (2009). “Connection Details for the Design of a 1:80 scale Model of the Golden Gate Bridge”

Glass, Gregory (2004). “Analysis and photoelastic model of the Walnut Lane prestressed beam”

Liu, Katy (2003). “Historical overview and current recommendations for enhancing the built environment for extreme events”

 

Princeton University Service

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Program Director – Architecture and Engineering Program, Princeton University (2009 – present)

Committee Member – Architecture and Engineering Program, Princeton University (2004 – present)

Academic Advisor – Students in the Architecture and Engineering Program (2004 – present): class of 06 – 3 students; class of 07 – 7 students; class of 08 – 4 students; class of 2009 – 6 students; class of 2010 – 7 students; class of 2011 – 5 students; class of 2012 – 8 students;

Executive Committee – Program in Urban Studies, Princeton University (2012 – present)

Associated Faculty – Center for Architecture, Urbanism, and Infrastructure, Princeton University (2012 – present)

Member – working group for the Princeton University Art Museum focused on building audiences for the future and making the visitor experience a transformative one (2013)

Member – Special Committee on Educational Access, Princeton University (2012 – 2013)

Member – Special Committee on Classroom Design, Princeton University (2012 – 2013)

Chair –Faculty search committee, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (2011-2012)

Interim Undergraduate Departmental Representative, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (AY 2008-2009)

Panel member – Panel discussion for incoming women interested in science, math or engineering, organized by the Council on Science and Technology (Sept. 2009, Sept. 2010)

Faculty Advisor – ASCE Student Chapter (2009 – present)

Panelist – Work and Life Balance, Women in Science and Engineering Conference at Princeton organized by Princeton’s GWISE (March 2008)

Member – Space Committee, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (2005 – present)

Member – Curriculum Committee, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (2005 – present)

Panel member – faculty panel for the Princeton Preview program (April 2010)

Participant/presenter  – Freshman open house, CEE, (2003 - present)

Member – Princeton University Public Lectures Committee (2007 - 2008)

Advisor – Freshman Class of 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013

Member – Executive Committee for Undergraduate Workshop of the SEAS Strategic Planning (2004)

Faculty Fellow – Wilson College (2004 – present)



[1] Independent Study in the student's area of interest. Typically taken Junior year.

[2] Under the direction of a faculty member, each student carries out research and presents the results.

[3] A continuation of CEE 509. Each student carries out research, writes a report and presents the research results. Doctoral candidates must complete this course one semester prior to taking the general examination.