Author Archives: Milad Roohi
7/2019 – I successfully defended my Ph.D. dissertation on “Performance-Based Seismic Monitoring of Instrumented Buildings”
7/2018 – I presented my research at the Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference, organized by MIT.
4/2018 – I presented our poster at the UVM Graduate Students Conference.
4/2018 – I delivered an invited talk on “Post-Earthquake Assessment of Minimally Instrumented Buildings – Application to NEESWood Capstone Tests” at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University.
2/2018 – Research meeting with Professor Eric M. Hernandez and Professor John van de Lindt at the University of Vermont.
7/2017 – Visit to the NEHRI full-scale shake table tests at the NEES@UCSD Shake Table
I had a visit to the NEHRI “full-scale shake table test of a two-story mass-timber building with resilient rocking walls” at the NEES@UCSD Shake Table, the world’s largest outdoor shake table and also the largest shake table in the US.
7/2017 – I attended and presented our paper at EVACES2017
I presented our paper tittle “Element-by-Element Demand-to-Capacity Ratio Estimation from SMRF Building Seismic Records” at the 7th International Conference on Experimental Vibration Analysis for Civil Engineering Structures, organized by the Department of Structural Engineering of the University of California, San Diego.