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Mohammad Jahanshahi receives Kobori Prize

Mohammad Jahanshahi, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, was awarded the 2017 Kobori Prize recognizing the best paper published in Structural Control and Health Monitoring (SCHM).

Mohammad Jahanshahi, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, was awarded the 2017 Kobori Prize for his paper titled, "Color and depth data fusion using an RGB-D sensor for inexpensive and contactless dynamic displacement-field measurement," co-authored by Yulu Luke Chen, Mohamed Abdelbarr, and Sami F. Masri.

The Kobori Prize is awarded to a paper that is judged to be the best among all the papers published in Structural Control and Health Monitoring (SCHM), the official journal of the International Association for Structural Control and Monitoring (IASCM). This is the highest award accorded by SCHM and IASCM. The prize is awarded annually, to the authors of the best paper published in the SCHM, in the preceding year. This year's prize was presented at the 7th World Conference on Structural Control and Monitor (7WCSCM) conference in July in Qingdao, China.

Kobori Prize acceptance
Mohammad Jahanshahi, pictured second from left