Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
550 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2051
offices: CIVL 4117 / BOWN 1022
phone: +1 765-49-68270
Large-scale structural analysis and simulation
A high-quality physically-accurate visualization of the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center with P Rosen, V Popescu, and C Hoffmann. Technical Report CSD TR#07-007, March 2007. Accompanying video [big file! 122 MB]; visit the WTC-1 simulation Phase IV website for some amazing rendered images. A faster-loading version of the video is available [9MB] locally or on YouTube. Read Newspiece #1 and #2 about the work. Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Project website is at Purdue 9/11/01 studies. [06/2007]
CE 297: Statics
CE 371: Structural Analysis I (not updated anymore)
CE 474: Structural Analysis II (not updated anymore)
CE 497: Earthquake Engineering/Istanbul at the Threshold (2008) and Eq Eng/Christchurch, New Zealand (2014)
CE 571: Earthquake Engineering
CE 573: Structural Dynamics (not updated anymore)
CE 691S: Structures Seminars
Publications, talks, earthquake reconnaissance (with links to data)
School Related Useful Links
Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs at Purdue University
Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Organization at Purdue University
BURURU structural dynamics demonstrations from Prof. Fukuwa's Laboratory at Nagoya University.
IAESTE - the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience.
PocketStatics by Mahmoud M Hachem. A very handy analysis program. Try it.
Scale - do you have a good sense of scale of things in this Universe?
Last partial update: May 2019