Structural health monitoring

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Professor Anthony Massari's research focuses on dense, seismic instrumentation in buildings and how the corresponding data is used to develop real-time information that is beneficial to end users (drift, performance criteria, etc.) for a single structure. In the future, this type of data can be combined from a multitude of structures to define characteristics of an entire cityscape.

His other research interests include: 

  • Tall Building Analysis, Performance and Design
  • Earthquake Engineering and Applications to Large Scale Systems
  • High Performance Structures and Materials
  • Resilient Infrastructure
  • Non‐Destructive Evaluation of Structures using Accelerometers
  • Smart City Networks for Rapid Emergency Response

Dr. Massari combines his experiences as both a researcher and a practicing senior engineer as an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering.

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