What is StoStruct mission?
To Connect, Share and Inform.
In the last decade, our understanding of the complex physical system and natural hazards has grown substantially. Modern structural engineering connects new performative concepts in designing and assessing the built environment to ensure that the final product meets different stakeholders’ expectations. These structures need to withstand and function under a wide array of uncertain hazards, where the interaction of these hazards and building component shape their global performance.
StoStruct is a research group dedicated to improving the built environment resilience against natural hazard and evolving environmental conditions. If you are interested in research collaboration & content co-creation, please reach out to me here.
- 3/24/2022: Dr. Esteghamati will join the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering as an Assistant Professor starting Fall 2022.
- 3/4/2022: Dr. Esteghamati is serving as a guest editor for a special issue on “AI in geotechnical and structural earthquake engineering” in the journal of “Frontiers in Built Environment”. More information can be found here: [Link]