Lecturer; Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 1987. Transportation Engineer for CALTRANS.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer, Ph.D., Earthquake Engineering, The University of Memphis, 2004 Senior Research Engineer, Earthquake Engineering, Nonlinear Response, Numerical Methods and Optimization
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — email@example.com
James C. Anderson
Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1969. Computer-aided design of structures, earthquake resistant design, nonlinear dynamic response analysis and testing of large scale structural components.
KAP 234B — (213) 740-8660 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Retired Faculty, Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley. Founding President and President Emeritus of the American University of Armenia.
Lecturer; M.S.C.E., California State Univ., Long Beach; Masters of Public Administration, California State Univ., Fullerton. Registered: Professional Civil Engineer and Professional Traffic Engineer, Professional Traffic Operations Engineer.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — email@example.com
Professor (and immediate past Chair), Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1984. Experimental and theoretical soil mechanics, numerical methods in geomechanics, and geotechnical engineering.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0609 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor; Doctor of Design, Harvard University, 2006. Innovative information technologies for construction engineering and management, building information management, sustainable construction projects, computer aided fabrication and construction
KAP 224C — (213) 740-4383— email@example.com
Professor of Engineering Practice; Ph.D., Stanford. Dr. Brandow is a specialist in both earthquake engineering and computer analysis and application of numerical methods to solutions of complex structural problems.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-1040 — firstname.lastname@example.org
John P. Caffrey
Research Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1987. Structural control, mechanical design and manufacturing, and experimental mechanics.
KAP 268 — (213) 740-3979 — email@example.com
George V. Chilingar, Retired
Professor; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1956. Environmental aspects of oil and gas production, petrophysical properties of rocks, drilling fluids, surface and subsurface operations in petroleum production, subsidence due to the fluid withdrawal, testing and storage of petroleum products.
KAP 224C — (213) 740-4383 — firstname.lastname@example.org
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 — email@example.com
Lecturer; Ph.D., University of Southern California
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — firstname.lastname@example.org
Architect. MSCE, USC. Founding chairman of AECOM Technology Corporation, a global company responsible for large-scale public works projects. Dorman is the only person to become both a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and an honorary member of the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE). He is also a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the winner of the ASCE Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Leadership. He is the inspiration for the Al Dorman Lectures Series hosted by the Department.
Lecturer; Ph.D., Information Technology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1977
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office —
David J. Gerber
USC School of Architecture
WAH 316 — (213) 740-2723 — email@example.com
Roger Ghanem - Gordon S. Marshall Professor of Engineering Technology
Professor; Ph.D., Rice University, 1989. Probabilistic modeling and computational stochastic mechanics, quantitative models for the propagation of uncertainty in physical systems and structural dynamics.
KAP 254C — (213) 740-9528 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer; M.S., University of Southern California. Professor Giorgio is an experienced project manager in the residential and commercial building industry.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — email@example.com
Marc S. Glasser
Lecturer; BARCH, University of Southern California, 1971; MBA, UCLA, 1979. construction management, pre-development services, planning, scheduling and project control in a variety of commercial projects (office, retail, healthcare, industrial) and public works projects (schools, university, court houses, correctional facilities, aviation, and utility).
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer; Ph.D., University of Southern California. Earthquake engineering, structural dynamics.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — email@example.com
Lecturer in Policy, Planning, and Development
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office —
Erik A. Johnson
Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, 1997. Structural control, structural dynamics, system identification, and computational stochastic dynamics, semi-active damping strategies for structural systems, evolutionary algorithms for efficient simulation of stochastic dynamical systems.
KAP 206B — (213) 740-0610 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer; M.E., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997. Mr. Kim specializes in soil mechanics, forensic investigations, and geotechnical earthquake engineering.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — email@example.com
Henry M. Koffman, P.E.
Professor of Engineering Practice, M.S. Stanford University, 1962. Director, Construction Management program; Registered Civil Engineer and Licensed Building Contractor.
KAP 222 — (213) 740-0556 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Assistant Professor; D. Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1988. Construction productivity and quality, lean production, computer applications in construction, automated systems, process modeling, program management training, organizational development and human factors in construction.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — email@example.com
Professor; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1970. Director, USC Foundation for Cross-Connection Control and Hydraulic Research. Hydraulics, water resources engineering and coastal engineering.
KAP 200 — (213) 740-7865 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Hanh Dam Le-Griffin
Research Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Gifu University, Japan, 1995. Transportation engineering analysis, transportation modeling and application of GIS and TranCAD, cost-benefit analysis, freight logistics, Asia-Pacific Issues, port system optimization, public and private financing for marine port development, port capacities and performance characteristics.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — email@example.com
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Cornell University, 2002. Numerical and physical modeling of coastal processes; wind wave evolution from deep to shallow water; sediment transport in the coastal zone; wave interaction with permeable structures such as breakwaters; internal waves; wave energy.
KAP 224D - (213) 740-3133 fax - (213) 744-1426 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1983. Risk reduction of civil infrastructure systems; safety, reliability, and efficiency of complex, large-scale technological systems; environmentally sustainable development.
KAP 238 — (213) 740-8765 — email@example.com
James E. Moore, II
Professor; Ph.D., Stanford University, 1986. Managing seismic risks associated with transportation networks, transportation systems analysis, discrete facility location, local area traffic control, and optimal control of congestible transportation networks.
GER 201 — (213) 740-0595 — firstname.lastname@example.org
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — email@example.com
Ali R. Nowroozi (also lectures in the Epstein Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering)
Lecturer — firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer; B.S., Cal State Long Beach, 1970. Engineering and construction in the US and overseas, marine terminals, power plants, refineries, nuclear facilities, pipelines, infrastructure, including classified projects with the USAF.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — email@example.com
Professor; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1980. Treatment and removal of hazardous chemicals, mathematical modeling of biophysicochemical processes in water and wastewater treatment, and the development of biotechnology for pollution remediation.
KAP 260 — (213) 740-0592 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Northwestern University, 2000. Strain localization, experimental imaging, constitutive behavior of soils, particulate mechanics, probabilistic methods in geotechnical engineering, characterization of soil heterogeneity.
KAP 230C — (213) 740-3615 — email@example.com
Alex Sandu, P.E.
Lecturer; Ph.D., Univ. of Civil Engineering of Bucharist, Romania, 1998
Civil Engineer, Water Resources and Water Treatment
Project Management, Water Resources and Environment, Stormwater Quality, TMDL compliance, BMP design and implementation, WTP design, Construction management, pilot plant design. Project experience with state, municipal utilities and private clients.
Constantinos Sioutas — Fred Champion Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Professor; Doctor of Science, Harvard, 1994. Developing technologies for measuring the physicochemical characteristics of air pollutants, determining their toxic properties, and developing novel technologies for reducing the emissions of air pollutants.
KAP 216C — (213) 740-6134 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor and Chair; Ph.D., Massachusetts institute of Technology, 1998. Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery, Image Reasoning, Text Mining, Machine Learning, Multi-reasoning Mechanisms, sensors, sensor networks, and advanced infrastructure systems.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 — email@example.com
Lecturer; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2003.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor; California Institute of Technology, 1985
Prediction of tsunami inundation and other co-seismic hazards, breaking waves, wave runup, hydrodynamic pressures on dams and two-phase flow.
KAP 206C— (213) 740-0613 — email@example.com
James Tkach, P.E.
Lecturer; M. Eng., Construction Engineering, University of California, Berkeley. Project manager, currently specializing in structural cast-in-place concrete.
KAP 210 — (213) 740-0603 main office — (213) 740-0567 lecturer office — firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria I. Todorovska
Research Adjunct Professor; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1988. Earthquake engineering, applied mechanics, engineering seismology, soil-structure interaction, nonlinear soil-structure systems, passive isolation of structural vibrations, control of structural response, probabilistic assessment of losses from earthquakes, seismic hazard analysis, and strong ground motion.
KAP 216A — (213) 740-0616 — email@example.com
Mihailo D. Trifunac
Professor; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1969. Strong motion seismology, earthquake engineering, structural dynamics, wave propagation, random vibrations and instrumentation and measurement.
KAP 216D — (213) 740-0570 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Firdaus E. Udwadia
Professor; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1972. Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Eng. Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Information and Operations Management. Research Interests are in dynamics and control, mechanics and mathematics, collaborative engineering, engineering management, structural dynamics, system identification.
430K OHE — (213) 740-0495 — email@example.com
L. Carter Wellford
Professor; Ph.D., University of Alabama, Huntsville, 1975. Numerical methods in engineering, finite element methods for linear and nonlinear structural analysis.
KAP 234C — (213) 740-0607 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Hung Leung "Doc" Wong
Professor; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1975. Numerical methods in engineering, wave propagation in solids and soil-structure interaction.
KAP 216B — (213) 740-0574 — email@example.com
Professor; Ph.D., Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan), 1989. Reinforced and pre-stressed concrete, steel structures, composite or hybrid structures, earthquake-resistant design and properties of structural materials.
KAP 224B — (213) 740-6130 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Dongxiao "Don" Zhang
Research Professor (2011- ); Professor (2007-2011); Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1993 Stochastic uncertainty quantification for hydrology and petroleum reservoir simulations; multiscale modeling and simulation of flow in porous media; geological sequestration of carbon dioxide.
KAP 238A — (213) 740-0567 — email@example.com