Spring 2015, 2017, 2019
This course focuses on elementary structural dynamic analysis covering single-degree-of-freedom and multiple-degreeof-freedom systems. The goal of the course is to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of structural dynamics.
Fall 2015, 2017, 2019
This course focuses on basic theory and tools of structural reliability including theory of probability, statistical assessments as well as inference and model building. The goal of this course is to develop an understanding of the methods for assessing the safety of civil engineering projects.
Mechanics of Solids II
Spring 2016-2019 and Summer 2017-2018
This course focuses on flexural, shear, principal, and torsional stresses as well as displacements and instability. An introduction to statically indeterminate analysis is also included.
Advanced Structural Analysis
This course focuses on fundamental principles in structural analysis and the basic skills and tools to master structural analysis methods, such as the force method, the displacement method, and the stiffness matrix method.
Survey of Ocean Engineering
This special topics course focuses on various topics related to Applied Marine Physics.
Research in Design Colloquium
This course focuses on the application of research methods and procedures to design issues.
Introduction to Resilient Design
In this upper-level design studio course different design issues related to resiliency are studied.
Introduction to Innovation
In this course methods and tools that promote and nurture
student creativity, entrepreneurship, team-work, and skills for creating business plans that consider ethical, global and financial issues.
Special Topics: Eng. Informatics
This course focuses on fundamental topics in computing science that are expected to have an important impact on decisions related to computing during an engineering career.
Building Structures I
This course focuses on elementary structural analysis for architecture students covering statics, strength of materials and approximate methods of analysis, including historical examples.
ARC Summer Studio
Active Tensegrity Structures
This summer research fabrication studio in collaboration with Dr. Juhong Park from the School of Architecture focused on active tensegrity structures providing an opportunity to students to conduct evidence-based design and independent digital fabrication projects.