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Poster Reception

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Wednesday, August 7th, 2013
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Ballrooms B and C

Poster Title Presenter
Experimental Studies on the Inelastic Behavior of Deep Steel Columns Subjected to Large Deformation Demands and High Axial Load Shokoufeh Zargar Shoushtari
University of New Hampshire
Probabilistic Reliability Assessment of Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Results Jose Valdovinos
San Francisco State University
Demand Analysis on Adaptive Compensation Convergence for Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Frank Sanchez
San Francisco State University
Response of a Full-Scale Seismic Isolated Building During a Shaking Table Test at E-Defense Camila Coria
University of Nevada, Reno
Experimental Evaluation of a Steel Moment Frame Building through Collapse via Hybrid Simulation Maikol Del Carpio Ramos
University at Buffalo
Seismic Monitoring and Analysis of the Christchurch Women's Hospital Henri Gavin
Duke University
Experimental Study of Target Demands to Minimize Seismic Induced Content Disruption Jean Guzman Pujols
University of Nevada, Reno
Collapse Simulation of Multi-Story Buildings through Hybrid Testing with Substructuring Technique M. Javad Hashemi
Stanford University
"Nearly Damage-Free DBE" Light-Framed Residential Structures via a Low-Cost Sliding Isolation System: Analysis and Testing Ezra Jampole
Stanford University
Deploying Wireless Sensors on NEESR Structures - Testing and Validation Konstantinos Balafas
Stanford University
Numerical and Experimental Studies on the Global Response of a Full-scale, Five-story Base Isolated Building under Earthquake Shaking Paula Rolim
Howard University
Seismic Performance of a Roof Cooling Tower and its Seismic Protective System Taylor Valencia
Howard University
Seismic Performance of Reinforced Concrete Structures Fitted with Shape Memory Alloys as Structural Recentering Devices Winsbert Charles
Howard University
Seismic Performance of Curved Steel Plate Girder Highway Bridge with Seismic Isolation and Hybrid Protective Systems Eric Monzon
University of Nevada, Reno
Shake Table Testing of Rocking Precast Concrete Walls Maryam Nazari
Iowa State University
Seismic Performance Evaluation and Fragility Analysis of Propped Rocking Wall Systems Afsoon Nicknam
University at Buffalo
Wind, Thermal, and Earthquake Monitoring of the Watts Towers: Preliminary Results Robert Nigbor
University of California, Los Angeles
NEES Curation Requirements - An Overview Cheng Song
Purdue University
Publication of Research Data in NEEShub Stanislav Pejša
Purdue University
Seismic Design of Steel Buildings with Supplemental Dampers using a Simplified Design Procedure Felipe Perez
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Assessment of Foundation Rocking Behavior in Reducing the Seismic Demand on Horizontally Curved Bridges Ahmad Saad
University of Nevada, Reno
Experimental validation of seismic performance enhancement techniques for steel building beam-column connections Doug Schweizer
North Carolina State University
Cyclic Performance of Steel Moment Frames with Weak Panel Zones Sungyeob Shin
University of Texas at Austin
Nonlinear Model Updating For A Reinforced Concrete Shear Wall Wei Song
The University of Alabama
Seismic Design of Concrete Filled Tube Bridge Pier Connections for Accelerated Bridge Construction Max Stephens
University of Washington
Development of Visual Learning Modules for Undergraduate Education Lelli Van Den Einde
University of California, San Diego
A mechanistic model for simulating the critical load behavior of elastomeric seismic isolation bearings Gordon Warn
Penn State University
Seismic Performance of Bridges Considering Structure-Vehicle Interaction Hartanto Wibowo
University of Nevada, Reno
Shake Table Evaluation of Bridge-Abutment Pounding in Horizontally Curved Bridges Joseph Wieser
University of Nevada, Reno