Introduction to the course Fundamentals of Seismic Analysis and Design

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  Dr. Junjie Huang earned his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 2003 and his master’s degree in Civil Engineering in 2006 both from Tongji University in China. He received his Ph.D. from Drexel University in the USA in 2011. He joined the School of Civil Engineering at Wuhan University in 2012 and is currently an Assistant Professor at the university. His principal research interests lie in earthquake engineering, engineering seismology, and computational mechanics. He has published multiple research works on these topics. He has garnered numerous awards including the prestigious Chutian Fellowship for Outstanding Young Researchers. He was also a member of many professional affiliations such as the Seismological Society of America, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the United States Association for Computational Mechanics, and the International Association for Computational Mechanics.


  This course covers the fundamental concepts, theories, principles, and methods utilized in the seismic analysis and design of structures. Accordingly, the topics in this course are organized into four parts: (1) Part I. Introduction to Seismology and Earth Structure; (2) Part II. Introduction to Soil Dynamics; (3) Part III. Introduction to Structural Dynamics; and (4) Part IV. Earthquake Response and Design of Multistory Buildings. This course is intended for advanced undergraduate students interested in the theories of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology and the applications of these theories to earthquake analysis, response, and design of structures.

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