Anne Kiremidjian


Monday Afternoon, 10th July 2023 (subject to change)

Development of Statistics-based Damage Detection Algorithms for Structural Health Monitoring

Anne Kiremidjian is the C. L. Peck, Class of 1906 Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford where she teaches and conducts research on earthquake hazard and risk, and structural health monitoring for extreme events. Her research is published in more than 350 articles. She was the director of the John. A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center at Stanford and has served on numerous committees and boards. For her research Dr. Kiremidjian has been recognized with the Extraordinary Achievement Award in Loss Estimation from Applied Technology Council, the C. Martin Duke Award American Society of Civil Engineers, the John Fritz Medal from the American Association of Engineering Societies, the Lifetime Achievement Award in Structural Health Monitoring, and the Egleston Medal from Columbia University. She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and Honorary Member of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute.

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