CEE Assistant Professor Andrew Myers was received a $500K NSF CAREER award for his project entitled "Advancing Multi-hazard Assessment and Risk-based Design for Offshore Wind Energy Technology."
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- Ph.D., Structural Engineering and Geomechanics, Stanford University, 2009
- B.S., Civil Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 2004
- 2013 CEE Excellence in Teaching Award
- 2007 NSF East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute Fellowship
- American Institute of Steel Construction
- American Society of Civil Engineers
- Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
- Structural Engineers Association of Northern California
- V. Valamanesh, A.T. Myers. "Aerodynamic Damping and the Seismic Response of Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Towers", Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, 2014
- A. Myers, A., Kanvinde, G. Deierlein, J. Baker. "Probabilistic Formulation of the Cyclic Void Growth Model to Predict Ultralow Cycle Fatigue in Structural Steel", Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 140 (6), 2014, 04014028
- Myers, A.T., Kanvinde, A.M., and Deierlein, G.G. (2010). "Calibration of the Stress Modified Critical Strain (SMCS) Criterion to Predict Fracture in Structural Details: Specimen Size Dependence and Parameter Assessment," Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE, 136(11), 1401-1410.
- Myers, A. T., Kanvinde, A. M., Deierlein, G. G., and Fell, B. V. (2009). "Effect of Weld Details on the Ductility of Steel Column Baseplate Connections," Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Elsevier, 65(6), 1366-1373.
- Fell, B. V., Kanvinde, A.M., Deierlein, G.G. and Myers, A.T. (2009). "Experimental Investigation of Inelastic Cyclic Buckling and Fracture of Steel Braces, " Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, 135(1), 19-32.
Andrew Myers is an Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northeastern University and a registered professional engineer in the state of California. Prior to joining Northeastern, Andrew worked for two years at AIR Worldwide in San Francisco, where he consulted on site-specific natural catastrophe risk assessments.
He received his M.S. (2006) and Ph.D. (2009) at Stanford University and his B.S. (2004) from Johns Hopkins University; all three degrees are in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a focus on Structural Engineering. His interests include multi-scale experimental testing of structures, computational mechanics-based simulation, probabilistic modeling of structural and natural systems, home renovations and CrossFit.
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CEE Assistant Professor Andrew Myers discusses the sustainability of offshore wind farms, with the first wind platform in the U.S. being installed off the coast of Block Island last month.
NUASCE Steel Bridge Team, led by captain Christine Lai, placed second in minimizing deflections at the 2015 New England Steel Bridge Competition.