Postdoctoral Research Associate
Structural Extreme Event
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
University of Notre Dame, IN 56556
Research page: https://www.msalammo.com
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I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences, University of Notre Dame. My research focuses on performance-based design and assessment of infrastructures at individual scale as well as community scale subjected to extreme natural hazards such as earthquake, tsunami, and hurricane wave and surge.
An updated CV is available for download here: January, 2022
Following is a list of my research expertise and interests:
Multi-hazard reliability and risk-based resilience assessment of coastal communities.
Performance-based earthquake/tsunami engineering.
Development and testing of structural systems under tsunami and hurricane wave and surge loading.
Development, calibration, verification and validation (V&V) of infrastructure fragility and vulnerability models.
Development of GIS-based tools for lifeline damage and recovery modeling.
High-performance and high-throughput computing.
01/21/2022: Mohammad Alam led the StEER Event Briefing for the 14-15 January Tonga Volcanic Eruption and Tsunami .
12/29/2021: StEER released joint PVRR-EARR for the 10 December Tornado Outbreak.
12/13/2021: Mohammad Alam participated in the StEER Field Assessment Structural Team (FAST) deployed in response to the 10 December 2021 Midwest Tornado Outbreak in Mayfield, Kentucky.
StEER Field Assessment Structural Team (FAST) deployed for the 10 December 2021 Midwest Tornado Outbreak