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Aase Reyes
Professor, Head of Research Group

Research interests: Metals; Aluminium; High-strength steel; Formability and fracture; Foam materials; Dynamic loading; Impact and blast loading; Machine learning; Digital twins

Gro Markeset
Professor

Research interests: Concrete structures; High Performance Concrete; Fiber reinforced concrete; Durability of concrete and Service life modeling; Residual service life of RC structures; Corrosion of RC structures; ASR of concrete

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Vagelis Plevris
Adjunct Professor

Research interests: Finite Element Method (FEM); Static and Dynamic Analysis of Structures with FEM; Earthquake Engineering; Optimum Design of Structures; Reliability and Probabilistic Analysis of Structures; Neural Networks and their Applications in Engineering

Jian Dai

Jian Dai
Associate Professor

Research interests: Structural dynamics; Large and very large floating structures; Hydrodynamic and hydroelastic performance of floating structures; Train-track dynamics; Liquid sloshing inside road/rail vehicles; Structural vibration under moving loads; Moving element method

Emrah Erduran
Associate Professor

Research interests: Concrete and steel structures under extreme dynamic loads; Structural dynamics; Nonlinear behavior of concrete; Linear and nonlinear response of structures to earthquake loads; Assessment of existing structures for earthquake safety; Performance based seismic design

Mahdi Kioumarsi
Associate Professor

Research interests: Analysis of RC and steel structures; Concrete technology; Corrosion in RC structures; Durability of concrete structures; Fiber reinforced concrete; Steel plate shear walls; Earthquake engineering

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Awais Ahmed
Associate Professor

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Postdoctoral Researchers

Email:

alejand@oslomet.no

Phone Number:

+47 67238838

Address:

Rebel Building, 7th floor, Universitetsgata 2, 0164 Oslo, Norway

Alejandro Jiménez Rios
MSCA Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Research Project: Digital Twin Anomaly Detection Decision-Making For Bridge Management

Research Interests: Conservation of existing built heritage through inspection, diagnosis, intervention design and monitoring of buildings and bridges with historical/cultural value; the study of vernacular and sustainable architecture; exploring the mechanical properties and structural behavior of masonry, earthen and bamboo structures through the application of non-destructive testing and advanced numerical simulations; as well as in the development and implementation of new technologies in the architecture, construction and engineering (AEC) industry such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, structural health monitoring and digital twins.

Supervisor: Vagelis Plevris

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Semih Gonen
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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PhD Candidates

Kultigin Demirlioglu
Thesis title: Damage Detection of Structural Systems Using Real-Time Monitoring and Artificial Intelligence
Supervisor: Emrah Erduran

Amirhosein Shabani
Thesis title: Vulnerability assessment of existing buildings and structures
Supervisor: Mahdi Kioumarsi

German Solorzano Ramirez

German Solorzano Ramirez
Thesis title: Modelling and simulation of concrete structures with neural networks
Supervisor: Vagelis Plevris

Samuel Ruiz Capel
Thesis title: Smart bulbous bow based on flexible materials
Supervisor: Aase Reyes

Research Interests: Marine Hydrodynamics, Hull Shape Optimization, Hydrodynamic Resistance of Ice-Going Vessels, Fluid-Structure Interaction

Sigbjørn Tveit
Thesis title: High-cycle fatigue failure of radically deep drawn marine grade aluminum for Floating Solar applications
Supervisor: Aase Reyes


Research Assistants


Associate members

Bjørn Täljsten, Professor

Daguang Han, Associate Professor

Dimitrios Kraniotis, Associate Professor

Erik Løhre Grimsmo, Associate Professor

Eivind Johnsen, Assistant Professor

Saja Al-Batat, Head Engineer

Leila Farahzadi, PhD Candidate