Arash Nasseri, Ph.D.

Dr. Arash Nasseri is a Senior Engineer, Manager in the Earthquake group of AIR's Research and Modeling division. He has been involved in developing and updating AIR's earthquake vulnerability model for Europe, Australia, Japan, Canada and South America. He holds a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, an M.Sc. in Earthquake Engineering from Amirkabir University in Tehran, Iran, and a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Tehran. Prior to joining AIR, Arash conducted research on the application of earthquake recordings for use in seismic performance assessment and gained extensive experience in designing residential and industrial structures.

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Following are some recent blogs:

Will One-Tenth of San Francisco's Tall Buildings Topple in the Big One?

Will One-Tenth of San Francisco's Tall Buildings Topple in the Big One?

February 28, 2019
The Earthquake Safety of Pre-Northridge Welded Steel Moment-Frame Buildings

The Earthquake Safety of Pre-Northridge Welded Steel Moment-Frame Buildings

October 1, 2018
Will San Francisco's Tall Buildings Be Safe in Earthquakes?

Will San Francisco's Tall Buildings Be Safe in Earthquakes?

September 17, 2018
3,000 Reasons to Retrofit Earthquake Mitigation Measures in California

3,000 Reasons to Retrofit Earthquake Mitigation Measures in California

March 7, 2014

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