Ehsan Kianirad

Ehsan Kianirad Ehsan Kianirad joined AIR in 2014 and is a Senior Engineer with the Earthquake Engineering group in the Research and Modeling Department. He has worked on the earthquake models for South East Asia, India, the United States, New Zealand, and Caribbean, among other projects. Ehsan has earned his Ph.D. from Northeastern University and his M.Sc from the University of Tehran. He currently serves as president-elect of the New England Chapter of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI).

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Following are some recent blogs:

Why Did an M7.0 Earthquake Close to Anchorage Cause Little Damage?

Why Did an M7.0 Earthquake Close to Anchorage Cause Little Damage?

December 13, 2018
Leveraging Catastrophe Models for Effective Resilience Planning

Leveraging Catastrophe Models for Effective Resilience Planning

August 9, 2018

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