Hemanth Siriki

Hemanth Siriki joined AIR’s Research Department as an Engineer in 2015. Previously, Hemanth worked as a Summer Intern for M/s M.N. Dastur & Company (P) Limited, Consulting Engineers. Hemanth has worked in an Earthquake Engineering Simulation Group where he developed a framework and wrote a code to characterize stochastic seismic source models of a high magnitude earthquakes for strike-slip faults. Hemanth earned his Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, and both his Master of Science Degree and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from California Institute of Technology.

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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

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