Sarah Bobby

Sarah Bobby joined AIR in 2015 and is a Senior Engineer in our Research Department. Sarah earned her Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame, where her research focused on the creation of an in-house probabilistic risk assessment and optimization methodology geared toward the design of structures under wind and seismic hazards. Additionally, Sarah earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.

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Following are some recent blogs:

How the Sand Palace Survived Hurricane Michael

How the Sand Palace Survived Hurricane Michael

November 29, 2018
What to Expect of Building Performance During Hurricane Michael

What to Expect of Building Performance During Hurricane Michael

October 11, 2018
Which Hurricane State’s Best with Building Codes? One Guess!

Which Hurricane State’s Best with Building Codes? One Guess!

April 19, 2018
Notes from the AIR Damage Survey Team: Houston, TX

Notes from the AIR Damage Survey Team: Houston, TX

September 11, 2017
Notes from the AIR Damage Survey Team: Rockport, TX

Notes from the AIR Damage Survey Team: Rockport, TX

September 7, 2017
Making the Most of a Wind Engineering Conference

Making the Most of a Wind Engineering Conference

July 20, 2017
Learning from Damage Caused by Hurricane Matthew

Learning from Damage Caused by Hurricane Matthew

November 10, 2016

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