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Assistant Professor of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
Engineering Hall 209
(414) 288-5205
ting.lin@marquette.edu
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Research Interests

  • Hazard, risk and uncertainty
  • Earthquake ground motions
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Interface between engineering and earth sciences
  • Performance-based engineering

Professional Preparation

Postdoctoral Fellow, 2013, John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center, Stanford University

Ph.D., 2012, Structural Engineering, Stanford University

M.S., 2008, Structural Engineering, Stanford University

B.S. (Hons.), 2006, Civil Engineering Major & Architecture Concentration, Cornell University

Selected Recent Publications

Burton, H., Deierlein, G. G., Lallemant, D., Lin, T. (2015). Framework for Incorporating Probabilistic Building Performance in the Assessment of Community Seismic Resilience. Journal of Structural Engineering, C4015007.

Lin, T. (2014). Rupture to Rafters to Response: Completing the Loop of Earthquake Science, Engineering and Policy. Seismological Research Letters, 85 (2), 473.

Lin, T., Harmsen, S. C., Baker, J. W., and Luco, N. (2013). "Conditional Spectrum computation incorporating multiple causal earthquakes and ground motion prediction models." Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 103(2A), 1103–1116. doi:10.1785/0120110293.

Lin, T., Haselton, C. B., and Baker, J. W. (2013). “Conditional-Spectrum-based ground motion selection. Part I: Hazard consistency for risk-based assessments.”Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, doi:10.1002/eqe.2301.

Lin, T., Haselton, C. B., and Baker, J. W. (2013). “Conditional-Spectrum-based ground motion selection. Part II: Intensity-based assessments and evaluation of alternative target spectra.” Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, doi:10.1002/eqe.2303.

Recent Grants

Deierlein, Gregory G. (Principal), Lin, Ting (Co-Principal), "Utilization and validation of CyberShake ground motions for the nonlinear performance-assessment of tall buildings," Sponsored by Southern California Earthquake Center, Federal. (February 1, 2015 - January 31, 2016).

Deierlein, Gregory G. (Principal), Lin, Ting (Co-Principal), "Use and Validation of Simulated Earthquakes for the Nonlinear Performance-Assessment of Tall Buildings Considering Spectral Shape and Duration," Sponsored by Southern California Earthquake Center, Federal. (February 1, 2014 - January 31, 2015).

Lin, Ting (Principal), "Visualizing Emergency Response Under Extreme Motions," Sponsored by Southern California Earthquake Center, Federal. (February 1, 2014 - January 31, 2015).

Co-PI. Validation of Earthquake Simulations and their Effects on Tall Buildings Considering Spectral Shape and Duration. Co-PI: Greg DeierleinSouthern California Earthquake Center (SCEC)Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (NSF XSEDE).

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Civil, Construction and Environmental

Civil and environmental engineers design and build the infrastructure of civilization: highway systems, airports, water treatment systems, waste treatment systems, buildings, bridges and cities themselves.

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Dean's office: (414) 288-6591
Prospective students: (414) 288-7302
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