Prof. Kwong Co-Authors Two Conference Papers

POSTED ON: March 22, 2018


Professor Kwong has co-authored a paper titled "Target Spectra for Estimating Nonlinear Seismic Demands and Reducing Computational Effort" to be presented at the 16th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering to be held in Thessaloniki, Greece on June 18-21, 2018.  Read the abstract here.

He has also co-authored a paper titled "The CMS-UHS Composite Spectrum for Intensity-Based Assessments on Tall Buildings" to be presented at the 11th annual National Conference on Earthquake Engineering this June in Los Angeles, California. Read the abstract here.

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