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Structural Engineering, Bridge Engineering, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, Structural Control, Structural Health Monitoring

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Dr Yung-Tsang Chen is an Associate Professor in Civil Engineering at the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China. He received his Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of California, Davis in 2010 for a dissertation in “Performance of Structures with Supplemental Brace-Damper Systems.” He also holds M.S. and B.S. degrees in Civil Engineering from National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. He received Travel Awards by the US National Science Foundation and UC Davis, and was a recipient of the 2007 Summer Graduate Student Researcher Award by UC Davis. He also received the HKIE Outstanding Paper Award for Young Engineers/Researchers 2011 by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. His research interests include bridge engineering, earthquake engineering, and structural control. He has published in the journals of Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, Engineering Structures, and Journal of Bridge Engineering, ASCE.


Module Convenor

Autumn 2012 - Present

I have been the convenor for the following core modules of Civil Engineering.

∗H22SA2 Structural Analysis 2 (20 credits) 2017-2020
∗H23SCD Structural Concrete Design (20 credits) Autumn 2017-2019
∗H22NAS Nonlinear Analysis of Structures (10 credits) Spring 2013-2017
∗H22INS Indeterminate Structures (10 credits) Autumn 2012-2016
∗H23RCD Reinforced Structure Design (20 credits) Autumn 2013-3016
∗H22A12 Civil Engineering Design Project 2 (20 credits) 2012-2014
∗H23SM3 Concrete and Concrete Structures (20 credits) Spring 2014
∗H23S07 Steel Structures (10 credits) Autumn 2013

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