Student Research Accomplishments 

Submissions for the 2004-2005 SRA are currently being accepted until October 21st, 2005.  All SLC Members are welcome to submit a paper.  Papers will be reviewed by IAB members and entered into the 3rd SRA Student Paper Competition.

 Formatting guidelines for papers can be found here

Examples of paper submissions from past years can be found at:

http://mceer.buffalo.edu/publications/resaccom/default.asp


 

2003-2004
Editor: Amanda Bonneau, Ph.D. candidate, Cornell University

Thanks to all students who submitted papers to the 2003-2004 SRA.  Eleven papers were published in this year's SRA with topics ranging from traditional civil and lifeline engineering to applications of advanced technologies to social impacts and economic modeling, representative of MCEER's multi-disciplinary research.  The 2nd Annual SRA Student Paper Competition was won by Jeffrey W. Berman, Ph.D. Candidate, University at Buffalo, with his paper titled:  "Testing of a Laterally Stable Eccentrically Braced Frame for Steel Bridge Piers".  Honorable Mentions were awarded to Anita Jacobson, Ph.D. Student, Cornell University and Michael Astrella, Ph.D. Student, University at Buffalo.  All papers were reviewed by Industry Advisory Board Members.  Congratulations to all these students.

All SRA papers can be found in .pdf format at:

http://mceer.buffalo.edu/publications/resaccom/04-sp06/contents.asp

2002-2003
Editor: Ramiro Vargas, Ph.D. candidate, University at Buffalo

- A Students Only Publication

Annually since 2001, the SLC has compiled and put together its own research accomplishments volume, entitled Student Research Accomplishments, which  is similar to the Research Accomplishments to which the MCEER Principle Investigators contribute, and is published by MCEER.

The idea for the Student Research Accomplishments was conceived by the SLC and features short papers on the work of some of MCEER's current students, written completely by students. Topics range from traditional civil and lifeline engineering to applications of advanced technologies to social impacts and economic modeling.

Click on the images on the right for links to volumes of the previous Student Research Accomplishments.

2001-2002
Editor: Diego Lopez Garcia, Ph.D. candidate, University at Buffalo

2000-2001
Editor: Gauri-Shankar Guha, alumni, Pennsylvania State University