The University of Texas at Austin
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Department-GEO
301 E. Dean Keeton St. Stop C1792
Austin, TX 78712-1174
Area(s) of Expertise:
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, Civil Engineering, 1997
M.S., University of California at Berkeley, Civil Engineering, 1994
B.S., Cornell University, Civil Engineering, 1993
Earthquake engineering; seismic response of earth structures; solid-waste landfills; liquefaction evaluation
Rathje, E.M., and Saygili, G. 2009. "Probabilistic Assessment of Earthquake-Induced Sliding Displacements of Natural Slopes," Bulletin of the New Zealand Society of Earthquake Engineering, 42, 18-27.
Cox, B.R., Stokoe, K.H., and Rathje, E.M. 2009. "An In-Situ Test Method for Evaluating the Coupled Pore Pressure Generation and Nonlinear Shear Modulus Behavior of Liquefiable Soils," ASTM Geotechnical Testing Journal, 32(1), 11-21.
Kottke, A. and Rathje, E.M. 2008. "A Semi-Automated Procedure for Selection and Scaling of Recorded Earthquake Motions for Dynamic Analysis," Earthquake Spectra, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 24(4), 911-932
Rathje, E.M., and Adams, B.J. 2008. "The Role of Remote Sensing in Earthquake Science and Engineering: Opportunities and Challenges," Earthquake Spectra, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 24(2), 471-492.
Rathje, E.M., Kayen, R., and Woo, K.-S. 2006. "Remote Sensing Observations of Landslides and Ground Deformation from the 2004 Niigata Ken Chuetsu Earthquake," Soils and Foundations, Japanese Geotechnical Society, 46(6), pp. 831-842.