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Trevor Hrynyk – ASCE Raymond C. Reese Research Prize

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Mar. 27, 2018

Assistant Professor Trevor Hrynyk was recently selected to receive the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Raymond C. Reese Research Prize in recognition of outstanding contributions to the application of structural engineering research.

His paper, “Modeling of Steel-Concrete Composite Elements under In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Loads,” was awarded for applying fundamental research to design practice.

Hrynyk’s research focuses on modeling procedures for the design and assessment of reinforced concrete structures; computational modeling of reinforced concrete structures subjected to blast and impact; behavior and modeling of fiber-reinforced concrete structures; behavior and modeling of steel-concrete composite structures.

He will receive the award during the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE Structures Congress in April 2018.