The Catastrophe Modeling Center at Lehigh University is seeking to fill a position for a Research Scientist in the general fields of Catastrophe Modeling and Resilience. The research scientist will join the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science at Lehigh and will report to Dr. Paolo Bocchini. The Research Scientist will join the […]
A Sharper Focus on Catastrophe Modeling
Paolo Bocchini, Daniel Conus, Brian Davison and their colleagues leverage their collaborative experience in probabilistic modeling to sharpen their focus on catastrophe modeling, a discipline not traditionally explored in academia.
Dr. Haifeng Wang joined our team
Dr. Haifeng Wang joined the team as Postdoc Research Associate. Welcome! Dr. Wang will be one of the team member working on project related to Disaster resilience of coastal communities. Read more about Dr. Wang’s research.
Ph.D. Thesis defense: Liyang Ma.
Ph.D. Thesis defense: Liyang Ma.Congratulations! Liyang Ma successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis entitled “Multi-Scale Methodologies for Probabilistic Assessment of Structural and Functional Performance of Power Transmission Systems under Hurricanes”.
A fruit-eating mammal with an average wingspan of 3 feet could hold the answer to where the next Ebola outbreak will occur. Two Lehigh University professors are among a growing number of researchers investigating the role of African bats in the spread of the highly fatal virus.