|Name:||Dr. Inthuorn Sasanakul|
|College:||Engineering and Computing|
|Department:||Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Building:||300 Main Street Room C227|
|Research Interests:||geotechnical earthquake engineering; soil dynamic properties; advanced geotechnical laboratory testing and centrifuge modeling testing; soil-foundation-structure interaction; instrumentation; soil characterization, instrumentations, and behavior of soils; soil-structure systems that are subjected to earthquakes and other natural hazards; advance soil testing using resonant column and torsional shear devices, centrifuge modeling of mine tailings, New Orleans levees and T-walls system, underground tunnel, soil model characterization using bender element, CPT, and T bar, and contaminant migration through soil cement barriers|
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