TING LIN

Assistant Professor of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering
Texas Tech University

  Ting Lin

PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION

B.S. (Hons.) in Civil Engineering, Architecture (Conc.), Cornell University, 2006
M.S. in Structural Engineering, Stanford University, 2008
Ph. D. in Structural Engineering, Stanford University, 2012

CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (806) 834-5327
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RESEARCH AND EDUCATION INTERESTS

Performance-Based Engineering, Earthquake Science, Engineering, and Technology, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Multi-Hazards, Risk, and Uncertainty, Community Resilience

 


PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University. (September 2018 – Present).
Director, Multi-Hazard Sustainability Research Group (HazSus). (August 2013 – Present).
Assistant Professor, Marquette University. (August 2013 – August 2018).
Lecturer, Stanford University. (October 2012 - December 2012).
Consultant, National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) Consultants Joint Venture. (June 2011 - September 2011).
Delegate, United Nations Climate Change Conference, Worldwatch Institute. (December 2009).
Structural Engineering Intern, Leslie E. Robertson Associates. (July 2006 - August 2006).

SIGNIFICANT HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Science NextGen VOICES “Measures of Success” Essay Winner (2016)
  • Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) 2011 Outstanding Paper Award for Earthquake Spectra (2013)

SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES

  • The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Policy and Global Affairs (PGA) Planning Committee Member for Resilient Technology Workshop
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Board of Governors Level Task Committee Member on Confirmation & Update of Vision for the Future
  • Institutional Representative and Ground Motion Simulation Validation (GMSV) Technical Activity Group Member of the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC)
  • Computational tools of the Conditional Spectrum and Ground Motion Prediction Model Deaggregation implemented in the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hazard mapping interface and adopted by the Global Earthquake Model (GEM)
  • Findings on risk-based and intensity-based seismic assessments recommended as the Applied Technology Council (ATC-82) analysis guidelines (featured on NIST GCR 11-917-15 cover), the 2015 NEHRP provisions, and the ASCE 7-16 building codes