Research Expertise and Interest
earthquake engineering, structural dynamics, infrastructure, soil/structure interaction, monitoring, heritage conservation, masonry structures
Matthew DeJong is an Associate Professor and the Ray & Shirley Clough Presidential Chair in Structural Engineering. His research is primarily on earthquake engineering, structural dynamics and monitoring and modelling of civil infrastructure. Within these fields, he has particularly interested in aging infrastructure, renewable energy infrastructure, tunneling-induced structural damage, masonry structures, and rocking structures.