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 a particular interest in the tunneling-induced structural damage, soil-structure interaction, aging infrastructure, masonry structures, and rocking structures.
Research Expertise and Interest
earthquake engineering, structural dynamics, infrastructure, soil/structure interaction, monitoring, heritage conservation, masonry structures