Domniki Asimaki

Domniki Asimaki
Professor
Geotechnical Engineering

Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S. National Technical University of Athens

Professor Asimaki's research combines geotechnical engineering, computational mechanics and structural dynamics to study natural ground surface features and man-made geotechnical systems --such as ridges, valleys, dams, tunnels, building foundations and offshore structures.

George Mylonakis

George Mylonakis
Adjunct Professor
Geotechnical Engineering

Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo
B.S. National Technical University

George Mylonakis specializes in geotechnical earthquake engineering, computational geomechanics, stress wave propagation, limit analysis and dynamic soil-structure interaction with emphasis on pile-supported structures. He holds a Diploma degree in Civil Engineering from the National Technical University, Athens (1993) and a Ph.D. degree from State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo (1996). He has held or is currently holding academic/reserch appointments at the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (NCEER) (1993-1997), City University of New York (1997-2004), University of Patras (2004-) and University of Bristol (2013-).

Mladen Vucetic

Mladen Vucetic
Professor
Geotechnical Engineering

Ph.D. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
M.S. University of Zagreb, Croatia
B.S. University of Zagreb, Croatia

Mladen Vucetic is professor of civil engineering at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, who teaches and conducts research in the field of geotechnical engineering, with an emphasis on the cyclic and dynamic behavior of clays, silts and sands. Vucetic has studied the reponse of marine clays to cyclic ocean wave loads in connection with offshore oil explorations.