Kamran M. Nemati's

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Biographical Sketch

Kamran M. Nemati is an Associate Professor in Construction Management/Civil Engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle.

He received his Ph.D. in civil engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in December 1994, where he was also a post-doctoral research fellow until August 1998. His Ph.D. thesis entitled: "Generation and Interaction of Compressive Stress-Induced Microcracks in Concrete". His other graduate degrees are: Master of Science in civil engineering (Environmental Engineering); Master of Engineering in civil engineering (Geotechnical and Construction Engineering); and Master of City and Regional Planning (Urban Transportation Planning).

He was a visiting research fellow at the Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine in London, England in 1992-93, and at Aalborg University in Denmark in 1996. During 2005-2007 academic years he was a visiting professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan, followed by a JSPS (Japan Society of the Promotion of Science) fellowship at the Building Material Engineering Laboratory at the University of Tokyo.

Kamran is a fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), a registered professional engineer (P.E.) in California and several other states, and has more than fourteen years of consulting engineering experience mostly with ICF Kaiser Engineers, Inc. and Testing Engineers, Inc. in Oakland California.

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