Their paper, “A Performance-Based Wind Engineering Framework for Envelope Systems of Engineered Buildings Subject to Directional Wind and Rain Hazards,” was selected by the ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering as the Best Paper in Structural Hazards for 2020.
Each year the ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering names three Best Paper Awards in these areas:
• Best Journal Paper in Analysis & Computation: Recognizes papers in the SHM/structural system identification, optimization, computing and reliability areas.
• Best Journal Paper in Structural Hazards: Recognizes papers in the seismic, wind, dynamic effects, and shock and vibration areas.
• Best Journal Paper in Materials and Structural Response: Recognizes papers in the metal, concrete, masonry, wood and composites areas.