Most Cited Papers

My paper in experimental investigation of impact of corrosion on inelastic buckling of corroded reinforcing bars is one of the most cited papers in Engineering Structures since 2012. Here is the link to the Scopus paper overview:


Nonlinear stress-strain behaviour of corrosion-damaged reinforcing bars including inelastic buckling 

Main research interests

  • Earthquake engineering
  • Reinforced concrete structures
  • Finite element modelling
  • Experimental investigation of nonlinear behaviour of materials and structural components
  • Nonlinear dynamics and smart structural systems
  • Autonomous systems, digital construction, and robotics in smart monitoring of infrastructures.
  • Seismic and structural assessment of existing structures and bridges  
  • Development of constitutive nonlinear material models for finite element analysis
  • Modelling deterioration of reinforced concrete structures in chloride laden environment
  • Modelling uncertainties in structural analysis using probabilistic techniques
  • Structural safety and seismic reliability analysis
  • Life cycle cost analysis and bridge management system
  • Structural health monitoring

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