Bio


Ádám Zsarnóczay currently works as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center. His research concerns natural hazards engineering in general, focusing on probabilistic hazard assessment; calibration and development of numerical models to estimate structural response, damage, and losses; and large-scale simulations to describe the impact of natural disasters on an urban environment.

Academic Appointments


  • Research Engineer, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Current Research and Scholarly Interests


Adam's research concerns natural hazards engineering in general, focusing on probabilistic hazard assessment; calibration and development of numerical models to estimate structural response, damage, and losses; and large-scale simulations to describe the impact of natural disasters on an urban environment.

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