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.

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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