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CEE researchers receive Raymond C. Reese Research Prize

CEE PhD student Tung-Yu Wu and Profs. Sherif El-Tawil and Jason McCormick receive award recognizing outstanding contributions to the application of structural engineering research.| Short Read

CEE PhD student Tung-Yu Wu and Professors Sherif El-Tawil and Jason McCormick have received the 2019 Raymond C. Reese Research Prize for their paper “Highly Ductile Limits for Deep Steel Columns,” published in the Journal of Structural Engineering.

This award, given by the Structural Engineering Institute, is presented to the authors of a paper that describes a notable achievement in research related to structural engineering and which indicates how the research can be used. The award places particular importance on recommendations for how the research can be applied to design.

Congratulations to all of the authors!

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  • Sherif El-Tawil

    Sherif El-Tawil

    Antoine E. Naaman Collegiate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • Jason P. McCormick

    Jason P. McCormick

    Arthur F. Thurnau Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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