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Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Kincho Law

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Law’s research interest is in the application of advanced computing principles and techniques for structural engineering analysis and design. His research interests include computational mechanics, numerical methods, and analysis and simulation of large-scale systems using distributed workstations and high performance parallel computers. His work has also dealt with sensing, monitoring and control of structures as well as various aspects of computer-aided design, including application of information technology to facilitate regulatory compliance assistance, to facilitate analysis and design of building structures and to coordinate concurrent engineering design activities.

Education

PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, Civil Engineering (1981)
MS, Carnegie Mellon University, Civil Engineering (1979)
B.Sc, University of Hawaii, Civil Engineering (1976)
BA, University of Hawaii, Mathematics (1976)

Contact

(650) 725-3154
Mail Code
4020