John van de Lindt
John W. van de Lindt, Ph.D F. ASCE
George T. Abell
Distinguished Professor in Infrastructure
Co-Director, Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning
Colorado State University
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1372 USA
Colorado State University

Dr. John W. van de Lindt is the George T. Abell Distinguished Professor in Infrastructure in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University. He formerly was a Professor at the University of Alabama where he held the Garry Neil Drummond Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering. He has also previously served on the faculty at Colorado State University and Michigan Technological University. Over the last two decades Dr. van de Lindt's research program has sought to improve the built environment by making structures and structural systems perform to the level expected by their occupants, government, and the public. This has been primarily through the development of performance-based engineering and test bed applications of building systems for earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, tornadoes and floods. To accomplish this has necessitated coupling nonlinear dynamics, including stochastic approaches in both time and space with structural reliability during extreme loading events. His work includes both the development of new nonlinear numerical models and experimental investigations to calibrate those models and support hypotheses. Over the last twelve years he has successfully led federal, state, and industry sponsored projects totaling approximately $35M. As a result of these projects he has published approximately 350 technical publications including 140 peer reviewed journal papers in scholarly journals such as the Journal of Structural Engineering, Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, Engineering Structures, Structural Safety, the Journal of Earthquake Engineering, Wind and Structures, and presents work frequently at both national and international conferences. Professor van de Lindt has given a number of keynotes and invited talks around the world including Japan, China, India, Italy, Canada, and New Zealand. Much of Professor van de Lindt's current work focuses on community and urban resilience and he serves as Co-Director for the NIST-funded Center of Excellence for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning: http://resilience.colostate.edu

Dr. van de Lindt recently served as the Chair of the Technical Administrative Committee on Wood which oversees four national wood committees, and remains a control group member of the wood TAC while serving as Co-Leader of the SPEED committee within the recently formed Infrastructure Resilience Division of ASCE. He continues to contribute to ASCE's mission as an Associate editor of the Journal of Structural Engineering and recent guest editor for three special issues, and is a regular organizer and chair of sessions at the ASCE/SEI Structures Congress. He is also currently spearheading a special issue on structural robustness and its role in resilient infrastructure for JSE. Professor van de Lindt has led multiple very large projects involving management of up to 60 people successfully and producing Ph.D. graduates that have gone on to begin successful academic. Personnel management has been key to the success of those projects. He also served as the designer of millions of dollars of lab equipment and coordinated discussions between the design consultants and facilities while on the faculty at the University of Alabama.

Professor van de Lindt believes in the mission of diversity and ensuring that everyone is given an equal chance to succeed in engineering and all areas of study and profession. He has worked with a number of undergraduate, M.S., and Ph.D. student researchers over the last 15 years from diverse backgrounds including women, Hispanics, and other underrepresented groups in the STEM disciplines. Dr. van de Lindt has mentored more than 20 students from underrepresented groups such as women and minorities through the Colorado PEAKS Alliance Summer Program at Colorado State University and has hosted six interns from technical universities in France. He is the past chair of the Education and Outreach Committee for the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation. He previously chaired CSU's Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Instruction Committee, and is a member of the Civil Engineering Department Tenure Committee. Additionally, he has assisted with applications of numerous students resulting in graduate Fellowships from NSF, AISC, and energy-related organizations and writes approximately three tenure recommendations for tenure and promotion of faculty around the U.S. each year. In 2009 he applied for and received an NSF supplement to bring 10 Assistant Professors to Miki, Japan to participate in a CSU-led test program and provided a mechanism for US-Japan networking by planning and hosting a three-day program. Of those funded, more than half were from historically underrepresented groups in engineering. Most recently, he sponsored seven NSF-REU's for two large CSU-led test programs of which four were Hispanic and/or women.

Honors and Awards

2017 Ernest E. Howard Award, American Society of Civil Engineers, "For his influential work to advance the understanding of the performance of wood buildings under extreme hazard loading".

2017 Outstanding Faculty Award, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University

2015 Outstanding Faculty Award, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University

2015 Raymond C. Reese Research Prize, American Society of Civil Engineers; Awarded for tsunami loading on woodframe walls experimental work

2014 Faculty Excellence in Research Award, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University

2014 Elected Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers.

2013 Outstanding Dissemination of NEES Research Award, George E. Brown Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES), NEEScomm.

2012 Raymond C. Reese Research Prize, American Society of Civil Engineers; Awarded for full-scale six-story woodframe shake table testing work in Miki, Japan.

2012-Present George T. Abell Distinguished Professor, College of Engineering, Colorado State University.

2011 Guest of Honor, Opening Ceremonies, International Conference on Earthquake Analysis and Design of Structures, Coimbatore, India, December 1-3.

2010-2012 Garry Neil Drummond Endowed Chair, The University of Alabama.

2010 Outstanding Contribution to Research Award, George E. Brown Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES), NEEScomm.

2008 George T. Abell Outstanding Mid-Career Faculty Award, College of Engineering, Colorado State University

2008 Outstanding Faculty Award, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University

2007 Foreign Expert in Seismic/Wood Structures, National Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Japan., Visitor

2006 Faculty Excellence in Research Award, Department of Civil Engineering, Colorado State University

Major Past and Current Projects and Centers (See below for a list of all projects)

NIST Center of Excellence for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning

Webpage: http://resilience.colostate.edu

Data: IN-CORE v1.0 to be released in August 2017

RSB: A Risk-Informed Decision Framework to Achieve Resilient and Sustainable Buildings that Meet Community Objectives

Webpage: http://resilience.colostate.edu

Data and Reports: Please see journal papers below for information

NEESWood: Development of a Performance-Based Seismic Design Philosophy for Mid-Rise Woodframe Construction

Webpage: https://www.nsf.gov/news/newsmedia/neeswood/resources3.jsp

Data and Reports: https://www.designsafe-ci.org/search/?q=neeswood

Seismic Risk Reduction for Soft-Story Woodframe Buildings in the United States

Data and Reports: https://www.designsafe-ci.org/search/?q=NEES-Soft

Other Projects

CRISP Type 2: Collaborative Research: Scalable Decision Model to Achieve Local and Regional Resilience of Interdependent Critical Infrastructure Systems and Communities, 10/1/16-9/30/20, (Co-PI – van de Lindt, PI – Ellingwood). Collaborative grant with Texas A&M University (PI: Peacock), University of Illinois (PI: Gardoni), and Eastern Caroline University (PI: Kruse).

Development of Seismic Performance Factors for Cross Laminated Timber: Phase III, 5/1/14-12/31/15, USDA-FPL, (PI – van de Lindt, Co-PI – D. Rammer)

Development of Seismic Performance Factors for CLT: Phase II, 3/6/13-8/31/14, USDA-FPL, (PI – van de Lindt, Co-PI – D. Rammer)

Collaborative Research: Fundamental Mechanics and Conditional Probabilities for Prediction of Hurricane Surge and Wave Forces, 6/1/13-5/31/16, NSF-CMMI, (PI-van de Lindt); Collaborator: D. Cox, OSU, with separate funding.

Utilization of CLT as Soft Story Retrofit within NEES-Soft Shake Table Test, 6/1/13-8/31/14, USDA-FPL, (PI – van de Lindt, Co-PI – D. Rammer).

Quantitative Uncertainty Modeling for Performance Based Earthquake Engineering, 8/1/13-7/30/15, (Co-PI – van de Lindt, PI – Pei, CSM), NSF-CMMI.

Quantifying Sustainability Metrics for TrucklineBridges in the Mountain Plains, 11/1/12-11/30/15, MPC, (PI – van de Lindt; Co-PI – B. Senior, CSU).

Development of Seismic Response Factors for Cross Laminated Timber– Phase I, 9/15/2012-9/14/2013, USDA-FPL, (PI – van de Lindt, CO-PI's – D. Rammer, FPL; Shiling Pei, CSM)

Integration of Aftershock Seismic Hazard Into Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering using Publicly Available NEEShub Data. 10/1/10-9/30/13, NSF, $280,000 (Co-PI – van de Lindt, PI – Li, MTU)

Seismic Risk Assessment for Trunkline Bridges in the I-25/I-70 Corridor of the Mountain Plains Region of the U.S., Mountain Plains Consortium (PI – van de Lindt)

Collaborative Research: NEESR Planning: Massive Timber Structural Systems for Seismically Resilient Tall Buildings, NSF-NEES, (PI-van de Lindt); Collaborators: S. Pei, CSM; J. D. Dolan, WSU; J. Berman, UW; J. Ricles and R. Sause, Lehigh; with separate funding.

Seismic Design and Behavior of Cross Laminated Timber Buildings 8/1/11-7/31/12, USDA-FPL, (PI – van de Lindt; Co-PI – Pei, SDSU; D. Rammer, FPL)

The Prescient Companies: Phase I, 8/1/10-9/30/11, (PI – van de Lindt).

Reliability-Based Analysis and Design of Slender Long-Span Bridges, NSF, (Co-PI – van de Lindt; PI– Chen, CSU).

Feasibility Study for Highway Traffic Noise Barriers from a Spray Dryer Ash and Used Rubber Composite, Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment, (PI – van de Lindt; Co-PI – Heyliger)

Rapid Load Rating of Short Rural Bridges, (PI – van de Lindt)

Innovative and Economical Steel Bridge Design Alternatives for Colorado: Hybrid Girders, Double-Composites, Epoxy FRP covers plates, and External Post Tensioning (Phase-II), CDOT, (PI – van de Lindt)

Financial Support for Six-Story Wood Building Tests in Japan, Government of British Columbia (PI – van de Lindt).

Financial Support for NEESWood Tests in Japan, (CAD), FPInnovations (PI – van de Lindt)

Understanding the Behavior of Mid-Rise Light-Frame Wood Buildings, U.S. Forest Products Lab (PI's– van de Lindt and Rammer, FPL)

International Travel Support for US Researchers to attend E-Defense Testing in Japan, NSF-CMMI, (PI-van de Lindt)

Performance-Based Wind Engineering: Interaction of Hurricanes with Residential Buildings, 6/01/08-5/30/10, NSF, (Co-PI – van de Lindt, PI – Prevatt, Florida, Co-PI – Gupta, OSU

Developing Damage Potential Indicators through Coupling Intrinsic Mode Functions and Structural Characteristics for Improvement in Synthetic Ground Motion Generation: Collaborative Research with Colorado State University and USGS, 12/1/08-11/30-09, Department of the Interior – USGS, (PI –van de Lindt).

NEESR II: Mitigating the risk of coastal infrastructure through understanding tsunami-structure interaction and modeling, 10/108-9/30/11, (Co-PI – van de Lindt, PI – Cox, OSU, Co-PI's – Gupta, OSU; Aquiniga, TAMU-Kingsville)

Major Research Instrumentation: Acquisition of an Infrastructure for Real-Time Testing of Wind Effects on Structures, 10/01/05-9/30/09, NSF, (Co-PI – van de Lindt, PI- Bienkiewicz).

NEESR Payload: Wave Loading on Residential Structures with Earthquake and Hurricane Applications, NSF, (PI: van de Lindt; Co-PI: Gupta, OSU)

Innovative applications of Fly Ash: Roof Tiles, Colorado Commission on Higher Education, (Co PI – van de Lindt; PI - Heyliger; Co-PI - Atadero).

Time History Analysis of Mid-Rise Light-Frame Wood Buildings in British Columbia, FPInnovations, 11/1/08-3/31/09 (PI – van de Lindt)

Enabling Innovative Plate Girder Bridges: Simples Spans Made Continuous, MPC (UTC), (PI – van de Lindt).

Statistical Charaterization of Wind Distributions for fatigue Assessment of Structural Supports in Colorado, CDOT.

Investigation of the use of Fly Ash for Light-frame Wood wall Insulation, APPA, (PI: van de Lindt; CO PI's: Cararro, Heyliger).

Innovative Steel Design Alternatives for Bridges in Colorado, CDOT, 4/15/06-3/30/09, (PI: van de Lindt; Co-PI:Chen).

Collection of Perishable Data on Woodframe Residential Structures in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina, 10/01/05-09/30/06, NSF, (PI – van de Lindt, Co-PI – Graettinger, University of Alabama)

LRFD Load Calibration for State of Michigan Trunkline Bridges – Phase III, Michigan Department of Transportation, 10/21/05 – 12/21/05, (Co-PI –van de Lindt, PI- Fu, Wayne State Univ.).

Development of a Reliability-Based Design Procedure for High mast Lighting Structural Supports in Colorado, 10/01/04-9/30/05, Colorado Department of Transportation, (PI – van de Lindt)

LRFD Load Calibration for State of Michigan Trunkline Bridges, Michigan Department of Transportation, 09/15/03 – 4/30/05, (PIÕs – van de Lindt and Fu, Wayne State Univ.).

Planning of the NEES/E-Defense International Collaboration, National Science Foundation, 10/15/03—1/31/05, (PI – van de Lindt, Co-PI – Rosowsky, Oregon State Univ.).

Development of Steel Beam End Deterioration Guidelines, Michigan Department of Transportation, 03/01/03-07/31/04, (PI – van de Lindt).

Re-Evaluation of LRFD for Engineered Wood Products: Keeping Pace with Changes in ASCE 7, 06/01 – 12/03, (ASCE/SEI Special Project carried out by the Committee on the Reliability –Based Design of Wood Structures.)

Investigation of the Adequacy of Current Bridge Design Loading in the State of Michigan, Michigan Department of Transportation, 02/14/01-04/05/02, (PI's – van de Lindt and Fu, Wayne State Univ.).

Identification of the Ground Motion Parameters that Control Structural Damage using a Slepian Process Model, United States Geological Survey, 05/15/02-08/31/03, (PI – van de Lindt; Co-PI – Niedzwecki, Texas A&M Univ.).

Development of a Composite Shear Wall for Resisting High Wind Loads, Federal Emergency Management Agency Hazard Mitigation Grant Program through the Michigan State Police, 11/15/01-05/15/03, (PI – van de Lindt).

Comparison of Steel Overhead Sign Support Structures, Michigan Department of Transportation, 03/19/03-08/31/03, (PI – van de Lindt).

Optimization of Cost and Performance of Overhead Sign Structures, Michigan Department of Transportation, 05/11/02-08/10/03, (Co-PI – van de Lindt; PI – Ahlborn).

Experimental Comparison of the Behavior of In-Flange Connectors for use in Precast Concrete Double-Tee Systems, Progress Industries Inc., 08/01/02-12/20/02, (PI – van de Lindt).

Journal Papers

Attary, N., van de Lindt, J., Barbosa, A., Cox, D., Unnikrishnan, V., and Benfield, A. (2017). "Performance-Based Tsunami Engineering for Risk Assessment of Structures Subjected to Multi-Hazards: Tsunami Following Earthquake.", Journal of Earthquake Engineering, Accepted.

Koliou, M., H. Masoomi, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2017). "Performance Assessment of Tilt-Up Big-Box Buildings Subjected to Extreme Hazards: Tornadoes and Earthquakes.", ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, In Review.

Tu, Dao, T., and J.W. van de Lindt.(2017) New Nonlinear Lateral-Vertical Coupled Shear Element Model for Use in Finite Element Structural Analysis Applications, Engineering Structures, Accepted.

Standohar-Alfano, C.D., J.W. van de Lindt, and B.R. Ellingwood. (2017). "Vertical Load Path Failure Risk Analysis of Residential Wood-Frame Construction in Tornadoes.", ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, In Press.

Elaina Sutley, J.W. van de Lindt and Lori Peek (2016). "Multi-Hazard Analysis: An Integrated Engineering and Social Science Approach", ASCE Journal of Structure Engineering, In Press.

Elaina Sutley, J.W. van de Lindt, and Lori Peek (2016). "Community Level Framework for Seismic Resiliency I: Coupling Socioeconomic Characteristics and Engineering Building Systems." SCE Natural Hazards Review; 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000239.

Elaina Sutley, J.W. van de Lindt, and Lori Peek (2016). "Community Level Framework for Seismic Resiliency II: Multi-Objective Optimization and Illustrative Examples." ASCE NaturalHazards Review, 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000230.

Unnikrishnan, V.U. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2016). "Probabilistic Framework for Performance Assessment of Electrical Power Networks to Tornadoes". Journal of Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, 1:3-4, 137-152.

Ho, T., Dao, T., Aaelti, S., van de Lindt, J., and Rammer, D. (2016). "Hybrid System of Unbonded Post-Tensioned CLT Panels and Light-Frame Wood Shear Walls." J. Struct. Eng.,10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001665, 04016171.

Ellingwood, B.R., H. Cutler, P. Gardoni, W.G. Peacock, J.W. van de Lindt, and N. Wang. (2016). "The Centerville Virtual Community: A Fully Integrated Decision Model of Interacting Physical and Social Infrastructure Systems". Journal of Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, 1:3-4, 95-107.

Sutley, E. and van de Lindt, J. (2016). "Evolution of Predicted Seismic Performance for Wood-Frame Buildings." ASCE J. of Architectural Eng., 10.1061/(ASCE).1943-5568.0000212, B401604.

Koliou, M., van de Lindt, J., and Filiatrault, A. (2016). "Evaluation of an alternative seismic design approach for rigid wall flexible wood roof diaphragm buildings through probabilistic loss estimation and disaggregation.", Engineering Structures,127 (11), 31-39.

Attary, N., van de Lindt, J., V.U. Unnikrishnan, A.R. Barbosa, and D.T. Cox (2016). "Methodology for Development of Physics-Based Tsunami Fragilities." Journal of Structural Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001715.

Masoomi, H., and van de Lindt, J. (2016). "Tornado fragility and risk assessment of an archetype masonry school building." Engineering Structures, 128 (2016), 26-43.

Trung Quang Do, J.W. van de Lindt, and D. Cox (2016). "Performance-Based Design Methodology for Inundated Elevated Coastal Structures Subjected to Wave Load.", Engineering Structures, j.engstruct.2016.02.046.

Guidotti, R., H. Chmielewski, V.U. Unnikrishnan, P. Gardoni, T. McAllister, J.W. van de Lindt. (2016). "Modeling the Resilience of Critical Infrastructure: The Role of Network Dependencies". Journal of Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, 1:3-4,153-168.

Standohar-Alfano, C.D. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2016)."Risk Analysis for Residential Woodframe Roof Systems to Tornadoes Across the U.S.". Journal of Structural Engineering, 142 (1), 04015099.

E. Sutley, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2016) "Evolution of Seismic Risk for Woodframe Buildings.", Journal of Architectural Engineering; Special Section onHousing and Residential Building Construction, 10.1061/(ASCE)AE.1943-5568.0000212.

Shao, X., W. Pang, C. Griffith, E. Ziaei, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2016). "Development of a Hybrid Controller for Full-Scale Experimental Investigation of Seismic Retrofits for Soft-Story Woodframe Buildings". Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 45(8), 1233-1249.

Bright, C., Atadero, R., and van de Lindt, J. (2016). "Concept Development and Evaluation of a New GFRP Reinforcement Geometry for Concrete Beams." J. Compos. Constr., 10.1061/(ASCE)CC.1943-5614.0000615, 04015049.

Tian, J., M.D. Symans, W. Pang, E. Ziaei, J.W. van de Lindt. (2015). "Application of Energy Dissipation Devices for Seismic Protection of Soft-Story Woodframe Buildings in Accordance with FEMA P-807 Retrofit Philosophy." ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001269, E4015009.

Jennings, E.N., J.W. van de Lindt, E. Ziaei, P. Bahmani, S. Park, X. Shao, W. Pang, D. Rammer, G. Mochizuki, M. Gershfeld. (2015). "Full-Scale Experimental Verification of the Soft-Story-Only Woodframe Building Retrofits using Hybrid Testing.", Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 19 (3).

Nazari, N., J.W. van de Lindt, and Y. Li. (2015). "Quantifying Changes in Structural Design Needed to Account for Aftershock Hazard.", ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 141 (11), 04015035.

Jennings,E.N., E. Ziaei, W. Pang, J.W. van de Lindt, X. Shao, and P. Bahmani. (2015). "Full-Scale Experimental Investigation of an Over-Retrofitted Soft-Story Woodframe Building". ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000736, 04015004.

S. Pei, J.W van de Lindt, M. Popovski, J. W Berman, J.D. Dolan, J. M Ricles, R. Sause, H-E Blomgren; D.R Rammer. (2015). "Cross Laminated Timber for Seismic Regions: Progress and Challenges for Research and Implementation.", 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001192, E2514001.

Bahmani, P., J.W. van de Lindt, G. Mochizuki, M. Gershfeld, and S.E. Pryor. (2014). "Experimental Seismic Collapse Study of a Full-Scale Four-Story Soft-Story Woodframe Building.", ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)AE.1943-5568.0000166, B4014009.

Song, R., Y. Li, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Impact of Earthquake Ground Motion Characteristics on Collapse Risk of Post-Mainshock Buildings Considering Aftershock.", Engineering Structures, 81(12), 349-361, 10.1016/j.engstruct.2014.09.047.

Bahmani, P., J.W. van de Lindt, M. Gershfeld, G. Mochizuki, S.E. Pryor, M., D. Rammer. (2013). "Experimental Seismic Behavior of a Full-Scale Four-Story Soft-Story Woodframe Building I: Building Design and Retrofit Methodology". ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001207, E4014003.

Nazari, N., J.W. van de Lindt, and Y. Li, (2014). "Effect of Aftershock Intensity on Building Collapse Estimates". International Journal of Reliability and Safety, 10.1504/IJRS.2014.069526.

Han, R., Y. Li, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Assessment of Seismic Performance of Buildings with incorporation of Aftershocks.", Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000596, 04014088.

van de Lindt, J.W., P. Bahmani, G. Mochizuki, S.E. Pryor, M. Gershfeld, Jingjing Tian, D. Rammer, and M.D. Symans. (2013). "Experimental Seismic Behavior of a Full-Scale Four-Story Soft-Story Woodframe Building II: Shake Table Test Results". ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001206 , E4014004.

Jennings, E.N., J.W. van de Lindt, E. Ziaei, G. Mochizuki, W. Pang, X. Shao. (2014). "Retrofit of a Soft-Story Woodframe Building using SMA Devices with Full-Scale Hybrid Test Verification.", Engineering Structures, 80(1), 469-485.

Li, Y., R. Song, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Collapse Fragility of Steel Structures Subjected to Earthquake Mainshock-Aftershock Sequences.", Journal of Structural Engineering, 140(12), 04014095.

Do, T., J.W. van de Lindt, and H. Mahmoud. (2014). "Fatigue Life Estimates and Performance-Based Design of Wind Turbine Towers Bases". ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001150, 04014183.

Park, S. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Genetic Optimization for Seismic Retrofit of Soft-Story Woodframe Buildings using FEMA P-807 Methodology.", ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000637, 04014153.

Bahmani, P. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Experimental Study of Layering Sheathing for Woodframe Walls." ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering; Special Issue on Seismic Resistant Timber Structures, 10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001134, E4014001.

Dao, T. and van de Lindt, J. (2014). "Numerical Seismic Performance of an Innovative CFS Midrise Building Designed Using DDD." J. Perform. Constr. Facil., 28(5), 04014018.

Han, R., Y. Li, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Seismic Risk of Base Isolated Non-ductile Reinforced Concrete Buildings Considering Uncertainties and Mainshock-Aftershock Sequences", Structural Safety, 50(9), 39-56.

Do, T., H. Mahmoud, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Sensitivity of Wind Turbine Tower Base Fatigue Life to Locations in Colorado." ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000612, 04014109.

Shao, X., J.W. van de Lindt, P. Bahmani, W. Pang, E. Ziaei, M.D. Symans, J. Tian, and T. Dao. (2014). "Real Time Hybrid Simulation of a Multi-Story Wood Shear Wall with First-Story Experimental Substructure Incorporating a Rate-Dependent Seismic Energy Dissipating Device", Special Issue on Real Time Hybrid Testing in Smart Structures and Systems; Vol. 14, No. 6 (2014) 1031-1054.

Song, R., Y. Li, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Assessment of Seismic Performance of Buildings with Incorporation of Aftershocks." ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000596, 04014088.

van de Lindt, J.W. and Y. Jiang. (2014). "Regressive Model for Friction Pendulum Isolation Bearing Selection Based on Woodframe Building Performance.", ASCE Structural Design and Construction, 19(3), 04014010.

C. Standohar-Alfano and J.W. van de Lindt. (2015). "An Empirically-Based Probabilistic Tornado Hazard Analysis of the U.S. using 1973-2011 Data.", ASCE Natural Hazards Review, 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000138, 16 (1), 04014013.

Nazari, N., J.W. van de Lindt, and Y. Li.(2015). "Effect of Mainshock-Aftershock Sequences on Woodframe Building Damage Fragilities.", ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000512, 29 (1), 04014036.

Jennings, E. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014). "Numerical Seismic Retrofit Study of Light-frame Wood Buildings using Shape Memory Alloy Devices for Response Modification". ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 140(7), 04014041.

Pei, S., J.W. van de Lindt, S. Hartzell, and N. Luco. (2014). "Variability in Woodframe Building Damage using Broadband Synthetic Ground Motion: A Comparative Numerical Study with Recorded Motions." Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 10(3), 389-406.

Amini, M.O. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2014) "Quantitative Insight into a Rational Tornado Design Wind Speed for Woodframe Residential Design using a Fragility Approach." ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 140(7), 04014033.

Linton, D., R. Gupta, D. Cox, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2015). "Load Distribution in Light-Frame Wood Buildings under Experimentally Simulated Tsunami Loads". ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000487, 29 (1), 04014030.

Bahmani, P., van de Lindt, J., and Dao, T. (2014). "Displacement-Based Design of Buildings with Torsion: Theory and Verification." J. Struct. Eng., 140(6), 04014020.

Park, S., J.W. van de Lindt, and Y. Li. (2014). "ABV Hybrid Procedure for Hurricane Wind-Surge Loss Analysis.", Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities. 28(2), 206-215.

Pei, S., J.W. van de Lindt, M. Popovski. (2013). "Approximate R-Factor for Cross Laminated Walls in Multi-Story Buildings", 19(4), 245-255, ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering.

Pei, S., M. Popovski, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2013). "Analytical Study on Seismic Force Modification Factors for Cross Laminated Timber Buildings for NBCC.", Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 40(9), 887-896.

Park, S., J.W. van de Lindt, D. Cox, and R. Gupta. (2013). "Concept of Community Survival Fragilities for Tsunami Coastal Inundation". ASCE Natural Hazards Review, 14 (4), 220-228.

Li, Y., R. Song, J.W. van de Lindt, and N. Luco. (2013). "Collapse Fragility of Steel Structures Subjected to Earthquake Mainshock-Aftershock Sequences", Journal of Structural Engineering. Accepted.

Park, S., J.W. van de Lindt, and Y. Li. (2013). "Application of the Hybrid ABV Procedure for Assessing Community Risk to Hurricanes Spatially", Natural Hazards, 68(2), 981-1000.

Pei, S., J. W van de Lindt, N. Wehbe, and H. Liu. (2013). "Experimental Study of Collapse Limits for Woodframe Shear Walls". ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 139(9); 1489-1497.

Linton, D., R. Gupta, D. Cox, J.W. van de Lindt, M.E. Oshnack, and M. Clauson. (2013). "Tsunami Wave Forces on a Wood Wall at Full-Scale.", ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 139(8), 1318-1325. 2015 ASCE Raymond C. Reese Research Prize.

Dao, T.N. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2013). "Seismic Performance of an Innovative Light-Frame Cold-Formed Steel Frame for Mid-Rise Construction.", ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 139 (5), Special Issue: Cold-Formed Steel Structures, 837-848.

Lucksiri, K., T.H. Miller, R. Gupta, S, Pei, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2013). "Rapid Screening for Plan Irregularity in Single-Family, Wood-Frame Dwellings." Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 17(2013); 497-516.

van de Lindt, J.W., S. Pei, T.N. Dao, A. Graettinger, D.O. Prevatt, R. Gupta, and W. Coulbourne. (2013). "Dual Objective-Based Tornado Design Philosophy." ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 139(2); 251-263.

Vengala, J. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2013). "Seismic Performance of Single Family Dwellings Constructed using Bamboo-Mortar Composite.", Asian Journal of Civil Engineering, 14 (1), 33-45.

van de Lindt, J.W., D.V. Rosowsky, W. Pang, and S. Pei. (2013). "Performance-Based Seismic Design of Mid-Rise Woodframe Buildings.", ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 139 (8), 1294-1302.

Prevatt, D.O., J.W. van de Lindt, E.W. Back, A.J. Graettinger, S. Pei, R. Gupta, W, Coulbourne, D. James, and D. Agdas. (2012). "Making the Case for Improved Structural Design: The Tornado Outbreaks of 2011." ASCE Journal of Leadership and Management in Engineering, 12 (4), 254-270.

van de Lindt, J.W., M.O. Amini, C. Standohar-Alfano, and T.N. Dao. (2012). "Systematic Study of the Loss of a Residential Roof System in a Tornado.", Buildings, 2012 (2); 519-533.

Park, S., J.W. van de Lindt, R. Gupta, and D. Cox. (2012). "Method to Determine Location for Tsunami Vertical Evacuation Shelters." Natural Hazards, 63 (2), 891-908.

Li, Y. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2012). "Loss-Based Formulation for Multiple Hazards with Application to Residential Buildings.", Engineering Structures, 38 (2012), 123-133.

Park, S., J.W. van de Lindt, D. Cox, R. Gupta, and F. Aguiniga. (2012). "Successive earthquake-tsunami analysis to develop collapse fragilities.", Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 16 (2012); 851-863.

Dao, T.N., J.W. van de Lindt, D. Prevatt, and R. Gupta. (2012). "Probabilistic Procedure for Wood-frame Roof Sheathing Panel Debris Impact to Windows in Hurricanes." Engineering Structures, 35 (2), 178-187.

Dao, T.N. and J.W. van de Lindt. (2012). "Loss Analysis for Woodframe Buildings During Hurricanes I: Structure and Hazard Modeling". ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 26 (6), 729-738.

van de Lindt, J.W. and T.N. Dao. (2012). "Loss Analysis for Woodframe Buildings During Hurricanes. II: Loss Estimation". ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 26 (6), 739-747.

Lucksiri, K., T.H. Miller, R. Gupta, S, Pei, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2012). "Effect of Plan Configuration on the Seismic Performance of Wood-Frame, Single Family Dwellings." Natural Hazards Review, 13(1).

Li, Y., J.W. van de Lindt, T.N. Dao, S. Bjarnadottir, and A. Ahuja. (2012). "Loss Analysis for Combined Wind and Surge in Hurricanes", ASCE Natural Hazards Review, 13 (1), 1-10.

Martin, K., R. Gupta, D. Prevatt, P.L. Datin, J.W. van de Lindt. (2012). "Evaluation of System Effects and Structural Load Paths in a Wood Framed Structure.", ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering, J. Archit. Eng. 17, 134.

van de Lindt, J.W., S. Pei, W. Pang, and S. Sharazi. (2012). "Collapse Testing and Analysis of a Light-Frame Wood Garage Wall", ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 138 (4), 492-501.