ENVIRONMENTAL & WATER STUDIES SUMMER PROGRAM

SEMINAR SERIES

 

CEE 179S/279S, EARTHSYS179S, EESS179S
Issues in Environmental Engineering, Science, and Sustainability
 

Dam Infrastructure & Safety in the U.S. - Post-Oroville; A Stanford Perspective;

Martin McCann; Adjunct Professor Stanford Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Thursday August 3, 2017, 4:30 PM
Shriram Center Room 104

Dr. Martin W. McCann, Jr. is a consulting professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University where he is the director of the National Performance of Dams Program (NPDP). His areas of expertise and professional experience includes probabilistic risk analysis for civil facilities and infrastructure, probabilistic hazards analysis, including seismic and hydrologic events, reliability assessment, risk-based decision analysis, systems analysis, and seismic engineering.

Dr. McCann received his bachelor of science in civil engineering from Villanova University in 1975, a Masters of Science in civil engineering in 1976 and a Ph.D. in 1980, both from Stanford.

The seminar is open to the public.