Greg MacRae

Associate ProfessorGregory MacRae

Civil & Natural Resources Engineering E408
Internal Phone: 92068
I demystify structural/earthquake engineering concepts to facilitate better decisions by engineering practitioners and stakeholders.

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

Research interests include steel structures, reinforced concrete structures, composite structures, earthquake engineering, regularity, probabilistic evaluation of structures, effect of ground motion type on behaviour, and communicating risk.

Recent Publications

  • Ballantyne D., Bartoletti S., Chang S., Graff B., MacRae G., Meszaros J., Pearce I., Pierepiekarz M., Preuss J. and Stewart M. (2005) Scenario for a Magnitude 6.7 Earthquake on the Seattle Fault [EF-2005-01]. Oakland: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. 170-170.
  • MacRae GA. and Lehman D. (2001) Chapter 4, 'Buildings'. In Group NEC; Washington UO (Ed.), The Nisqually, Washington, Earthquake, February 28, 2001 Preliminary Reconnaissance Report: 5. Seattle: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute.
  • Roeder CW. and MacRae GA. (1997) Chapter 10: Steel Structures. In Beskos DE; Anagnostopoulos SA (Ed.), Computer Analysis and Design of Earthquake-Resistant Structures: 533-561. Southampton: Computational Mechanics Publications.
  • Kawashima K., MacRae GA., Hasegawa K., Ikeuchi T. and Oshima K. (1992) Ductility of Steel Bridge Piers from Dynamic Loading Tests. In Fukumoto Y; Lee G (Ed.), Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures under Cyclic Loading: 149-162. Boca Raton: CRC Press Inc..
  • MacRae GA. and Kawashima K. (1992) Estimation of the Deformation Capacity of Steel Bridge Piers. In Fukumoto Y; Lee G (Ed.), Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures under Cyclic Loading: 335-349. Boca Raton: CRC Press Inc..