Steven D. Glaser

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Steven D. Glaser, PH.D.

Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of California, Berkeley CA, 94720-1758

510/295-9521                                                                       glaser@berkeley.edu

Education

Ph.D. in Geotechnical Engineering completed October 5, 1990 at The University of Texas at Austin.  Dissertation: Acoustic Emission Waveforms Produced by Discrete Crack Propagation in Rock.  Thesis advisor: Prof. Priscilla P. Nelson.

M.S., 1986, The University of Texas at Austin, Geotechnical Engineering.

B.S.C.E., 1984, The University of Texas at Austin. 

B.A. in Philosophy, 1975, Clark University, Worcester, MA.  Concentration in Metaphysics and Morals, University of London, London, England, 1972.

Apprentice Training program of Local 77, International Union of Operating Engineers, 1977; graduate, 4-year program.

Honors

TÜV SÜD Guest Professor, Technical University of Munich, 2010 - 2011

Fellow, Institute of Advanced Studies, Technical University of Munich, 2010 -

Member, NAE Committee on Geological and Geotechnical Engineering in the New Millennium: Opportunities for Research and Technological Innovation, 2003-2005.

Fulbright Research-Lecturer Award, The Technion, 2003

Session Organizer, Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, NAE, 2003

Invited participant, 1st Symposium, Frontiers in Engineering, NAE, Sept., 1995

National Science Foundation Young Investigator Award, 1994

Basic Research Award 1993, US National Committee for Rock Mechanics, NAS/NRC

Texas Mining and Mineral Resources Research Institute Scholarship, 1988-1989.

University Fellow, University of Texas at Austin, 1987-1988.

Presidential Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin, 1987-1988, 1985-1986.

Woodward-Clyde Fellowship in the Earth Sciences, 1985-1987.

Significant Recent Employment History

Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA., July 2005 - present.

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA., April 2000 – June 2005.

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA., January 1997 – March 2000.

Faculty Scientist, Energy Resources Dept., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1997 - present.

Intelligent Infrastructure theme leader, Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, Feb., 2008 - present.

Research Associate, Intel Berkeley Laboratory, October 2001 - present.

Assistant Professor, Engineering Division, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO.  Professor of Nondestructive Evaluation, January 1994 – December 1996.

Research Geotechnical Engineer, Structures Div., National Institute of Standards and Technology; Gaithersburg, MD, November, 1991 – December 1993.

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin.  October 1990 – November 1991.

Graduate student, The University of Texas, Austin. September, 1984 – October 5, 1990.

Summer Technical Staff for TRW Inc., San Bernardino, CA., June 1984 – August 1984.  Completed TBM utilization study as constructability analyst for Deep Basing, special emphasis on tunnel lining design.  Estimated cost and lining design of tunnels in rock.

Drilling and site supervisor for Western-Kharafi on large grain silo foundation project in Baquba, Iraq, October 1980 – July 1981.  Responsibilities included training and supervising thirty-man local crew, drilling, site liaison with resident engineer and general contractor, procuring parts and equipment in Bagdad, and associated planning.

Driller and mechanic, Western Caisson, McKinney Drilling, 1975 – 1980.

Apprentice, Local 77, International Union of Operating Engineers, 1974–1977.

Publications, Archival Journals

1.     McLaskey, G.M, and Glaser, S.D., (2012), Acoustic Emission Sensor Calibration for Absolute Source Measurements, Journal of Nondestructive Testing, DOI: 10.1007/s10921-012-0131-2.

2.     Moore, J.R., Boleve, A., Sanders, A.W., and Glaser, S.D, (2011).  Self-Potential Investigation of Moraine Dam Seepage, Journal of Applied Geophysics, vol. 74, pp. 277-286, doi.org/10.1016/j.jappgeo.2011.06.014.

3.     McLaskey, G. C. and Glaser, S. D. (2011).  Micromechanics of Asperity Rupture During Laboratory Stick Slip Experiments, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L12302, doi:10.1029/2011GL047507.

4.     Bakun-Mazor, D., Hatzor, Y.H., and Glaser, S.D., (2011), Dynamic Sliding of Tetrahedral Wedge: the Role of Interface Friction. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, DOI: 10.1002/nag.1009.

5.     McLaskey, G., and Glaser, S.D., (2011).  Hertzian Impact: Experimental Study of the Force Pulse and Resulting Stress Waves. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128(3), 1087 – 1096.

6.   Mancio, M., Moore, J.R., Brooks, Z., Monteiro, P.J.M., and Glaser, S.D., (2011).  Instantaneous In-Situ Determination of the W/C Ratio of Fresh Concrete.  ACI Materials Journal, 107(6), 586 - 592.

7.     McLaskey, G., Glaser, S.D., and Grosse, C.U., (2010), Beamforming Array Techniques for Microseismic Monitoring of Large Structures. Journal of Sound and Vibrations, 329, 2384-2394.

8.     Grosse, C.U., Glaser, S.D., and Krüger, M., (2010).  Initial Development of Wireless Acoustic Emission Sensor Motes for Civil Infrastructure State Monitoring, Smart Structures & Systems, 6(4), 197 – 209.

9.     Carey, J.R., Laursen J., Glaser S.D., Raphael S., and Miller G.H., et al., (2010).  University of California Research Seminar Network: A Prospectus. PLoS Bio, 8(1): e1000289. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000289.

10.  Tien, I., Glaser, S.D., Aminoff, M.J., Bajcsy, R., and Goodin, D.S., (2009), Results and Validation of Algorithms Used in a Wireless Inertial Measuring System for Gait Analysis in Control Subjects, IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, 14(4), 904 – 915, 10.1109/TITB.2009.2021650.

11.  Moore, J.R., Sanders, J.W., Dietrich, W.E., and Glaser, S.D. (2009).  Influence of Rock Mass Strength on the Erosion Rate of Alpine Cliffs.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34, 1939 – 1352.

12.  To, A.C., Moore, J.R. and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  Wavelet Denoising Techniques with Applications to Experimental Geophysical Data.  Signal Processing, 89, 144 - 160.

13.  Galic, D., Glaser, S.D., and Goodman, R.E., (2008).  A Lagrangian Dynamic Analysis of End Effects in a Generalized Shear Experiment.  International Journal of Rock Mechanics, 45(8),1287 – 1305.

14.  Glaser, S.D., Ni, S.-H., and Ko, C.-C., (2008).  System Identification of Soil Behavior from Vertical Seismic Arrays.  Smart Structures & Systems, 4(6), 727 - 740.

15.  Galic, D., and Glaser, S.D., (2008), Calculating the Shear Strength of an Asymmetric Sliding Block Under Varying Degrees of Lateral Constraint.  International Journal of Rock Mechanics, 45(4), 495 – 512.

16.  Glaser, S.D. ,and Tolman, A., (2008).  Sense of Sensing.  Journal of Infrastructure Systems14(1), 4 - 14.

17.  Glaser, S.D., (2008).  Editorial for Special Issue.  Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 14(1), 2 - 3.

18.  McLaskey, G., and Glaser, S.D., (2007), Temporal Evolution and 3-D Locations of Acoustic Emissions Produced from the Drying Shrinkage of Concrete, Journal of Acoustic Emission, 25(1), 52-57.

19.  Schumacher, T., Higgins, C., Glaser, S.D., and Grosse, C., (2007), Demand on Flexural Tension Steel Reinforcement Anchorage Zones in Full-Scale Bridge Bent Caps Quantified by Means of Acoustic Emission.  Journal of Acoustic Emission, 25(1), 316-323.

20.  Glaser, S.D., Li, H., Wang, M., and Ou, J., and Lynch, J., (2007), Sensor Technology Innovation for Advancement of Structural Health Monitoring: A Strategic Program Plan of US-China Research for the Next Decade, Smart Structures & Systems, 3(2), 221 - 244.

21.  Aoki, H., Glaser, S.D., Ikegawa, Y., Boda, S., and Miki, K., (2007), Development and Application of a Wireless Sensor Network for Ground Monitoring.  Journal of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (Japan), 46(2), 1 - 5.

22.  Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D. (2007), Self-Potential Observations During Hydraulic Fracturing.  Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, B02204, doi:10.1029/2006JB004373.

23.  To, A.C., Li, S., and Glaser, S.D., (2006), Propagation of a Mode-III Interfacial Conductive Crack along a Conductive Interface Between Two Piezoelectric Materials.  Wave Motion, 43(5), 368 - 386.

24.  Chen, M., Glaser, S.D., and Oberheim, T., (2006), Terra-Scope- A MEMS-based Vertical Seismic Array, Smart Structures & Systems, 2(2), 115 - 126.

25.  Glaser, S.D., Shoureshi, R., and Pescovitz, D., (2005), Future Sensing Systems, invited paper for inaugural issue of Smart Structures & Systems, 1(1), 103 - 120.

26.  To, A.C., Li, S., and Glaser, S.D. (2005), On Scattering in Dissimilar Piezoelectric Materials by an Interfacial Crack, Q. J. Mech. Appl. Math., 58(2), 1 - 23.

27.  Li, S., To, A.C., and Glaser, S.D. (2005), On Scattering by an Interfacial Crack in Piezoelectric Materials, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 72, 943-954.

28.  To, A.C., and Glaser, S.D., (2005), Full Waveform Inversion of a 3-D Dislocation Inside an Artificial Rock, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 285(4-5), 835 - 857.

29.  Moore, J.R., Glaser, S.D., Morrison, H.F., and Hoversten, G.M., (2004), The Streaming Potential Coupling Coefficient of Liquid Carbon Dioxide Injected into Water Saturated Berea Sandstone, Geophysical Research Letters, 31(17), L17610.

30.  Ching, J., To, A., and Glaser, S.D. (2004), Acoustic Emission Source Deconvolution: Bayes vs. Minimax, Fourier vs. Wavelets, and Linear vs. Nonlinear, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,115(6), 3048 - 3058.

31.  Baise, L.R., Glaser, S.D., and Dreger, D., (2003), Site Response at Treasure and Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco Bay, California, ASCE Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 129(6), 415-426.

32.  Ching, J., and Glaser, S.D. (2003), Tracking Rapidly Changing Dynamical Systems Using a Semi-Parametric Statistical Method Based on Wavelets, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 32, 2377–2406.

33.  Ching, J., and Glaser, S.D., (2003), Identification of Soil Degradation During Earthquake Excitations by Bayesian Inference, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 32, 845–869.

34.  Baise, L.G., Hutchings, L., and Glaser, S. (2003), Analysis of Site Response at Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco Bay, California from Weak Motion Recordings, Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, 42(3-4).

35.  Baise, L.G., Dreger, D.S., and Glaser, S.D. (2003), Modeling of the Northern San Francisco Bay Velocity Structure for the 18 August 1999 Bolinas Earthquake, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,93(1), 65–479.

36.  Baise, L.G., Glaser, S.D., and Sugano, T. (2001), Consistency of Dynamic Site Response at Port Island, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 30(6), 803-818.

37.  Ching, J., and Glaser, S.D. (2001), Time Domain Solution of 1-D Shear Wave Propagation in Layered Media, ASCE J. Geotechnical Engineering, 127(1), 36-47.

38.  Baise, L.G., and Glaser, S.D. (2000), Consistency of Site Response Estimates Made Using System Identification, Bulletin, Seismological Society of America,90(4), 993-1009.

39.  Ching, J., and Glaser, S.D. (2000), A Time-Domain Moment Tensor Inversion Technique and Its Verification, ASCE Geotechnical Special Pub. #102, Trends in Rock Mechanics, 140-151.

40.  Glaser, S.D., and Baise, L.G. (2000), System Identification Estimation of Soil Properties at the Lotung Site, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 19(6), 521-531.

41.  Glaser, S.D., and Doolin, D. (1999), 1998 ARMA Forum - New Directions for U.S. Rock Mechanics, International Journal of Rock Mechanics, (invited paper), 37, 683-698.

42.  Glaser, S.D. (1998), Comment on Paper O. Moustachi and J.F. Thimus: P-Wave Attenuation in Creeping Rock and System Identification, Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, 31(4), 251-254.

43.  Glaser, S.D., Dudley, J.W., and Shlyapobersky, J. (1998), Active and Passive Acoustic Imaging Inside a Large-Scale Polyaxial Hydraulic Fracture Test, ASTM STP, Nondestructive and Automated Testing of Soil and Rock Properties.

44.  Glaser, S. D., and Hand, M. Y. (1998), Imaging of Rock Fractures with Low-Frequency Ultrasonic Reflection/Diffraction, Geotechnical Testing Journal, 21(4), 317-327.

45.  Glaser, S. D., Weiss, G., and Johnson, L.R. (1998), Body Waves Recorded Inside an Elastic Half-Space by an Embedded, Wideband Velocity Sensor, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 104(3), 1404-1412.

46.  Weiss, G. and Glaser, S. D. (1998), Design and Absolute Calibration of an Embedded, Wideband Velocity Sensor, Transportation Research Record 1614, 43-51.

47.  Dudley, J.W., Arasteh, M.M., Chudnovsky, A., Ma, J., and Glaser, S.D. (1997), Broadband Acoustic Emission Observations During Fracture Propagation in Rock-like Material, International Journal of Rock Mechanics, 34(3-4), paper # 083.

48.  Glaser, S. D. (1996), Insight Into Liquefaction by System Identification, Geotechnique, 46(4), 641-655.

49.  Glaser, S. D. (1995), System Identification and its Application to Estimating Soil Properties, ASCE Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 121(7), 553-560.

50.  Glaser, S. D. and Chung, R. M. (1995), In Situ Methods for Estimating Liquefaction Potential, EERI Spectra, 11(3), 431 - 455.

51.  Glaser, S. D. (1994), Surface Displacements due to Earthquake Excitation of Saturated Sands, EERI Spectra, 10(3), 489-518.

52.  Glaser, S. D., and Nelson P.P. (1992), High-Fidelity Waveform Detection for Acoustic Emissions From Rock, Materials Evaluation, 50(3), 354-366.

53.  Glaser, S. D., and Nelson P.P. (1992), Acoustic Emissions Produced by Discrete Fracture in Rock–Part 2: Kinematics of crack growth during controlled Mode I and Mode II loading of rock, International Journal of Rock Mechanics, 29(3), 253-265.

54.  Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P. (1992), Variety of AE Waveforms Produced by Discrete Crack Growth in Rock, Journal of Acoustic Emission, 10, s1-s12.

55.  Nelson, P. P., and Glaser, S. D., (1992), Acoustic Emissions Produced by Discrete Fracture in Rock: Part 1: Effects of system; source location and orientation effects, International Journal of Rock Mechanics, 29(3), 237-251.

Archival Journals - in Review

56.  Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., and Bales, R., (2011).  Monitoring Hydrologic Phenomena: Wireless Sensor Networks, Water Resources Research, submitted.

57.  Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., and Bales, R., (2011).  Monitoring Hydrologic Phenomena: Sensor Placement and Sampling Design, Water Resources Research, submitted.

Patents Filed

58.  “The sensor apparatus having the wireless data transmission function, and the operation method, and construction of sensor system with this sensor apparatus.” Shingo Boda, Hiroshi Aoki, Kauhide Miki, Steven D. Glaser,  Japanese Patent 2005-129644.

59.  “Wireless Wildfire Monitoring System.” David M. Doolin, Steven D. Glaser, Nicholas Sitar. Provisional patent application, UC case number B04-102-1

60.  "Method and Apparatus for Instantaneously Determining the Water-To-Cement Ratio of Fresh Concrete and Mortar."  Monteiro, P.J., Mancio, M., Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D. UC case number B07-113.

Books and Chapters

61.  Bales, R.C., Conklin, M.H., Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., Hopmans, J.W., Hunsaker, C.T., Meadows, M., and Hartsough, P.C., 2011, Sampling Strategies in Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry, Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions, Ecological Studies 216, D.F. Levia et al. (eds.), DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-1363-5_2, Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

62.  McLaskey, G., and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  Nanoseismic Measurement of the Localized Initiation of Sliding Friction,  Proc. Batsheva de Rothschild Seminar on Shear Physics and the Mezzo-Scale in Earthquake and Landslide Mechanics, EinGedi, Israel, January 2009. Editors, Y. Hatzor, J. Sulem and I. Vardoulakis, CRC Press.

63.  Grosse, C.U., Gehlen, C., Glaser, S.D., (2007). Sensing Methods in Civil Engineering for an Efficient Construction Management. In C. Grosse (Ed.): Advances in Construction Materials. Springer: Heidelberg, 549 - 561.

64.  Committee on Geological and Geotechnical Engineering in the New Millennium, (2006).  Geological and Geotechnical Engineering in the New Millennium: Opportunities for Research and Technological Innovation. National Academies Press: Washington, 206 p.

Books Edited

65.  Labuz, J.F.,  Glaser, S.D., and Dawson, E.; Editors, (2000), Trends in Rock Mechanics, Geotechnical Special Pub. #102, ASCE: Reston, VA.

Refereed Conference and Symposium Proceedings

66.  Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., Dracup, J.A., and Bales, R.C., (2010).  Hybrid System Model of Seasonal Snowpack Water Balance.  Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control, 13th International Conference, Stockholm, October 19, 2010.

67.  Cuevas, N.H., Rector III, J.W., Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D., (2010).  Electrokinetic Coupling in Hydraulic Fracture Propagation.  Proceedings, Society of Explorational Geologists Annual Conference, RC-1.3, 1721 – 1725.

68.  Vehkaoja, A., Iyengar, S., Zakrzewski, M., Jafari, R., Bajcsy, R., Glaser, S.D, Lekkala, J., and Sastry, S, (2007), A Resource Optimized Physical Movement Monitoring Scheme for Environmental and on-Body Sensor Networks, HealthNet07/Mibisys,  San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 11 - 14, paper #1569043162.

69.  Jafari, R., Bajcsy, R., Glaser, S.D., Gnade, B., Sgroi, M., and Sastry, S., (2007), Platform Design for Health-care Monitoring Applications,  Joint Workshop On High Confidence Medical Devices, Software, and Systems (HCMDSS) and Medical Device Plug-and-Play (MD PnP) Interoperability,  June 25-27, 2007 Boston.

 

70.  Jafari, R., Li, W., Bajcsy, R., Glaser, S.D., and Sastry, S., (2007), Physical Activity Monitoring for Assisted Living at Home.  4th International Workshop on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks, March 2007, Aachen, Germany, 213 - 220.

71.  Kim, S., Pakzad, S., Culler, D.E., Demmel, J., Fenves, G., Glaser, S.D., and Turon, M., (2007), Health Monitoring of Civil Infrastructures Using Wireless Sensor Networks. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN 2007), Cambridge, MA, April 2007, ACM Press.

72.  To, A.C., and Glaser, S.D. (2003), Inversion of the Kinematics of a Simulated Crack Inside an Artificial Rock, Proceedings, 39th U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium/12th Panamerican Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, MIT.

73.  Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D. (2003), Large-Scale Physical Modeling of Water Injection into Geothermal Reservoirs and Correlation to Self Potential Measurements, Proceedings, 39th U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium/12th Panamerican Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, MIT.

74.  Gaskins, L.R., Glaser, S.D., and Sugano, T. (1998), System Identification Validation of Shake Table Models of the Port Island Quay Wall, Proceedings, ASCE Geo-Institute 1998 Specialty Conference.

75.  Gaskins, L.R., Glaser, S.D. (1998), System Identification Analyses of Vertical Array Ground Motion Data, Proceedings, 12th ASCE Symposium on Engineering Mechanics, Seattle.

76.  Glaser, S. D. (1998), Acoustic Emission: Where Do We Go From Here, Proceedings, 6th Conference on Acoustic Emission/Microseismic Activity in Geological Structures and Materials, Penn. State, 611 - 614.

77.  Glaser, S. D. (1994), Understanding Discrete Fracture Growth in Rock by Interpreting Acoustic Emissions,  ASCE Geotechnical Special Publication #43, 70-85.

Refereed Technical Reports

78.  Glaser, S.D., and Doolin, D. (1999), New Directions in Rock Mechanics – A Forum Sponsored by the American Rock Mechanics Association, report to the National Science Foundation, 33.

79.  Glaser, S.D., and Pescovitz, D., (2003), National Workshop on Future Sensing Systems, Living, Nonliving, and Energy Systems, a Report to the National Science Foundation, Lake Tahoe, August 26-28, 2002, p. 43.

80.  Glaser, S. D. (1993), Estimating In Situ Liquefaction Potential and Permanent Ground Displacements due to Liquefaction for the Siting of Lifelines, NISTIR 5150.

81.  Glaser, S. D. (1993), Estimating Soil Parameters important for Lifeline Siting using System Identification Techniques, NISTIR 5143.

82.  Glaser, S. D. (1987),  Central Texas Superconducting Super collider Submission; Vol. 3, Geology and Tunneling, Central Texas Superconducting Super Collider Foundation.

Other Publications:

Technical Reports

83.  Kim, S., Pakzad, S., Culler, D.E., Demmel, J., Fenves, G., Glaser, S., and Turon, M., (2006).  Health Monitoring of Civil Infrastructures Using Wireless Sensor Networks.  Technical Report No. UCB/EECS-2006-121, EECS Dept., Univ. California, Berkeley.

84.  Onishi, C.T., Dobson, P., Nakagawa, S., Glaser, S., and Galic, D. (2004), Geologic Investigation of a Potential Site for a Next-Generation Reactor Neutrino Oscillation Experiment – Diablo Canyon, San Luis Obispo County, CA, report to LBNL, p.34

85.  Mitrani, J., Goethals, J., and Glaser, S.D., (2002), Field Testing of Wireless Interactive Sensor Nodes, report submitted to Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, February 13, 2002.

86.  Gaskins, L.R., and Glaser, S.D., (1998), Quantification of the Systematic Effects of Actual Soil Properties on Expected Ground Motion in Soil and Soft Rock, PEER Report #003 to PG&E-PEER Directed Studies Program.

87.  Glaser, S. D. and Leeds, A. (1996), Preliminary Processing of the Lotung LSST Data, NIST GCR 96-690.

88.  Glaser, S. D. and Leeds, A. (1996), Estimation of System Damping at the Lotung Site by Application of System Identification, NIST GCR 96-700

Conference and Symposium Proceedings

89.  Sherman, C.S., Magliocco, M., and Glaser, S.D., (2011).  Developing a rock mass tilt and seismic observatory at DUSEL.  Proceedings, 42nd U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, paper 11-526.

90.  Bakun-Mazor, D., Hatzor, Y. H., Glaser, S. D., Santamarina, J. C., (2011).  Climatic Effects on Key-Block Motion: Evidence From the Rock Slopes of Masada World Heritage Site.  Proceedings, 42nd U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, paper 11-487

91.  Kerkez, B., Rice, R., Glaser, S.D., Bales, R., Meadows, M., and Saksa, P., (2011), Wireless Sensor Networks for Distributed Snow Depth Monitoring in the Sierra Nevada, Western Snow Conference, 2011, Lake Tahoe, CA.

92.  Magliocco, M., Kneafsey, T.J., Pruess, K., and Glaser, S.D., (2011), Laboratory Experimental Study of Heat Extraction from Porous Media by Means of CO2.  Proceedings, Thirty-Sixth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California, January 31 - February 2, 2011, SGP-TR-191r

93.  Kerkez, B., and Glaser, S.D., (2011), Leveraging Real-Time Hydrologic Data for the Control of Large-Scale Water Distribution Systems in the Sierra Nevada. SPIE Smart Structures and Materials 2010, San Diego.

94.  Kerkez B., Rice, R., Glaser, S.D., Bales, R., and Saksa, P., (2010), Design and Development of a Wireless Sensor Network to Monitor Snow Depth in Multiple Catchments in the American River Basin, California: Hardware Selection and Sensor Placement Techniques.  Eos Transactions, AGU, San Francisco, CA, Fall Meeting, 2010, Abstract IN34A-07, (Best Student Paper Award).

95.  Meadows M. , Kerkez, B., Hartsough, P., Lucas, R., Bales, R., Hopmans, J., and Glaser, S.D., (2010), Comparing Plot-Scale Sensor Measurements to the Watershed Level: a Comprehensive Case Study of Snow Depth and Soil Moisture in the Southern Sierra Nevada, California.  Eos Transactions, AGU, San Francisco, CA, Fall Meeting, 2010, Abstract C13C-03.

96.  Kerkez B., and Glaser, S.D., (2010), SmartDust in Environmental Monitoring. Case Studies from California, WAMS 2010, Wireless Applications for Machines and Systems, Akustiikka, Ylivieska, Dec. 13, 2010.

97.  Tien, I., Glaser, S.D., and Aminoff, M., (2010), Characterization of Gait Abnormalities in Parkinson´s Disease Using a Wireless Inertial Sensor System, Proceedings, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 31 - September 4, 2010.

98.  McLaskey, G.C., and Glaser, S.D., (2010).  Mechanisms of Sliding Friction Studied with an Array of Industrial Conical Piezoelectric Sensors.  SPIE Smart Structures and Materials 2010, San Diego, 7647, paper 76471B-1.

99.  Bakun-Mazor, D., Hatzor, Y.H., and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  3D DDA vs. Analytical Solutions for Dynamic Sliding of a Tetrahedral Wedge.  Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Analysis of Discontinuous Deformation, eds. MA G., Zhou Y., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore: Research Publishing Services, 193-200.

100.   Parkkila, T., and Glaser, S.D., (2009). Incremental Updateable Control Systems on an FPGA.  Proceedings, 2nd IFAC International Conference on Intelligent Control Systems and Signal Processing, ICONS 2009, Istanbul, Turkey, 21-23 September, 2009.

101.   Tien, I., and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  Structural Health Monitoring and Evaluation of Human Gait to Assist in the Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease.  Proceedings, 7th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, Stanford, CA.

102.   Kerkez, B., and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  Remote Sensing and Monitoring Strategies of Large Scale Natural Systems Subjected to Extreme Conditions.  Proceedings 5th Workshop of the Asian-Pacific Network of Centers for Research in Smart Structure Technology.

103.   Glaser, S.D., and Parkkila, T., (2009).  Sensor Networks in the Real World.  ECRM News, 76, 16 - 17.

104.   Van Beek, J.K., Roggenthen, W.M., Magliocco, M., and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  Rock Mechanics And Subsurface Imaging at DUSEL, Homestake Mine.  ROCKENG09:Proceedings of the 3rd CANUS Rock Mechanics Symposium, Toronto, paper 4155.

105.   McLaskey, G. and Glaser, S.D., (2009).  High-Fidelity Conical Piezoelectric Transducers and Finite Element Models Utilized to Quantify Elastic Waves Generated from Ball Collisions.  SPIE Smart Structures and Materials 2009, San Diego, 7292, paper 0S-1-8.

106.   McLaskey, G. and Glaser, S.D., (2008). Impact of Small Steel Spheres Quantified by Stress Wave Measurement, Proceedings, Inaugural International Conference of the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute, Minneapolis, May, 2008, paper m1101.

107.   McLaskey, G. Glaser, S.D., and Grosse, C.U., (2008), Array Signal Processing Techniques for Acoustic Emission Analysis on Large Concrete Structures, Proceedings, Inaugural International Conference of the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute, Minneapolis, May, 2008, paper m2303.

108.   Grosse, C.U., Krüger, M., Glaser, S.D., and McLaskey, G.C., (2008), Bridge Monitoring Using Wireless Sensors and Acoustic Emission Techniques, Proceedings, Inaugural International Conference of the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute, Minneapolis, May, 2008, paper m1102.

109.   McLaskey, G., Glaser, S., and Grosse, C., (2008), Acoustic Emission Beamforming for Enhanced Damage Detection, SPIE Smart Structures and Materials 2008, San Diego, March, 2008, Vol. 6932, paper 6938.

110.   Grosse, C.U., McLaskey, G.C., Bachmaier, S., Glaser, S.D., and Krüger, M., (2008), A Hybrid Wireless Sensor Network for Acoustic Emission Testing in SHM. SPIE Smart Structures and Materials 2008, San Diego, March, 2008, Vol. 6932, paper 6923.

111.   Glaser, S.D., Roggenthen, W., Johnson, L.R., and Majer, E.L., (2007), Towards a Transparent Earth. Proceedings, First Canada - U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, 1097 - 1104.

112.   Galic, D., Glaser, S.D., and Goodman, R.E., (2007), Shear Testing of a Model Dam Monolith Under Varying Lateral Constraint Conditions. Proceedings, First Canada - U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, 763 - 769.

113.   Moore, J.R., Sanders, J.W., Cuffey, K.M. Haught, J.R., and Glaser, S.D., (2007), Seismic Monitoring of Rockfall, Helmet Mountain, British Columbia. Proceedings, First Canada - U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, 895 - 900.

114.   Glaser, S.D., Li, H., Wang, M.L., and Ou, J., (2007), US-China Joint Task Force On Integrated Structural Health Monitoring.  World Forum on Smart Materials and Smart Structures Technology, Chongqing, May 22-24, 2007, paper #3.

115.   McLaskey, G.C., Glaser, S.D., Grosse, C.U., (2007), Integrating Broad-Band High-Fidelity Acoustic Emission Sensors and Array Processing to Study Drying Shrinkage Cracking in Concrete.  SPIE, Smart Structures and Materials 2007: Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and Aerospace Systems, March 18 - 20, Vol. 6519, 65290C-1 - 9.

116.   Glaser, S.D., (2006), Downhole Seismic Arrays and System Identification of Soil Response, 4th International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan, paper #315.

117. Grosse, C.U., Glaser, S.D., and Krüger, M., (2006), Condition Monitoring of Concrete Structures Using Wireless Sensor Networks and MEMS, Smart Structures and Materials 2006: Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and Aerospace Systems, edited by Masayoshi Tomizuka, et al., Proc. of SPIE Vol. 6174, 61741C.

118. Grosse, C.U., Glaser S.D., and Krüger, M., (2006), Wireless Acoustic Emission Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring in Civil Engineering, Proceedings, 9th European Conference on Non-Destructive Testing, Berlin, 25 - 29 September, DGZfP BB-103-CD, Tu.1.7.3.

119.   Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D.,  (2006), The Origins of the Self-Potential Response During Hydraulic Fracturing, Eos Transactions AGU, 87(52) Fall Meet. Suppl., Abs. NS21A-04.

120.   Ikegawa, Y, Glaser, S.D. Karasaki, K, Ito, K., Aki, H., Sawada, M., (2006), Proposal for Ubiquitous Monitoring of Ground Environments and its Wireless Communication Test, Proceedings, 35th Symposium on Rock Mechanics, Kyoto Jan. 12-12, 2006, pp.383-388.

121.   Galic, D., Moore, J.R. and Glaser, S.D., (2006), Tracking the Motion of a Prismatic Test Block with an Array of Laser Sensors, Proceedings, 41th U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, Golden, CO, June 17 - 21, 2006, paper ARMA/USRMS 06-971.

122.   Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D., (2006), The Self-Potential Response During Hydraulic Fracturing of Sierra Granite, Proceedings, 31st Stanford Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering.

123.   Pakzad, S.N., Kim, S., Fenves, G.L., Glaser, S.D., Culler, D.E., and Demmel, J.W., (2005), Multi-purpose Wireless Accelerometer for Civil Infrastructure Monitoring, Structural Health Monitoring 2005, Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, 125 - 132.

124.   Galic, D and Glaser, S.D., (2005), Outline of a method for determining the three dimensional failure route of a sliding block, Proceedings, 40th U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, Anchorage Alaska, June 25, 2005

125.   Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D., (2005), Self-Potential Observations During Hydraulic Fracturing in the Laboratory, Eos Transactions AGU, 86(52) Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H41F-0476.

126.   Moore, J.R., and Glaser, S.D., (2005), Self potential observations during hydraulic fracturing in the laboratory, Proceedings, 40th U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, Anchorage Alaska, June 25, 2005

127.   Glaser, S.D., (2005), Advanced Sensors for Monitoring Our Environment, keynote presentation, Proceedings, 1st International Symposium on Advanced Technology of Vibration and Sound, Miyajima, Japan, 1-3, June, 93 - 100.

128.   Chen, M., Glaser, S.D., and Oberheim, T. (2005), A MEMS-based Vertical Seismic Array, Proceedings, SPIE Symposium on Smart Structures & Materials/ NDE 2005, San Diego, California, March 8-10, 2005, 386 - 394.

129.   Moore, J.R., Sanders. J.W, Clague, J.J., and Glaser, S.D., (2004), Detecting Seepage Through a Natural Moraine Dam Using the Self-Potential Method, Eos Transactions AGU, 85(47) Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H23A-1113.

130.   Glaser, S.D., and Chen, M., (2004), TerraScope - a MEMS-based vertical seismic array, Proceeding, Third International Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Nanjing, China, October 21, 2004, 830 - 835.

131.   Glaser, S.D., (2004), Some Real-World Applications of Wireless Sensor Nodes, Proceedings, SPIE Symposium on Smart Structures & Materials/ NDE 2004, San Diego, California, March 14-18, 2004, 344 - 355.

132.   Glaser, S.D., Moore, J. (2004), Laboratory Observations of an Advancing Boiling Front in a Porous Medium and Correlation to Self Potential Measurements,  Proceedings, 29th Stanford Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering.

133.   Moore, J.R., Glaser, S.D., Morrison, H.F., and Hoversten, G.M., (2003), The Streaming Potential Coupling Coefficient of Liquid Carbon Dioxide Injected Into Water Saturated Berea Sandstone, Eos Transactions AGU, 84(46) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract GC32A-0204.

134.   Glaser, S.D., Moore, J., Kim, H.-J., and Talesnick, M., (2002), Large-Scale Microsiesmic/ERT Laboratory Experiments to Determine EGS Response to Water Injection, Proceedings, 27th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California, January 28-30, 2002, SGP-TR-171.

135.   Ching, J.-Y., and Glaser, S.D., (2000), The Evaluation of Green’s Function of 2-D Elastic Body using Boundary  Element Method with Delay-Bandlimiting Technique, Proc., 14th Engineering Mechanics Conference, ASCE.

136.   Ching, J.-Y., and Glaser, S.D., (2000), State-Space Modeling of an Elastodynamic Problem and its Application for Inversion of a Seismic Source, Progress in Acoustic Emission, 15th Int. Acoustic Emission Symposium, Tokyo, Sept. 11-14., pp. 117-122.

137.   Gaskins, L.R., Ching, J.-Y., and Glaser, S.D. (2000), Fundamental Aspects of Site Response Determined from Inversion of Vertical Array Data,  Proceedings, 12th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Auckland, New Zealand.  Selected for presentation.

138.   Ching, J.-Y., and Glaser, S.D., (1999), Identification of Damage Mechanisms of Rocks by time Domain Inversion of Full Waveforms, Proceedings, 37th U.S. Symposium on Rock Mechanics.

139.   Dudley, J.W., Arasteh, M.M., Chudnovsky, A., Ma, J., and Glaser, S.D. (1997), Broadband Acoustic Emission Observations During Fracture Propagation in Rock-like Material, Proceedings, 36th U.S. Symposium on Rock Mechanics, New York City.  Paper #83.

140.   Weiss, G. and Glaser, S. D. (1997), Analysis of Body-Wave signals From Large Scale Laboratory Hydraulic Fracturing Tests, Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Acoustic Emission/Microseismic Activity in Geologic Structures and Materials, 489-504.

141.   Hand, M. Y. and Glaser, S. D. (1996),  Active Imaging of Microfractures in Rock,  Proceedings, 2nd North American Rock Mechanics Symposium, Vol. 2.   Balkema, Rotterdam, 1543-1549.

142.   Weiss, G. and Glaser, S. D. (1996), Aspects of an Embeddible High-Fidelity Acoustic Emission Transducer, Proceedings, 13th International Acoustic Emission Symposium, The Japanese Society for Non-destructive Investigation, Nara, Japan, 321-326.

143.   Glaser, S. D. (1995), A Non-Destructive Method of Estimating Properties of Soil Subjected to Earthquake Strong Motion,  Earthquake Engineering Site Characterization Workshop, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, June 27-28, 1995.

144.   Glaser, S. D. (1995), Integrated Process Automation Technology for Underground Construction, Taiwan-U.S. Workshop for Joint Research in Geotechnical Engineering, sponsored by the NSF, Jan. 9-11, 1995, Taipei, Taiwan.

145.   Glaser, S. D. (1995), Application of Nondestructive Evaluation Methods to Geotechnology, U.S.-Scandinavian Geotechnical Workshop,  NSF, June 1994, Trondheim, Norway.

146.   Glaser, S. D. (1994), Application of Parametric Models for Estimation of Soil Parameters, Proceedings, 8th International Conference of the Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics, 1, 575-580.

147.   Glaser, S. D. (1993), Evaluation of Ground Displacement and Its Effect on Lifeline Performance. N. J. Raufaste, Proc. 24th joint panel meeting of the U.S.Japan cooperative program in wind and seismic effects. 25 Gaithersburg, MD.  Gaithersburg, MD: NIST.

148.   Glaser, S. D. (1991), Development of a High-Fidelity, Embedded Displacement Transducer, Proceedings, Fourth World Meeting on Acoustic Emission, ASNT:  Columbus.

149.   Glaser, S.D., and Chung, R.M. (1995), Evaluation of Liquefying Soil Through Time Using System Identification, Proceedings, Fifth US-Japan Workshop on Earthquake Resistant Design of Lifeline Facilities and Countermeasures Against Soil Liquefaction, 331-346.

150.   Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P. (1992), System Effects of AE Waveforms From Known Sources, Proceedings, Fifth Conference on Acoustic Emission/Microseismic Activity in Geologic Structures and Materials, The Pennsylvania State University.

151.   Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P. (1990), Correlation of Quantitative AE Waveforms with Discrete Fracture Mechanisms in Rock, Proceedings, 10th International Acoustic Emission Symposium, Japanese Society for Non-destructive Investigation, Sendai, Japan, 414-421.

152.   Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P. (1990), Decoding AE Waveforms Produced In Rock, Proceedings, American Society Nondestructive Testing Spring Conference, San Antonio.

153.   Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P. (1989), Characterization of AE Waveforms Produced By Rock During Mode I and Mode II Crack Propagation, Proceedings, 30th U.S. Symposium on Rock Mechanics, Morgantown, WVA. Balkema, Rotterdam, 639-646.

154.   Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P. (1989), Characterization of AE Waveforms Produced By Rock During Mode I and Mode II Crack Propagation, Proceedings, ISRM International Symposium, Rock at Great Depths, Pau, France. Balkema, Rotterdam, 249-256.

155.   Glaser, S. D., and Nelson, P. P.  (1989), Quantitative Characterization of Acoustic Emission Waveforms Produced by Discrete Mode I Crack Propagation, Proceedings, International Conference on Recent Developments in the Fracture of Concrete and Rock. Wales, Great Britain. Elsevier, London, 111-120.

156.   Nelson, P. P., O'Rourke, T. D., and Glaser, S. D., (1985), TBM System Down Time – Causes, Frequency, and Duration on Six Tunnel Projects, Proceedings, 1985 Rapid Excavation and Tunneling Conference, Society of Mining Engineers, 751-770.

157.   Nelson, P. P., and Glaser, S. D., (1985), Acoustic Emission Monitoring During Discrete Fracture Propagation in Large Volume Rock Specimens, Proceedings, Fourth Conference on Acoustic Emission/Microseismic Activity in Geologic Structures and Materials, Penn. St.

Interviews in Popular Media

•      “Getting to the Root of California’s Water Cycle,” Western Farm Press, August, 2011, http://westernfarmpress.com/irrigation/getting-root-california-s-water-cycle

•      “A Critical Research Zone in the Sierra,” University of California Research Video, July 26, 2011, http://research.universityofcalifornia.edu/video/2011/07/
Video by Nick Strayer, Office of the President

•      “Getting to the Root of the Water Cycle,” University of California Research, July, 2011, http://research.universityofcalifornia.edu/stories/2011/07/merced-water.html

•      “Researchers Measure Snow Pack With Wireless Sensors,” February KTVU Channel 2 News, https://vimeo.com/31410192

•      “Wireless Networks Could Improve Water Forecasting,” Western Farm Press, January, 2011, http://westernfarmpress.com/equipment/wireless-networks-could-improve-water-forecasting

•      “US Geothermal,” APTN/Horizons, Kimberly Chase, Nov., 2009.

•      Science Today Radio Program, April, 2004

•      “Brainy Buildings,” Interior Design, March, 2004

•      article on smart dust, Sciences et Avenir, March, 2004

•      “Smart Dust Motes,” Government Technology magazine, Feb., 2004

•      “An Innovative Way to get the Nitty-Gritty on Dirt,” BusinessWeek, Jan. 19, 2004

•      “March of the Motes,” NewScientist, cover story, Aug. 23, 2003

•      “Tiny remote sensors could reshape research,” San Jose Mercury News, Aug. 12, 2003

•      “Smart Bricks, or a Dumb Idea?,” Wired News, June 20, 2003

•      “Casting the Wireless Sensor Net,” MIT Technology Review, feature article on embedded sensor networks for environmental/structural monitoring, Greg Huang, July, 2003

•      “Engineers Help Preserve Ancient Structures With New “Smart” Sensor Technology,” Engineering Times, July, 2003

•      “Go Digital”, BBC World Service Radio, May, 2003

•      Wired magazine, April, 2003

•      "Sensor Networks from the Silk Road to the Dead Sea," LabNotes, 3(3), UC Berkeley COE, April 2003

•      NY Times, Iraq and Tunnels, interviewed by Andy Revkin, March, 20, 2003

•      “How the Pentagon is (indirectly) helping restore Chinese cave paintings,” The Art Newspaper, August, 2002

•      “How much Stress Can a Poor Rock Stand?” Forefront magazine, Spring, 2002

•      “Tiny Sensors Measure Building Health: Matchbox-sized computers placed on critical beams and columns could monitor structural integrity.,” By Blanche Shaheen, Tech Live (TechTV), January 9, 2002

•      “Small Sensors Help Measure Building Damage after Quakes,” Small Times, Aug., 2001

UNIVERSITY SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

A.  University Service

      1.  Department

            Chair, Operational Committee for the Civil Systems Engineering Program

Chair, Departmental Committee on Information Technology, Systems Engineering

            Executive Committee

            Strategic Planning Committee

            Graduate Studies Committee

            Energy and Climate Program Committee

            Ad Hoc committee on Systems Program

            Ad Hoc committee on surge from Old Davis

            Departmental search committee for Shop Superintendant

            Departmental Space Committee

            Admissions Officer, GeoEngineering

            Admissions Officer, Civil Systems program

            Graduate Advisor, GeoEngineering

            Graduate Advisor, Systems program

            Faculty advisor, student chapter ASCE

            Undergraduate Advisor

      2.  College

            Leader, Intelligent Infrastructure Theme, CITRIS

            Academic Senate Liaison for the review of the EECS department

Member, EECS Department's Computer, Network and Instructional Labs Committee

            Member, Graduate Group in Applied Science & Technology

            Member, Taskforce on a Common Undergraduate Curriculum

            Member, Committee on Energy and Resources

            Member, Jane Lewis Fellowship Committee

            Member, Computing, Networking, and Instructional Laboratories Committee

      3.  University

            Chair, Berkeley Seismological Laboratory Advisory Committee

            Member, Committee on Research

            Member, Chancellor’s Committee on Sustainability

            Member, Research Equipment Grant review for Vice Chancellor for Research

            Member, NSF Partnerships for International Research and Education Grant review for Vice Chancellor for Research

            Member, Academic Senate Disaster Preparedness Work Group

      4.  University of California, System-Wide

            Member, Committee on Research Policy

B. Professional Activities

      1.  Some Invited lectures

“From Earthquakes to Acoustic Emissions: Non-Destructive Testing and Civil Engineering,” NDTMS-2011 International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing of Materials and Structures, May 15-18, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey

“Absolute Calibration of an Acoustic Emission Sensor,” NDTMS-2011 International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing of Materials and Structures, May 15-18, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey

“Intelligent Infrastructure for Improving the Public Well-Being,” Hong Kong Polytechnic University, August, 20, 2010.

“Dynamic Measurements and Response Control for Some Natural Hazards,” International workshop of Technology and Management for Emergency Response, Institute for Information Industry, Taipei, Taiwan, 20 - 22 December, 2009

“Transparent Earth Imaging Team,” DUSEL S-4 Kick-Off Workshop, Lead, SD, 1 - 3 October, 2009.

“Calibration of High-fidelity piezoelectric nanoseismic transducers, leading to a study of Hertzian impact and fundamental friction,” Department of Civil and environmental Engineering, McGill University, Montreal 28 July, 2009.

“Intelligent Structural Health Monitoring Systems,” Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, 28 May, 2009

“Improving the Public Well-Being,” Berkeley-Siemens Research Center Kick-Off meeting, UC Berkeley, 9 April, 2009.

“Nanoseismic Investigation of the Mechanisms of Friction,” Mezzo-Scale Shear Physics in Earthquake and Landslide Mechanics, Batsheva Seminar, 25-30 January 2009, EinGedi, Israel

“Adaptive multi-level virtual-controller interactive physical information system - AdapSys,” FIMECC Ltd., Helsinki, Finland, 18 January, 2009.

“Sensors for Intelligent Infrastructure,” VTT-Micronova, Espoo, Finland, 17 January, 2009.

“Intelligent Infrastructure,” VTT-Industrial Control Laboratory, Oulu, Finland, 16 January, 2009.

“Intelligent Infrastructure: Clean Energy and Environment,” Tienjin University Workshop on Energy and Environment, Tienjin, China, 12 January, 2009.

General Chair, Fifth International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems, SICE/IEEE Sensors Council, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, 13 ~ 15 June, 2008.

“Intelligent Infrastructure,” Keynote,  KTH; Stockholm, EU-US Workshop on Networked Information and Control Systems, 18 June, 2008

“Health Monitoring,” Cambridge University.  ESF-NSF Workshop Proposal: Sensor Networks for Civil Infrastructure Systems, 28 April, 2008

“Transparent Earth,” DUSEL-NSF Planning Workshop, Lead, S.D., 21 April, 2008

“Improving the Public Well-Being,” Siemens-UC Berkeley Strategic Partnership Centre for Knowledge Interchange Workshop, 9 April, 2008

“Comprehensive Wireless Monitoring and Control of StatoilHydro's Integrated Infrastructure,” Executive Visit by StatoilHydro to UC-Berkeley, 6 March, 2008

“Post Earthquake Stability of the Folsom Dam,” U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Sacramento Region, 28 January, 2008.

“Using Sensors,” Dalian University of Technology, 6 January, 2008

“Monitoring Multiscale Vibration,” Dalian University of Technology, 7 January, 2008

“Acoustic Emission: Scale, Sources and Sensors,” Harbin Institute of Technology, 5 January, 2008

“Using Sensors,” Harbin Institute of Technology, 4 January, 2008

“Friction,” Harbin Institute of Technology, 4 January, 2008

“Improving the Public Well-Being,” UC-Berkeley Technical Workshop for TEKES Technical Research Executives, 10 October, 2007

“Instrumentation and Synergy,”, DUSEL Town Meeting, Washington, D.C., 18 November, 2007

“World Forum on Smart Materials and Smart Structures Technology, Chongqing, China, 23 May, 2007

“Wireless Sensor Networks for Civil Engineering,” Wuhan University of Science and Technology, 9 December, 2006

“Acoustic Emission, Sources, and Friction,” Wuhan University of Science and Technology, 10 December, 2006

“Wireless Sensor Networks for Civil Engineering,” Wuhan University of Science and Technology, 10 December, 2006.

“System Identification of Soil Behavior from Vertical Seismic Arrays,” US - Taiwan Workshop on Smart Sensor Technology for Structural Health Monitoring, 15 October, 2006, Taipei, Taiwan

“System Identification of Earthquake Ground Motions,” US-Taiwan Workshop on Smart Structural Technology for Seismic Hazard Mitigation, 14 October, 2006, Taipei, Taiwan.

“Sensors for Structures,” VTT SmartSpace Project Wrap-Up Workshop, 1 December, 2006, Helsinki, Finland.

“Environmental Sensors for Infrastructure Condition Monitoring,” CITRIS in Japan Workshop, 10 April, 2006, Tokyo, Japan

“New Sensor Applications for Civil Infrastructure,” JapanRail Research Center, 11 April, 2006, Tokyo, Japan.

"Sensors for Civil Engineering," Contractor's workshop: New Sensor Applications for Civil Infrastructure, 13 April, 2006, Tokyo Japan.

"Sensors for Tunnels,” VTT Infra Project Wrap-Up Workshop, 2 March, 2006, Helsinki, Finland.

"Environmental Sensors for Infrastructure Condition Monitoring," CITRIS in Finland Workshop, 20 June, 2006, Helsinki, Finland.

“Fracture and Friction,” Ben-Gurion University, 9 January, 2006, BeerShiva, Israel.

“New Sensor Applications for Civil Infrastructure,” Keio University, 11 April, 2006, Tokyo, Japan.

“Geophysical and GeoEngineering Monitoring,” HomestakeDusel Workshop, 10 February, 2006, Lead, SD.

"Fracture and Friction," Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry, Japan, 12 April, 2006, Tokyo, Japan.

“New Sensor Technologies for Tunneling,” Mitsui-Sumatomo Construction Company, 12 April, 2006, Tokyo, Japan.

"Acoustic Emissions: Sources and Sensors," keynote speech, Richard Goodman Honorary Symposium, 14 January, 2006, Berkeley, CA.

"Sensor Networks for Construction," keynote speech, Workshop on New Sensors for the Construction Industry, Tokyo, Japan, 14, November, 2005.

“Advanced Monitoring Systems”, Nissan Motors Research Center, Atsugi-shi, Japan, 7 June, 2005.

“Advanced Sensors for Civil Engineers,” Central Research Institute of the Electrical Power Industry, Abiko, Japan 6 June, 2005.

“Advanced Sensors for Monitoring Our Environment”, keynote speech, 1st International Symposium on Advanced Technology of Vibration and Sound, Miyajima, Japan, 1-3, June

"A New Look at Acoustic Emissions," InstitutfuerWerkstoffeimBauwesen, Universitaet Stuttgart, Jan. 11, 2005

“New Sensors for Civil Engineering,” Taisei Construction Research Institute, Oct. 24, 2005.

“Advanced Sensors and Civil Engineering,” Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, Oct. 20, 2005

“Practical Sensor Systems for Civil Engineering,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Convention, Vancouver, July 28, 2004

“Some New Applications of Embedded Sensors for Civil Engineering,” University of Tokyo, Dept. of Civil Engineering, June 30, 2004.

“A Simplified Approach to Sensor Networks for Civil Applications,” VTT Building and Transport, Helsinki, Finland, May 28, 2004; workshop "New Technologies in the Management of Underground Infrastructure"

“New Sensor Technologies for Monitoring the Civil Systems,” Fiatech Web Conference on Smart Chips, Feb. 25, 2004

"New Sensors for Civil Engineering," Faculty of Engineering, The Technion, Haifa, Israel, June 17, 2003

"Intelligent Wireless Sensor Networks," Geophysical Institute of Israel, Lod, June 15, 2003

"Acoustic Emission - are we measuring what we think we are?" Geological Survey of Israel, June 10, 2003

"Acoustic Emission Sources and Sensors," given for the short course Rock Stress and Its Measurement, Professor Ove Stephansson, May 14, 2003, GeoForschungs Zentrum, Potsdam, Germany

"New Sensor Technologies for Civil Engineering," Institut fuer Werkstoffe im Bauwesen, Universitaet Stuttgart, May 8, 2003

"Experimental Greens Functions for Reliable Estimation of Earthquake Ground Motions," Institut fuer Werkstoffe im Bauwesen, Universitaet Stuttgart, May 6, 2003

"Application of Advanced Sensor Technologies to Civil Engineering, " Dept. of Structural Engineering, UCSD, April 7, 2003

“Cheap and Easy Structural Health Prognostication,” CAL IT2 Invited Lecture, UCI, Dec. 4, 2002.

"Future Sensing Systems," Earth Sciences Division, LBNL, Nov. 22, 2002

"Enhanced Geothermal Systems," Committee on Earth Resources NRC, Reno, NV, September 26 and 27, 2002

“Intelligent Wireless Sensor Networks for Historic Monument Preservation,” DunhuangAcadamy, Dunhuang, China, 14 June, 2002.

“Natural Hazard Mitigation,” Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, 9 June, 2002.

"Disaster Risk Reduction," New Directions in Technology, UC Berkeley in Silicon Valley, 1 June, 2002, San Jose.

"Civil Engineering Testbeds," CITRIS Kick-Off Meeting, 18 Sept., 2001, UCB.

“Structural Health Monitoring,” Department of Civil Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 26 May, 2001.

“Civil Engineering and Information Technology - Integration of Ubiquitous Intelligent Wireless Sensor Nodes,” CEE Alumni Seminar, March, 2001.

“Plenery Speaker, “MEMS Digital Accelerometers,” NSF Workshop on Exploring the Uses of Autoadaptive Media in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, Austin, Jan. 10-12, 2001

“Modeling Vertical Array Data Using System Identification,” SCEC/ROSRINE Workshop on Borehole Array Data Utilization, Palm Springs, CA, 16 Dec., 2000.

“Estimating Site Properties from Earthquake Motion,” The Jerzy Neyman Seminar, 15 Sept., 1999, Statistics Dept. UC Berkeley.

“Interpretation of Seismic Events Large and Small,” Dept. of Civil Engineering, Ga. Inst. Of Tech., August, 1999.

“State-of-the-Art, Rock Physics,” 7th U.S. National Rock Mechanics Symposium, Vail, CO, 8 June, 1999

“Role of Industry, Government, and Academia in Rock Mechanics Research,” 1999 ARMA Forum, Pacific Grove, CA, 27 Oct., 1999

“Applications of Quantitative Acoustic Emission,” Geophysics Dept., Stanford Univ., Feb., 1999

“Repeatability of Ground Motions,” PG&E, Workshops on PEER/PG&E Funded Research, Aug., 1998.

“Using Parametric Modeling to Predict Ground Motions,” Berkeley Seismological Station, Nov., 1998

“Repeatability of Ground Motion Estimates,” PG&E, Workshops on PEER/PG&E Funded Research, May, 1998

“Application of System Identification to Vertical Seismic Arrays,” Berkeley Industrial Liaison Program, March, 1998.

“Active Imaging of Microfractures in Rock,” Earth Resources Center, Univ. CA, Berkeley, Feb., 1998.

Invited participant, Structured Academic Review of Hot Dry Rock/Hot Wet Rock, and MTC Meeting, Tohoku University, 14 - 18 March, 1997, Sendai, Japan.

“Application of System Identification to Quantifying Ground Motion,” U.S. Geological Survey, 11 Sept., 1997, Palo Alto, CA.

“New Communications Technology,” Workshop on Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice in Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, Montreal, QE, 22 June, 1996.  U.S. National Committee for Rock Mechanics, NAS/NRC.

   2.     Service as editor or reviewer for scholarly journals

Member, International advisory committee, Sensing and Instrumentation for Infrastructure Monitoring (Taylor and Francis)

Editorial Board Member, ASCE Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

Editorial Board Member, ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems

Reviewer, ASCE Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

Reviewer, ASCE Materials Journal

Reviewer, ASTM Geotechnical Testing Journal

Reviewer, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America

Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing

Reviewer, Geophysical Research Letters

Reviewer, Geophysics

Reviewer, International Journal of Rock Mechanics

Reviewer, Journal of Applied Mechanics

Reviewer, Journal of Geophysical Research

Reviewer, Nuclear Engineering and Design

Reviewer, PAGEOPH (Journal of Pure and Applied Geophysics)

Reviewer, Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering

Reviewer, Transportation Research Board

Reviewer, Integration, the VLSI journal

Manuscript reviewer, Oxford University Press

Manuscript reviewer, ASCE Press

     3.  Service to scholarly or professional societies

International Scientific Committee, International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing of Materials and Structures, May 2011, Istanbul.

International Advisory Committee, 3rd Canada – US Rock Mechanics Symposium, May, 2009, Toronto.

International Scientific and Advisory Committee First International Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting, Cape Town, S.A.

International Scientific and Advisory Committee Advances in Construction Materials Symposium in honor of Hans W. Reinhardt, University of Stuttgart

Program Committee SPIE 2011 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Program Committee SPIE 2010 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Program Committee SPIE 2009 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Program Committee SPIE 2008 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Program Committee SPIE 2007 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Program Committee SPIE 2006 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Program Committee SPIE 2005 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Organizing Committee 11th International Conference on Soil Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering - 3rd International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering

Program Committee SPIE 2004 Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical and Aerospace Systems

Chair, National Workshop for Future Sensing Systems, NSF/DARPA, Tahoe, CA, 24-26, August, 2002

Secretary and member, Founding Board of Directors, American Rock Mechanics Association

Chair, ASCE Committee on Rock Mechanics.

Member and former Vice-Chair: ASCE Geophysics Committee.

Organizer: 1999 ARMA Forum, Pacific Grove, CA, Oct., 1999.

Member, National Advisory Committee, 37th U.S. Symposium for Rock Mechanics, Vail, CO, June, 1999.

Member, International Advisory Committee, 4th North-American Rock Mechanics Symposium, Seattle, Aug., 2000.

      4.  Service to educational or governmental agencies

         Advising

Consultant, Tunnel Detection Assessment, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2010.

Member, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Geothermal Advisory Panel, 2007 - 2008.

Invited participant, NAE Japan-American Frontiers of Engineering, 2002

U.S. chair, Large-Scale Civil Systems Session, NAE Japan-American Frontiers of Engineering, 2003

Member, NAE Committee on Geological and Geotechnical Engineering in the New Millennium: Opportunities for Research and Technological Innovation, 2003-2004.

         Proposal Review

Proposal reviewer - US Civilian Research and Development Foundation, "Minimizing the Effects of Terrorist Acts on Civilian Populations,"  Nov., 2002

Proposal reviewer - US Civilian Research and Development Foundation, Development of Methodology and Techniques for Continuous Acoustics Emission Monitoring of Responsible Objects under Seismic Load, March, 2004

Services fédérauxdes affaires scientifiques, techniques et culturelles, Belgium

Reviewer, France-Berkeley Fund, March, 2004

Reviewer, ITS Large Program, National Science Foundation, 2001.

Reviewer, Earth Science Program, National Science Foundation, 2001.

Reviewer, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, U.K.

Reviewer, California PATH PEER Review for Innovative Topics

Member, chartered panels, IIA, RIG, and SBIR programs, Geomechanical, Geotechnical, Geoenvironmental Systems, National Science Foundation, 1992-2004.

Member, chartered panel for Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence, National Science Foundation, July, 1998.

Member, Reverse Site Visit and final panel, Institute for Civil Infrastructure Systems, National Science Foundation, Oct., 1997.

Member, chartered panel for Phase II SBIR, National Science Foundation, May, 1997.

Member, chartered panel for Advanced Sensors for Power Systems and Extended Infrastructure, National Science Foundation and EPRI, June, 1995.

Reviewer, Science and Technology Center in Ukraine, U.S. Dept. of State/NSF, 1996.

Reviewer, State of Louisiana Board of Regents, 1996

Reviewer, U.S. Department of Energy, SBIR program, 1995

Reviewer, U.S. Department of Commerce, Advanced Technology Program, 1994.

Reviewer, ITS Technology Transfer Program, University of California, Berkeley, 1999.

      5.  Service in professional, managerial, or technical assistance to clients, private corporations, nonprofit organizations, or various levels of governmental agencies

Technical Advisor, Shinkawa Sensor Technology, Tokyo, Japan

Technical Advisor, GreenSHM Systems, Palo Alto, CA

Technical Advisor: Dust Networks, Hayward, CA

Technical Advisory Board Member: Marathon Products Inc., Oakland, CA

Technical Advisory Board Member: Senera Inc., Boston, MA

Technical advisor, Mayor's Millennium Committee, City of Berkeley

Consultant, Crossbow Inc., San Jose, CA

Consultant: develogic GmbH, Gerlingen, Germany

Consultant: Tunneling safety. Sutter and Enslein, attorneys at law, Washington, D.C.

Consultant: Stone and Webster Co.  Time domain seismic ground motion analysis for the temporary nuclear waste repository, Utah.

 

 

Extramural Funding Since 2000

“MRI: Development of a basin-scale water-balance instrument cluster for hydrologic, atmospheric and ecosystem science.,” NSF, Co-PI, P.I. Roger Bales (UC Merced), Co-PIs Martha Conklin (UC Merced), Danny Marks (U.S.D.A. Agricultural Research Service), Robert Rice (UC Merced), 07/11 – 06/14, $1,995,156.

“A Laboratory study of Induced Seismicity Due To Fluid Injection - Application to the Geysers Geothermal Field,” NSF, 08/2011 - 07/2014, $370,231

 “SuperCritical CO2 as a Heat Transmission Fluid for Enhanced Geothermal System,” .Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 01/2010 - 12/2011, $143,418

“Modeling absolute displacements of the human body to quantify diagnoses of neuropathology,” Berkeley – France Foundation, Co-PI with Terence Bayen, 6/10 – 5/11, $9,800.

“Center for Sierra Nevada Water Information System,” CITRIS Seed Grant.  Co-PI with Roger Bales,5/10 – 4/11, $74,903.

“SuperCritical CO2 as a Heat Transmission Fluid for Enhanced Geothermal Systems,” Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, $78,870, 4/10 - 12/10

“SuperCritical CO2 as a Heat Transmission Fluid for Enhanced Geothermal Systems,” Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, $160,000, 1/10 - 12/10

“ClearSky,” Nokia Corp, Co-PI with Alexandre Bayen and Edmund Seto, $300,000, 1/10 - 1/12

“iShake,” USGS, Co-PI with Jonathan Bray and Alexandre Bayen, 1/10 - 1/11, $98,000.

“Subsurface Imaging and Instrumentation, DUSEL S4,” NSF, 9/09 – 8/2012, $234,798.

“Forest Hydrology,” U.S. Forest Service, 9/08 – 9/12, $20,000.

“Southern Sierras Critical Zone Observatory,” NSF, 9/08 – 8/12, $240,728, Co-PI.

“Quantitative Diagnosis of Neurological Diseases,” CITRIS seed grant, 1/08 - 6/09, $50,000

“Collaborative Research: Towards a Transparent Earth,” NSF, PI, with L. Johnson and W. Roggenthen, 9/07 – 8/11, $371,498.

“A New Family of Acoustic Emission Sensors for Damage Source Identification,” NSF, 9/06 – 8/10, $259,796.

“MINT: Micro Inertial Navigation Technology,” DARPA/Analog Devices Inc., 1/09 – 8/09, $153,341, Co-PI.

“Determination of Time Dependent Behavior and Seismic Response of Jointed Rock Masses Using Wireless Monitoring in the Field, Numerical Analysis, and Rock Mechanics Laboratory Tests,” Bi-National Science Foundation, PI, with H.F. Hatzor, 9/05 – 2/10, $200,000.

“An Unconstrained Sliding Friction Model and an Application to the Folsom Dam,” NSF, PI, with Richard Goodman, 4/04 - 4/07, $301,281, with REU.

“Intelligent Sensor Motes for Vertical Seismic Arrays,” NSF, 6/15/03 – 5/31/06, $347,305.

 “Large-Scale Streaming Potential Tomography Laboratory Experiments to Determine Enhanced Geothermal System Response to Water Injection,” INEEL, 4/3/03 – 4/30/04, $69,993.

“National Workshop on Future Sensing Systems,” NSF, PI, with K. Pister, 7/1/02 – 12/31/03, $111,708.

“ITR/IM:  Adaptive Real-Time Geoscience and Environmental Data Analysis, Modeling and Visualization.” NSF, Nicholas Sitar, George H. Brimhall, John Radke, Steven D. Glaser, 10/01/01 - 08/31/04., $1.5 million

“Advanced MEMS Sensors for Civil Engineering Applications,” NSF SGER, PI, with N. Sitar, 2001, $80,000.

       New courses devised and instituted

CEE 171  Introduction to Geological Engineering

CEE 271  Sensors and Signal Interpretation

Graduate students

Current Students

Branko Kerkez, Ph.D. expected May, 2012, Wireless Sensor Networks and the Water Balance in the Sierra Nevada Mountains (NSF Graduate Fellow).

Mario Magliocco, Ph.D. expected 2013, Experimental Investigation of Using Supercritical CO2 in Enhanced Geothermal Systems.

Paul Selvaduri, Ph.D. expected 2014, Seismicity at Geothermal Sites.

Chris Sherman, Ph.D. expected 2014, Transparent Earth - Installation and Operation of the Seismic Observatory at the DUSEL at Homestake Mine.

Graduated Students

Laurie Gaskins Baise, Ph.D. Dec., 2001, Effects of Local Geological Structure on Earthquake Response (University of California, Berkeley), Associate Professor, Tufts University, NSF CAREER award, ASCE Cassagrande award.

Jian-Ye Ching, Ph.D. July, 2002, Application of System Identification to a Variety of Civil Engineering Dynamic Systems, George W. Housner Research Fellow, California Institute of Technology; Associate Professor, National Taiwan University.

Dom Galic, Ph.D. May, 2008, An Unconstrained Sliding Friction Model and an Application to the Folsom Dam, Research Engineer, United States Bureau of Reclamation.

MiKyong Hand, M.S., Jan., 1997, Active Imaging of Rock Fractures with Ultrasonic Reflection and Seismic Migration (Colorado School of Mines), Physician, Colo. Health Sciences Center.

Greg Mclaskey, Ph.D. May, 2011, Waveform Analysis of Acoustic Emission and Sensor Development for Multi-Scale Friction Testing, Mendenhall Post-Doctoral Fellow, USGS.

Jeffrey R. Moore, May, 2007, Application of the Self-Potential Method in Hydrogeology, Oberassistant, ETH Zurich.

Albert To, Ph.D. Sept., 2005, Multi-Scale Experimental Investigation of Sliding Friction, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh.

Greg Weiss, M.S., April, 1996, Development of an Embedded, Wideband Acoustic Emission Sensor (Colorado School of Mines), head of production, DigitalWave Corp.

Ying Zhang, Ph.D. August, 2006, MEMS/NEMS Design Automation and Synthesis, co-advised with A. Agogino. Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering/Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.