Modernizing how electricity is delivered from suppliers to consumers to enable new electricity products, services and markets
Zenon Medina-Cetina – Associate Professor (Department of Civil Engineering)
Office: 808S College of Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3136
Tel: (979) 845-6567
Research Interests: Stochastic Geomechanics; Stochastic Processes: Spatio-Temporal Simulation (3D-T); Risk, Reliability and Sensibility Analysis; Uncertainty Identification, Characterization and Propagation; Inverse problems: Bayesian and Extended Logic; Photomechanics: Identification of Localization Phenomena; Geostatistics: Probabilistic Site Characterization; Optimal Modeling and Simulation of Structures and Processes; Stochastic Design of Early Warning Systems; Causal Analysis through Influence Diagrams: Bayesian Networks; Scientific Computing: Parallelization of Monte-Carlo Methods; Integrated Site Characterization: Geologic, Geophysical and Geotechnical.Website
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