Arthriya SubgranonAssistant Professor Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering
Dr. Subgranon’s research involves the general area of structural engineering with emphasis on performance-based design, structural optimization, natural-hazard mitigation, and multicriteria decision analysis. She aims to expand her research efforts to areas that contribute to the resilience and sustainability of the built environment, such as life-cycle engineering, post-hazard recovery, and data-informed optimal design and maintenance of infrastructure systems.
Performance-Based Design, Structural Optimization, Reliability and Risk Analysis, Decision Making under Uncertainty, Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure Systems
Bachelor’s, Civil Engineering, 2014, University of Florida
Master’s, Civil Engineering, 2020, University of Michigan
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, 2020, University of Michigan
Awards & Distinctions
Winner of Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) Probabilistic Methods Student Paper Competition, 2019 International Civil Engineering Risk and Reliability Association (CERRA) Student Recognition Award, 2019 University of Michigan Barbour Scholarship, 2019 University of Florida Outstanding Four-Year Scholar, 2014 Civil and Coastal Engineering Department Outstanding Academic Award, 2014 University Scholars Program Scholar, 2013 Davis United World College Scholarship, 2010-2014