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This special lecture presentation was given by Professor Maria Garlock at the first and second Workshops on Advancing the Dissemination of the Creative Art of Structural and Civil Engineering in 2015 and 2016. This presentation helps to address the question: "What is Structural Art?"
Video edited, compiled and remixed by D. B. Wong (CUREE)
This special lecture presentation was given by Professor David P. Billington at the Workshop on Advancing the Dissemination of the Creative Art of Structural and Civil Engineering at Princeton University on June 4, 2015.
Video edited, compiled and restored by D. B. Wong (CUREE)
In its most recent offering, the Princeton University class "A Social and Multi-dimensional Exploration of Structures" focused on the design and social context of eight Spanish bridges, and the students and faculty visited the bridges to better understand the bridges' relationship to their communities.
(Video by Evelyn Tu for the Office of Engineering Communications) - [More information on this course]
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Published on Nov 12, 2009
Maria Moreyra Garlock, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Princeton, describes the structural beauty and simplicity of thin-concrete shell structures built by Félix Candela during the mid 20th century.
Published on Oct 11, 2013
This presentation was given at the 2013 NCI Continuing Education Seminar by Dr. Cris Moen at Virginia Tech. The lecture includes a design example of a through fastened metal building roof purlin with rigid insulation.