Mahyar Sharifi Mood

Mahyar Sharifi Mood

Research Associate

Center Programs

917-703-8456
mmood@tacc.utexas.edu


Mahyar joined TACC in 2018. He is involved with the DesignSafe-CI project and contributes to research, development, and support activities involving the natural hazards engineering research community. Prior to this, Mahyar was a postdoc fellow at the Center for Transportation Research at The University of Texas at Austin.


Areas of Research:

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Landslide and Liquefaction hazard mapping

GIS and geospatial processing application in Natural Hazards

Education:

Ph.D., Civil Engineering

Oregon State University

M.S., Civil Engineering

Oregon State University

B.S., Mining Engineering

University of Tehran, Iran

Selected Publications:

Sharifi-Mood, M., Olsen, M. J., Gillins, D. T., & Mahalingam, R. (2017). Performance-based, seismically-induced landslide hazard mapping of Western Oregon. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 103, 38-54.

Sharifi-Mood, M., Gillins, D. T., Franke, K. W., Harper, J. N., Bartlett, S. J., & Olsen, M. J. (2018). Probabilistic liquefaction-induced lateral spread hazard mapping and its application to Utah County, Utah. Engineering Geology, 237, 76-91.

Olsen, M. J., Ashford, S. A., Mahlingam, R., Sharifi-Mood, M., O'Banion, M., & Gillins, D. T. (2015). Impacts of Potential Seismic Landslides on Lifeline Corridors (No. FHWA-OR-RD-15-06).

Sharifi-Mood, M., Mahalingam, R. S., & Olsen, M. J. (2013). Geospatial characterization of causative factors for recent landslides in the Oregon Coast Range. In Geo-Congress 2013: Stability and Performance of Slopes and Embankments III (pp. 1595-1604).

Sharifi Mood, M., Olsen, M. J., Gillins, D. T., & Javadnejad, F. (2016, December). Oregon hazard explorer for lifelines program (OHELP): A web-based geographic information system tool for assessing potential Cascadia earthquake hazard. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.