Alumni Students of Prof. Jonathan P. Stewart

Graduated
Thesis Students of Professor Jonathan P. Stewart

 Name Year Graduated  Degree Current Title and
Affiliation 
Thesis Title  Advisor
Shawn
E. Sholtis

1999

MS

Police Officer, Glendale Police
Department
Topographic effects on seismic ground motions above and below a cut slope in sand

Stewart

2001

MS

Senior
Geotechnical Engineer, Hatch Mott MacDonald, Los Angeles, CA
Equivalent number of uniform stress cycles for soil liquefaction analysis

Stewart

2001

Ph.D.

Deputy
Director, Public Entitie’s Bureau, Ministry of Strategy and Finance,
Seoul, Korea
Calibration of simple models for seismic soil-structure interaction from field performance data

Stewart

Kerop D. Janoyan, PE

2001

Ph.D.

Associate
Professor and Executive Director, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY
Interaction between soil and full scale drilled shaft under cyclic lateral load

Stewart, Wallace

2001

Ph.D.

Vice President, Orange Circle Studio, Irvine, CA Seismic compression of compacted soil

Stewart

2002

Ph.D.

Senior
Geotechnical Engineer, AMEC Geomatrix, Newport Beach, CA
Uncertainties and bias in ground motion estimates from ground response analyses

Stewart

2002

Ph.D.

Senior Project Manager, Brierley Associates, Woodland Hills, CA Documentation and analysis of field case histories of seismic compression during the 1994 Northridge, California earthquake

Stewart

2004

MS

Project
Engineer, Wallace Kuhl, Sacramento, CA
Seismic compression of non-plastic compacted soil

Stewart

2004

Ph.D.

Project
Engineer, California Department of Transportation, Sacramento, CA
Empirical models for site effects on strong ground motion

Stewart

2004

MS

Area
Manager, Kleinfelder, Fresno, CA
Prediction models for significant duration of earthquake ground motions

Stewart

2006

Ph.D.

Chief
Engineer, Ninyo and Moore, Irvine, CA
Case studies of soil liquefaction of sands and cyclic softening of clays induced by the 1999 Taiwan Chi Chi Earthquake

Stewart

Annie O. Kwok, PE

2007

Ph.D.

Assistant
Professor, National Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan
Application of one-dimensional geotechnical modeling for site response predictions

Stewart

2007

Ph.D.

Geotechnical Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City, MS Seismic compression of compacted soils

Stewart

Andrew
D. Bro, PE

2007

MS

Project Engineer, Fugro West, Ventura, CA Estimating the undrained shear strength of clays using the
direct shear test

Stewart, Pradel

Christine Goulet

2008

Ph.D.

Researcher, PEER Center, Berkeley, CA; Lecturer, UCLA Improving the characterization of seismic hazard for performance-based earthquake engineering design

Stewart

Eric R. Ahlberg, PE

2008

Ph.D.

Engineer, Exponent, Irvine, CA Interaction between soil and full scale drilled shafts under cyclic lateral loads

Stewart,
Wallace

2008

Ph.D.

Post Doctoral Scholar, University of Rome Comparison of ground motions from earthquakes in Italy with ground motion prediction equations for active tectonic regions

Stewart, Lanzo

Salih Tileylioglu, PE  2008 Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey Evaluation of soil-structure interaction effects from field performance data  Stewart
Anne Lemnitzer, PE   2009 Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of California, Irvine Experimental testing of large-scale bridge foundation systems Stewart, Wallace
Timothy D. Ancheta, PE   2010 Ph.D. Modeler, Risk Engineering, Fremont, CA Engineering characterization of spatially variable earthquake ground motions Stewart
Lisa M. Star, PE    2011 Ph.D. Assistant Professor, California State University, Long Beach Seismic vulnerability of structures: Demand characteristics and field testing to evaluate soil-structure interaction effects Stewart
Eric Yee, PE   2011 Ph.D. Assistant Professor,

KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School, Ulsan, South Korea
Investigation of nonlinear site response and seismic compression from
case history analysis and laboratory testing
Stewart
Michael J. Givens, PE   2013 Ph.D. Engineer, Arup, Los Angeles, CA Dynamic soil-structure interaction of instrumented buildings and test structures Stewart
Emel Seyhan   2013 Ph.D. Model Development, RMS Silicon Valley, Newark, CA Semi-empirical characterization of ground motions including source, path and nonlinear site effects Stewart
Dong Youp Kwak   2014 Ph.D. Post Doctoral Scholar, UCLA Probabilistic evaluation of seismic levee performance using field performance data Stewart, Brandenberg
Paolo Zimmaro   2015 Ph.D. Post Doctoral Scholar, UCLA Seismic response of the Farneto del Principe Dam in Italy using hazard-consistent and site-specific ground motions Stewart, Dente