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Department Leadership (at UCLA)

Department Chair, 1999-2002, C&EE Dept.
Department Vice Chair, 1994-1998, C&EE Dept.


Professional Registrations

Registered Professional Engineer (Civil), State of California. Focusing on structural engineering.
Registered Professional Engineer (Civil), State of Arizona. Focusing on structural engineering.


Professional Memberships
  American Society of Civil Engineers, Fellow.
Member in “Inelastic Behavior Committee” (Modeling Inelasticity and Multiscale Behavior),  Engineering Mechanics Division/Institute, ASCE.
Member in “Computational Mechanics Committee”, Engineering Mechanics Division/Institute, ASCE.
Founding Chair of the “Nanomechanics and Nanomaterials Committee”, Engineering Mechanics Institute, ASCE.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Fellow.
Member in “Joint Constitutive Equations Committee”, Applied Mechanics Division and Materials Division, ASME.
Member in “Composite Materials Committee”, Applied Mechanics Division, ASME.
American Concrete Institute, Fellow.
Chairman of ACI Committee 446 “Fracture Mechanics”.
• Associate Member in ACI Committee 201 “Durability of Concrete”.
• Associate Member in ACI Committee 228 “Nondestructive Testing of Concrete”.
United States Association of Computational Mechanics, Fellow.
United States Association of Computational Mechanics, Member-at-Large and Executive Committee Member.
• International Association for Computational Mechanics, Fellow.
• American Academy of Mechanics, Member.
• Society of Engineering Science, Member.
• Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering, Member and Board of Directors.
• Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Member.
• American Society of Engineering Education, Member
 Expert Consulting Areas
  Construction Defects; Construction defect expert; Failure of materials; Durability; Reliability; Product liability; and Personal injury .

• My areas of expertise include all aspects of Construction Defects, Construction Defect Expert Witness, and Product Liability, such as (but not limited to): structural defects, site investigation, lab and field testing, EQ damage, failure analysis, damage and fracture of concrete; damage of stucco walls and wood frames, damage of asphalt pavements; damage of ceramics, metals and composites; destructive and nondestructive testing, durability of concrete and stucco; service life predictions; numerical modeling; building codes violation, seismic analysis; and structural integrity.

 Consulting and Professional Work (Select Clients)
 

General Tire Inc. (Akron, Ohio, 1988-1991):

Conducting research and development on nonlinear
frictional contact problems.

Titan Research and Technology Division, Titan Corp. (Chatsworth, California, 1995-2002):

Conducting
research and development on dynamic rate-dependent elastoplastic damage 

modeling of rocks and concrete structures for the Tunnel Vulnerability Program
of Defense   

Nuclear Agency (DNA)
and for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). Blast-resistant and
impact-resistant design and analysis.

Kasdan Simonds Weber and Vaughan LLP (Irvine/Walnut Creek, California; and  Phoenix, Arizona; 1997-present):

Conducting forensic investigation on
construction defects, and damage of concrete foundation and flatwork, stuccos,
concrete retaining walls, concrete sound walls, corrosion of steels, and
structural integrity and damage assessment. Chemically-induced mechanical damage models of
concrete subjected to external sulfate attack. Building codes and seismic
hazard analysis.

Karagozian and
Case Structural Engineers, Inc.
(Burbank,
California, 1999—present): Conducting
research and development on static and dynamic rate-dependent elastoplastic
damage, failure and blast modeling of rocks and concrete structures, steel
frame structures, carbon fiber sheet wrapping on concrete, blast-resistant and
impact-resistant structural design, and retrofitting of concrete and steel
structures, etc., for various federal agencies and industry clients.

 • The Miller Law Firm (Newport Beach, California, 1999—present):

Conducting forensic
investigation on construction defects, damage of concrete foundation and flatwork,
and one-coat stucco walls. Testing includes the in-situ digital Schmidt hammer
NDT, the high-performance Windsor
probe NDT, and so on.

R.J. L ee Group,
Inc.
(Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 2000—present):

Conducting
testing and forensic investigation on construction defects, and damage of
concrete foundation. Testing primarily focuses on wet direct tension test.

Lightech
Fiberoptics, Inc.
(San Leandro, California, 2001—2003):

Conducting
research and investigation on long-gauge fiber optics, multiple-array optical
fiber switches, variable optical attenuators (VOA), and optical MEMS, etc.
Serving as a leading member of its Advisory Board.

Kabateck and
Garris LLP

(Los Angeles, California, 2003—present):

Conducting forensic
investigation on construction defects, water/moisture problems on concrete, and
damage of concrete.

 • Kantorlaw and Associates (Los Angeles, California, 2005—present):

Conducting forensic
investigation on construction defects, water/moisture problems on concrete, and
damage of concrete.

· • The Law Offices of Harry Reynolds (Tehachapi,
California, 2006-2010):

Conducting forensic
investigation on construction defects, water/moisture problems & window
leaks.

•  California EPA (Sacramento, California, 2000-present):

Conducting professional
investigation and evaluations on termite elimination application tools and
techniques, wood warping effects, damage on structural wood and indoor
contents, and structural pest control devices.

 Symposia & Conferences Organized

[1]  Organizer and Chair of the Session on “Damage
Mechanics in Inelasticity”, with 5 papers, sponsored by the ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Division, in the 3rd Joint
ASCE-ASME Mechanics Conference
, July 9-12, 1989, La
Jolla, CA.

[2]   Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics in Engineering Materials” (with D.
Krajcinovic and H.L. Schreyer), with 6 sessions and 30 papers, sponsored by the
Applied Mechanics and Materials Divisions, in the 1990 ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Nov. 25-30, 1990, Dallas, Texas.

[3]   Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics: Theories and Computations” (with H.
Levine), with 2 sessions and 11 papers, in the 1991 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, May 19-22, 1991, Columbus, Ohio.

[4]   Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics and Plasticity”, with 5 sessions and
20 papers, sponsored by the Applied Mechanics and Materials Divisions, in the 1992 ASME Applied Mechanics/ Materials/
Aerospace Summer Meeting
, April 28-May 1, 1992, Tempe, Arizona.

[5] Organizer and Chair of the Session on “Material
Softening and Damage Mechanics” (with H. Levine), with 6 papers, in the 1992 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Specialty
Conference
, May 24-27,
1992, College Station,
Texas.

[6] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics and Localization” (with K.C.
Valanis), with 3 sessions and 13 papers, sponsored by the Applied Mechanics and
Materials Divisions, in the 1992 ASME
Winter Annual Meeting
, Nov. 8-13, 1992, Anaheim, CA.

[7] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Homogenization and Constitutive Modeling for
Heterogeneous Materials” (with C.S. Chang),
with 3 sessions and 15 papers, in the 1993
First Joint ASCE/ASME/SES
Mechanics Conference
, June 6-9, 1993, Charlottesville, Virginia.

[8]   Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Micromechanics of Composites” (with G.J. Weng and
Y.D.S. Rajapakse), with 8 sessions and 32 papers, sponsored by the Applied
Mechanics and Materials Divisions, in the 1993
ASME Winter Annual Meeting
, Nov. 28-Dec. 3, 1993, New Orleans, Louisiana.

[9]  Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Inelasticity and
Micromechanics of Metal Matrix Composites” (with G.Z. Voyiadjis), with 5
sessions and 25 papers, sponsored by the Engineering Mechanics Division, ASCE,
in the 12th U.S. National Congress on Applied
Mechanics
, June 26-July 1, 1994, Seattle, Washington.

[10] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics in Composites” (with D.H. Allen),
with 4 sessions and 20 papers, sponsored by the Applied Mechanics and Materials
Divisions, in the 1994 ASME Winter Annual
Meeting
, Nov. 6-11, 1994, Chicago, Illinois.

[11] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics in Engineering Materials” (with J.L.
Chaboche), with 3 sessions and 15
papers, in the 1995 ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Conference
, May
21-24, 1995, Boulder,
Colorado.

[12] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Numerical Methods in Structural Mechanics”, with 5
sessions and 21 papers, in the 1995 ASME
Joint Applied Mechanics and Materials Summer Conference
, June 28-30, 1995,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

[13] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics in Composite Materials” (with D.
Krajcinovic), with 4 sessions and 17 papers, in the 1995 ASME Joint Applied Mechanics and Materials Summer Conference,
June 28-30, 1995, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

[14] 
Member of the Technical Program Committee, the 1995
ASME Joint Applied Mechanics and Materials Summer Conference
, June 28-30,
1995, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

[15] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Damage Mechanics in Engineering Materials” (with G.Z.
Voyiadjis and J.-L. Chaboche), with
11 sessions and 55 papers, in the 1997
Joint ASME/ASCE/SES Mechanics and
Materials Conference (McNU97)
, June 29-July 2, 1997, Northwestern
University, Evanston, IL. The largest
symposium in the conference.

[16] 
Member of the International Scientific Committee, the
35th Society of Engineering Science
Annual Technical Meeting
, September
27-30, 1998, Washington
State University,
Pullman, WA.

[17] 
Member of the Technical Program Committee, the 1999 SPIE International Symposium on
Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques for Aging Infrastructure and Manufacturing
,
March 3-5, 1999, Newport Beach Marriott Hotel, CA.

[18] 
Organizer and
Chair

of the Session on NDE of Airport
Concrete Structures (ND02), the 1999 SPIE
International Symposium on Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques for Aging
Infrastructure and Manufacturing
, March 3-5, 1999, Newport Beach Marriott
Hotel, CA.

[19] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Progress in Damage Mechanics” (with I. Carol and G.Z.
Voyiadjis), with 3 sessions and 16 papers, in the 5th U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics
, August 4—6, 1999, the University of Colorado, Boulder.

[20] 
Member of the Technical Program Committee, the 2000 SPIE 5th Annual
International Symposium on Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring of
Aging Infrastructure
, Conference 3994, March 5—9, 2000, Newport Beach
Marriott Hotel, CA.

[21] 
Chair of the Session
on “US-Japan Cooperative Research Program: Innovative Systems, Materials” (with
J. Ramirez), with 7 papers, in the 6th
ASCCS International Conference on Steel-Concrete Composite Structures
,
March 22—24, 2000, Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[22] 
Organizer and Chair of the Army Research Office Workshop on “Advanced Heterogeneous Systems
(with M.A. Zikry), June 27—28, 2000, Boelter Hall, University of California,
Los Angeles, CA.

[23] 
Member of the Technical Program Committee, the 2001 SPIE 6th Annual
International Symposium on Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring of
Aging Infrastructure
, March 2001, Newport Beach Marriott Hotel, CA.

[24] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “T.H. Lin
90th Birthday Symposium on Mechanics and Materials” (with G.J.
Weng), with 8 sessions and 36 papers, in the 2001 Joint ASCE-ASME-SES
Mechanics and Materials Conference
, June 27-29, 2001, Sheraton San Diego
Hotel and Marina, CA.

[25] 
Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Micromechanics of
Heterogeneous Materials” (with L.Z. Sun), with 4 sessions and 20 papers, in the
15th ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Conference
, June 2-5, 2002, Columbia University, New York City.

[26] 
Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Micromechanics-Based
Materials Modeling and Simulation” (with Lizhi Sun),
with 9 sessions and 45 papers, sponsored by the Applied Mechanics and Materials
Divisions, in the 2003 ASME Mechanics and
Materials Conference
, June 17-20, 2003, Camelback Resort, Scottsdale,
Arizona.

[27] 
Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium
on “Recent Advances in Microstructural Mechanics and Damage Mechanics of
Materials” (with Lizhi Sun, Chi L. Chow, Elliot Fang), with 5 sessions and 21
papers, sponsored by the Applied Mechanics and Materials Divisions, in the 2004 ASME Winter Meeting (IMECE 2004
Conference)
, November 14-19, 2004, Anaheim Hilton Hotel, CA.

[28] 
Chair of Session 4 of
the Symposium on “Mathematical and Computational Foundations of Multiscale
Modeling”, in the 8th U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics
, July 25-27, 2005, Austin
Convention Center, Austin, Texas.

[29] 
Chair of the Local Organizing Committee, in the 7th
World Congress on Computational Mechanics (2006)
, with approximately
400 sessions and 1,950 papers and attendees from 60 countries; sponsored by the
International Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt
Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[30] 
Member of the Technical Program Committee, in the 7th
World Congress on Computational Mechanics (2006)
, with approximately
400 sessions and 1,950 papers and attendees from 60 countries; sponsored by the
International Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt
Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[31] 
Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, in the 7th
World Congress on Computational Mechanics (2006)
, with approximately
400 sessions and 1,950 papers and attendees from 60 countries; sponsored by the
International Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt
Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[32] 
Conference Co-Chair and a Principal Organizer of the 7th
World Congress on Computational Mechanics (2006)
, with approximately 400
sessions, 1,950 papers and attendees from 60 countries; sponsored by the
International Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt
Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[33] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “T.H. Lin
95th Birthday Symposium on Computational Mechanics and Materials”
(with J.S. Chen and L.Z. Sun), with 4 sessions and 18 papers, in the 7th World Congress on
Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the International Association of
Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel,
Los Angeles, CA.

[34] 
Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Nanomechanics and Nanocomposites”
(with L.Z. Sun), with 3 sessions and 15 papers, in the 7th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, sponsored
by the International Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt
Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[35] 
Co-Chair of Session 1 of
the Symposium on “Physically Based Constitutive Models for Metals: Theory and
Computation”, in the 7th World
Congress on Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the International
Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt Regency Century
Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[36] 
Chair of Semi-Plenary
Lectures I, in the 7th World
Congress on Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the International
Association of Computational Mechanics, July 16-22, 2006, Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

[37] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure Mechanics” (with L.Z. Sun
and G.Z. Voyiadjis), with 4 sessions and 19 papers, in the 18th ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, June 3-6,
2007, Virginia Polytechnic University, Blacksburg, VA.

[38] 
Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics” (with L.Z. Sun, P. Ladeveze and O.
Allix), with 5 sessions and 22 papers, in the 9th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, sponsored
by the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics, July 22-26, 2007, Hyatt Regency
San Francisco, CA.

[39] Member of the Scientific Program Committee, in the 9th
U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the U.S.
Association for Computational Mechanics, July 22-26, 2007, Hyatt Regency San Francisco,
CA.

[40] Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, in the 2007
International Symposium on Computational Mechanics
, July 30 to August 1,
2007, Jiuhua Spa and Resort, Beijing, China.

[41] 
Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, in the 3rd
Asia-Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics,
and 11th
International Conference on Enhancement and Promotion on Computational Methods
in Engineering and Science,
sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Association
for Computational Mechanics, Dec.
3-6, 2007, Kyoto
Convention Center, Kyoto, Japan.

[42] 
Member of the Technical Committee, in the First
International Workshop on Performance, Protection and Strengthening of
Structures under Extreme Loading
(PROTECT2007), August 20-22, 2007, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.

[43] Organizer of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure
Mechanics”
(with L.Z. Sun, G.Z. Voyiadjis and Frederic Dufour), with 4 sessions and 20
papers, in the 19th ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Institute Inaugural Conference
, May 18-21, 2008,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

[44] 
Organizer of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure
Mechanics”
(with L.Z. Sun, G.Z. Voyiadjis and Frederic Dufour), with 3 sessions and 15
papers, in the First American Academy of
Mechanics Conference
, June 17-20, 2008, New Orleans, LA.

[45] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials” (with L.Z.
Sun, P. Ladeveze and O. Allix), with 5 sessions and 29 papers, in the 8th World Congress on
Computational Mechanics (WCCM VIII)
and the 5th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied
Science and Engineering (ECCOMAS
V)
, sponsored by the International Association for Computational Mechanics
(IACM), the International Union for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM), and
the European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Science (ECCOMAS), June
30-July 5, 2008, at Lido Convention Center, Venice, Italy.

[46] Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure
Mechanics”
(with L.Z. Sun and G.Z. Voyiadjis), in the ASME-SES-ASCE Joint Mechanics and Materials Conference,
June 24-27, 2009,
VPI, Blacksburg, Virginia.

[47] Member of the Scientific Program Committee, in the 10th
U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the U.S.
Association for Computational Mechanics, July 16-19, 2009, Greater Columbus Convention
Center, Columbus, Ohio.

[48] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials” (with L.Z. Sun
and H.K. Lee), with 4 sessions and 20 papers, in the 10th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics
(USNCCM-X)
, sponsored by the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics
(USACM), July 16-19, 2009, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio.

[49] 
Organizer and Co-Chair of the Session on “Application of the Fracture
Mechanics to Concrete Structures and Composites” (with K. Subramaniam), with 6
papers, in the ACI Fall Convention, sponsored by ACI 446 Committee on Fracture Mechanics of
Concrete, November 8-12, 2009, New Orleans, LA.

[50] Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, in the Second
International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM-2)
and 12th
International Conference on the Enhancement and Promotion of Computational
Methods in Engineering and Science (EPMESC-12)
, November 30 to December
3, 2009, Hong Kong and Macau.

[51] 
Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Modeling of Nanofiller
Reinforced Composites /Cementitious Materials” (with H.K. Lee and L.Z. Sun), in
the 4th European Conference on Computational
Mechanics (ECCM-4)
, sponsored by the ECCOMAS, May 16-21, 2010, Palais des
Congres, Paris, France.

[52] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials” (with G.
Lubineau, L.Z. Sun and P. Ladeveze), with 3 sessions and 14 papers, in the 9th World Congress on Computational
Mechanics (WCCM-9)
, and the 4th
Asian Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics (APCOM-4)
, sponsored by
the International Association of Computational Mechanics and the Asian Pacific
Association of Computational Mechanics, July 19-23, 2010, Sydney Convention
Center, Sydney, Australia.

[53] Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of
Damage and Failure Mechanics” (with L.Z. Sun, G.Z. Voyiadjis, G.H. Paulino), with
3 sessions and 18 papers, in the 2010 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute
Conference (EMI 2010), August 8-11, 2010, USC Campus, Los Angeles, CA.

[54] Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of
Damage and Failure Mechanics” (with L.Z. Sun, G.Z. Voyiadjis, G.H. Paulino),
with 3 to 4 sessions, in the 2011 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference
(EMI 2011), June 2-4, 2011, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.

[55] Member of the Scientific Organizing Committee, in the
11th
U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the
U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics, July 25-29, 2011, Minneapolis,
MN.

[56] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials” (with L.Z. Sun
and George Z. Voyiadjis), with 3 to 4 sessions, in the 11th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics
(USNCCM-XI)
, sponsored by the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics
(USACM), July 25-29, 2011, Minneapolis, MN.

[57] Organizer and Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials”, with 3
sessions (17 papers), in the 3rd
International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM-3)
, and 2nd International Conference on
Computational Structural Engineering (CSE-2)
, December 4-7, 2011, National
Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

[58] Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, in the 3rd International Symposium on Computational
Mechanics (ISCM-3)
, and 2nd
International Conference on Computational Structural Engineering (CSE-2)
, December
4-7, 2011, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

[59] Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Fundamental Theory for
the Performance Evolution and Sensing Control of Urban Metro Structures”, in
the 2012 International Conference on Computational and Experimental Engineering
and Sciences (ICCES’12), April 30-May 4, 2012, Minoa Palace Resort, Crete
Island, Greece.

[60] Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Multiscale Behavior of
Damage and Failure Mechanics” (with L.Z. Sun, G.Z. Voyiadjis, G.H. Paulino),
with 3 sessions planned, in the 2012 Joint Conference of the ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Institute and the 11th ASCE Joint Specialty Conference on
Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability (EMI/PMC 2012), June 17-20,
2012, University of Notre Dame, Indiana.

[61] Co-Chairman and Organizer, the First International
Conference on Damage Mechanics
, June 24-27, 2012, Belgrade,
Belgrade, Serbia.

[62] Member of the Scientific Committee, in the 10th
World Congress on Computational Mechanics
, sponsored by the
International Association for Computational Mechanics, July 8-13, 2012, Sao
Paulo, Brazil. 

[63] Organizer and Co-Chair of the Symposium on “Advances in Geotechnical
Engineering”, in the 2013 International Conference on Computational and
Experimental Engineering and Sciences (ICCES’13), May 24-28, 2013, Seattle,
Washington.

[64] Member of the International Scientific Committee, in the APCOM’2013, sponsored by the Asia Pacific Association for Computational Mechanics, Dec. 12-15, 2013, Singapore.

 Seminars, Conference Presentations & Invited Lectures

[1]  “A
parameter estimation algorithm for inelastic material models” (J.W. Ju, J.C.
Simo, K.S. Pister and R.L. Taylor), Second International Conference and Short
Course on Constitutive Laws for Engineering Materials: Theory and Application, University of Arizona, Tucson, Jan. 5, 1987.

[2]   “On
strain-based continuum damage models: formulation and computational aspects”
(J.C. Simo, J.W. Ju, K.S. Pister and R.L. Taylor), Second International
Conference and Short Course on Constitutive Laws for Engineering Materials: Theory
and Application, University
of Arizona, Tucson, Jan. 7, 1987.

[3] “Strain
and stress based continuum elastoplastic damage models” (J.W. Ju), Department
of Civil Engineering and Department of Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M
University. Feb. 19, 1987.

[4]  “Strain
and stress based continuum elastoplastic damage models” (J.W. Ju), Civil
Engineering Program, Division of Engineering and Applied Science, California
Institute of Technology, March
5, 1987.

[5] “Strain
and stress based continuum elastoplastic damage models” (J.W. Ju), Department
of Civil Engineering, University
of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, March 19,
1987.

[6] “Strain
and stress based continuum elastoplastic damage models” (J.W. Ju), Structures
and Mechanics Program, Department of Civil Engineering, Princeton University,
March 30, 1987.

[7] “Strain
and stress based continuum damage models” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Stanford
University, April 9, 1987.

[8]  “Strain
and stress based continuum damage models” (J.W. Ju), Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Materials Seminar Series,
Department of Civil Engineering, University
of California — Berkeley, June 18, 1987.

[9]  “On
energy-based coupled elastoplastic damage models” (J.W. Ju), U.S. Army
Materials Technology Laboratory, Watertown,
Massachusetts, Dec. 12, 1987.

[10] “Finite
element solution of nonlinear frictional contact problems via perturbed
Lagrangian formulation” (J.W. Ju),
International Conference on Computational Engineering Science (ICES-88),

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
April 13, 1988.

[11] “Finite
element solution of frictional contact problems by perturbed and augmented
Lagrangian formulations” (J.W. Ju), ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Division Specialty Conference
, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 25, 1988.

[12] 
“On
novel energy-based coupled elastoplastic damage models” (J.W. Ju), ASME/SES
Joint Applied Mechanics Conference
, University of California,
Berkeley, June
20 and 22, 1988.

[13] “On
rate-dependent strain-based continuum damage models: alternative formulations
and computational aspects” (J.W. Ju), ASME/SES Joint Applied Mechanics Conference, University of California, Berkeley, June 22, 1988.

[14] “On
energy-based coupled elastoplastic damage theories” (J.W. Ju), Departments of
Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, University of Akron, Ohio,
August 30, 1988.

[15]  “Perturbed
and augmented Lagrangian formulations for the finite element solution of
nonlinear frictional contact problems”(J.W. Ju),and On energy-based coupled elastoplastic damage theories,
Computational Mechanics Division of Tire Research, General Tire Inc., Akron,
Ohio, August 31, 1988.

[16]  “On
micromechanically based damage models for concrete” (J.W. Ju), ASCE/ASME Third
Joint Mechanics Conference, University of California, San Diego, July 12, 1989.

[17]  
“On
two-dimensional self-consistent micromechanical damage models for brittle
solids” (J.W. Ju), Institute of Applied Mechanics, National Taiwan University,
Taipei, Taiwan, July 25, 1989.

[18]  “On
three-dimensional self-consistent micromechanical damage models for brittle
solids under tension and compression” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanics and
Materials Science, Rutgers University, New Jersey, March 1, 1990.

[19]  “On
two- and three-dimensional self-consistent micromechanical damage models for
brittle solids under tension and compression” (J.W. Ju), Department of
Materials Science and Mineral Engineering, and Department of Civil Engineering,
University of California, Berkeley, March 13, 1990.

[20]  “On
three-dimensional self-consistent micromechanical damage models for brittle
solids under tension and compression”(J.W. Ju), 1990 Southeastern Conference on
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (SECTAM XV), Atlanta, Georgia, March 22,
1990,

[21]
“On
two-dimensional micromechanical damage models for brittle solids with interacting
microcracks” (J.W. Ju), International Conference on Micromechanics of Failure
of Quasi-Brittle Materials, Albuquerque,
New Mexico, June 6, 1990.

[22]  
“On
three-dimensional self-consistent micromechanical damage models for brittle
solids” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
Sept. 25, 1990.

[23]  “On
elastoplastic visco-damage modeling and strain softening” (J.W. Ju), DNA Conference on Computational Structural
Dynamics, Menlo Park, California, Oct. 11, 1990.

[24] “On
three-dimensional self-consistent micromechanical damage models for brittle
solids under tension and compression” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical
Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Oct. 18, 1990.

[25]  “On
two-dimensional statistical micromechanical damage theories for brittle solids
with interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju), ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Symposium
on Damage Mechanics in Engineering
Materials
‘ Dallas, Texas, Nov. 26, 1990.

[26]
“On
statistical micromechanical evolutionary damage models for brittle solids”
(J.W. Ju), Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, Feb.
13, 1991.

[27]   “On
isotropic and anisotropic damage variables in continuum damage mechanic” (J.W.
Ju), ASCE Engineering Mechanics Specialty Conference, Symposium on Damage Mechanics: Theory and Computation‘,
Columbus, Ohio,
May 20, 1991.

[28] “On
statistical micromechanical process damage models for brittle solids with
interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju), ASCE Engineering Mechanics Specialty
Conference, Session on Micromechanics,
Creep, and Rate Effects in Geomaterials
, Columbus, Ohio, May 21, 1991.

[29] 
“Consistent
tangent moduli for a class of viscoplasticity” (J.W. Ju), Department of Civil
Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Sept. 18, 1991.

[30]   “Two-
and three-dimensional second order statistical micromechanical theories for
brittle materials with interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju), International Union
of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Symposium on Local Mechanics Concepts for Composite Material Systems, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, Oct. 29,
1991.

[31] “A
complete second order statistical micromechanical theory for brittle solids
with microcracks” (J.W. Ju), Society of Engineering Science 28th
Annual Technical Meeting, Composites Symposium, University of Florida,
Gainesville, Nov. 8, 1991.

[32]   
“Micromechanics
and effective properties of elastic particulate composites” (J.W. Ju),
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Rhode Island,
March 17, 1992.

[33]   
“On
statistical micromechanical theories for brittle solids containing interacting
microcracks”(J.W. Ju), Third International Conference on Computational
Plasticity, Session on Damage Mechanics, Univ. Politecnica de Catalunya,
Barcelona, Spain, April 9, 1992.

[34]  
“Recent
development in two-dimensional statistical micromechanical theories for brittle
solids with interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju and T.M. Chen), 1992 ASME Summer
Mechanics Meeting, Symposium on
Computational Models and Methods in Composites
, Arizona State University,
Tempe, Arizona, April 29, 1992.

[35] 
“Consistent
tangent moduli for viscoplasticity and plasticity: unified treatment”(J.W. Ju),
1992 ASME Summer Mechanics Meeting, Symposium on Plastic Flow and Creep, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona,
April 30, 1992.

[36]  
“Micromechanical
modeling of brittle heterogeneous particulate composites”(J.W. Ju), 1992 ASME
Summer Mechanics Meeting, Symposium on
Damage Mechanics and Plasticity
, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona,
May 1, 1992.

[37] “On
statistical micromechanical models for brittle solids with randomly located
interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju), School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia
Institute of Technology, May
14, 1992.

[38]   “Two-dimensional statistical micromechanical
models for microcracked brittle solids” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng), 1992 ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Specialty Conference, Session on Material Softening and Damage Mechanics, Texas A&M University,
College Station, Texas, May 25, 1992.

[39]  “Micromechanics
and effective properties of elastic particulate composites” (J.W. Ju), 1992
ASCE Engineering Mechanics Specialty Conference, Session on Coupled Models of Damage and Inelastic
Deformation in Composite Materials
, Texas A&M University, College
Station, Texas, May 25, 1992.

[40] “An
improved two-dimensional statistical micromechanical theory for brittle solids
with randomly located interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju), Department of
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Oct. 21, 1992.

[41] “An
improved two-dimensional statistical micromechanical theory for elastic solids
with accurate microcrack interaction models” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng), 1992
ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Symposium on Damage
Mechanics and Localization
, Anaheim,
California, Nov. 11, 1992.

[42] “Effective
moduli of elastic composites containing microcracks or microvoids” (J.W. Ju and
T.M. Chen), 1992 ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Symposium on Damage Mechanics in Composites, Anaheim, California,
Nov. 11, 1992.

[43] “Micromechanics
and effective moduli of elastic composites with randomly dispersed
inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju and T.M. Chen), 1992 ASME Winter Annual Meeting,
Symposium on The Macroscopic Behavior of
Heterogeneous Materials from the Microstructure
, Anaheim, California, Nov.
12, 1992.

[44] “Micromechanics
and effective moduli of elastic composites with randomly dispersed inhomogeneities”
(J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yale University,
Feb. 10, 1993.

[45] 
“Consistent
tangent moduli for computational viscoplasticity and plasticity: unified
treatment” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University, Feb. 22, 1993.

[46] “Micromechanics
and effective moduli of elastic composites with randomly dispersed
inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, March 3, 1993.

[47] “Micromechanics
and effective moduli of elastic composites with randomly dispersed
inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju), Department of Aerospace Engineering, Mechanics and
Engineering Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 19, 1993.

[48] “Micromechanics and effective moduli of
elastic composites with randomly dispersed inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju),
Department of Civil Engineering, University
of California, Los Angeles, March 23, 1993.

[49] “Micromechanics
and effective moduli of elastic composites with randomly dispersed
inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju), Department of Mechanical Engineering, State
University of New York at Stony Brook, March 26, 1993.

[50] “Micromechanics and effective moduli of
elastic composites with randomly dispersed inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju),
Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, and
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 5,
1993.

[51]   “Evolutionary
micromechanical damage models for polycrystalline ceramics” (J.W. Ju and W.S.
Lin), 1993 First Joint ASCE/ASME/SES
Joint Mechanics Conference, Symposium on Homogenization
and Constitutive Modeling for Heterogeneous Materials
, Charlottesville,
Virginia, June 7, 1993.

[52]    “Micromechanics and effective elastoplastic
moduli of metal matrix composites” (J.W. Ju and T.M. Chen), 1993 First Joint
ASCE/ASME/SES Joint Mechanics
Conference, Symposium on Micromechanics
of Random Media
, Charlottesville, Virginia, June 8, 1993.

[53]   “Micromechanics
and effective elastoplastic behavior of two-phase metal matrix composites”
(J.W. Ju and T.M. Chen), 1993 ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Symposium on Micromechanics of Composites, New
Orleans, Louisiana, Dec. 1, 1993.

[54]  
“Micromechanics
and effective elastoplastic behavior of two-phase metal matrix composites”
(J.W. Ju), Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California,
Los Angeles, Jan. 14, 1994.

[55] “A
micromechanical approach for predicting effective elastoplastic behavior of
metal matrix composites” (J.W. Ju), 12th U.S. National Congress on Applied
Mechanics, Symposium on Micromechanics
and Inelasticity of Metal Matrix Composites
, Seattle, Washington, June 28,
1994.

[56] “Effective
elastoplastic behavior of two-phase metal matrix composites: micromechanics and
computational aspects” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng), Conference on Recent
Developments in Finite Element Analysis, Palo Alto, California, Sept. 20, 1994.

[57] 
“Effective
elastoplastic behavior of two-phase ductile matrix composites: statistical
micromechanics and computational aspects” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng), Symposium
on Damage Mechanics in Composites, 1994 Intl. Mechanical Engineering Conf. and
Expo., Chicago (Hyatt Regency), Illinois, Nov. 10, 1994.

[58] “Effective elastic and elastoplastic behavior
of brittle and ductile matrix composites: probabilistic micromechanics and
computational aspects” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture at the Kajima Technical
Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 21, 1994.

[59] “An
improved two-dimensional micromechanical theory for brittle solids with
randomly located interacting microcracks” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture at
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 22, 1994.

[60]  “On
micromechanical evolutionary damage models for polycrystalline ceramics”(J.W.
Ju), Invited Lecture at Institute of Applied Mechanics, National Taiwan
University, Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 27, 1994.

[61] “Effective
elastoplastic behavior of two-phase ductile matrix composites: micro-mechanics
and computational aspects” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng), Symposium on Modeling for
Materials with Discontinuities and Heterogeneities, 1995 ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Conference, Boulder, Colorado, May 22, 1995.

[62] “Experimental
investigation of crack interaction and coalescence” (J.W. Ju, H. Deng and M.E.
Fourney), Symposium on Damage Mechanics in Engineering Materials, 1995 ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Conference, Boulder, Colorado, May 22, 1995.

[63] 
“Micromechanical
formulation of the yielding behavior of elastoplastic ductile matrix containing
many randomly distributed voids” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng), Symposium on
Micromechanical Modeling and Damage Characterization in Advanced Materials,
1995 ASME Joint Applied Mechanics and Materials Conference, UCLA, Los Angeles,
California, June 29, 1995.

[64]  “Effective
elastoplastic behavior of two-phase ductile matrix composites: return mapping
algorithm and finite element implementation” (J.W. Ju and K.H. Tseng),
Symposium on Numerical Methods in Structural Mechanics, 1995 ASME Joint Applied
Mechanics and Materials Conference, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, June 29,
1995.

[65]   “Local
interaction among randomly located two fibers and a microcrack” (J.W. Ju),
Symposium on Recent Advances in Damage Mechanics, 1995 ASME Joint Applied
Mechanics and Materials Conference, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, June 30,
1995.

[66] “Effective
elastoplastic behavior of two-phase ductile matrix composites: a
micromechanical framework” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture at the Department of
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona,
March 8, 1996.

[67]
“Thermo-micromechanical
damage modeling of airfield concrete pavement” (J.W. Ju and Y. Zhang),
Symposium on Modeling of Materials with Discontinuities and Heterogeneities,
1996 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 21,
1996.

[68]  “Advanced
thermo-mechanical damage modeling of airfield concrete pavement” (J.W. Ju and
Y. Zhang), Symposium on Failure Mechanisms in Brittle Materials, 1996 Int.
Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Atlanta Hilton and Towers,
Atlanta, Georgia, November 20, 1996.

[69] “A
thermo-mechanical model for airfield concrete pavement under transient high
temperature loadings”  (J.W. Ju and Y.
Zhang), US Air Force Contractor/Grantee Meeting, Lansdowne Conference Resort,
Lansdowne, Virginia, February 3, 1997.

[70] 
“Thermomechanical
constitutive and damage models for airfield concrete pavement under transient
high temperature loadings” (J.W. Ju and Y. Zhang), Symposium on Damage
Mechanics in Engineering Materials, 1997 Joint ASME/ASCE/SES Mechanics and Materials Conference (McNU97),
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, June 30, 1997.

[71] 
“Micromechanics
and effective elastoplastic behavior of metal matrix composites containing
aligned spheroidal inhomogeneities” (J.W. Ju and L.Z. Sun), Symposium on
Homogenization and Micromechanics of Composites, 1997 Joint ASME/ASCE/SES Mechanics and Materials Conference (McNU97),
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, July 2, 1997.

[72] “3-D
thermomechanical constitutive and damage models for airfield concrete pavement
under transient high temperature loadings” (J.W. Ju and Y. Zhang), Simo
Symposium, 4th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Hyatt
Regency, San Francisco, California, August 6, 1997.

[73] “3-D
thermomechanical constitutive and damage models for airfield concrete pavement
under transient high temperature loadings” (J.W. Ju and Y. Zhang), Symposium on
Failure Predictions in Dynamic Environments: Constitutive Failure Models, 1997
Int. Mechanical Eng. Congress & Expo., Wyndham Anatole Hotel, Dallas,
Texas, November 18, 1997.

[74]   “Advanced
coupled thermo-mechanical damage model for airfield concrete pavement for the
next generation Joint Strike Fighters” (J.W. Ju and Y. Zhang), US Air Force
Contractor/Grantee Meeting, Bay Point Marriott Resort, Panama City, Florida,
January 18, 1998.

[75]    “Ultrasonic
NDE of the stiffness degradation
of concrete subject to environmental attack” (J.W. Ju and L.S. Weng, et al.),
1998 ASNT Spring Conference and
Asia-Pacific NDE Conference,
Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, California, March 26, 1998.

[76]    “Ultrasonic
NDE of the stiffness degradation
of concrete subject to environmental attack” (J.W. Ju and L.S. Weng, et al.),
1998 SPIE Int. Symposium on NDE
for Aging Infrastructures, San Antonio, Texas, April 1, 1998.

[77]
“Coupled
thermo-mechanical damage model for airfield concrete pavement for Joint Strike
Fighters”  (J.W. Ju, H.W. Gong and Y.
Zhang), US Air Force Contractor/Grantee Meeting, San Diego Marriott, La Jolla,
California, May 17, 1998.

[78]  “Thermo-hygro-mechanical
damage modeling for airfield concrete pavement at high temperature” (J.W. Ju
and Y. Zhang), 1998 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, San Diego Marriott,
La Jolla, California, May 18, 1998.

[79]   “Elastic
stress fields arising from single fiber pullout problem: analytical solutions”
(J.W. Ju, L.C. Chou, Y. Nobuta and K. Horikoshi), 1998 ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Conference, San Diego Marriott, La Jolla, California, May 19, 1998.

[80]  
“Micromechanics
and elastic moduli of fiber reinforced composites”(J.W. Ju and X.D. Zhang),
1998 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, San Diego Marriott, La Jolla,
California, May 19, 1998.

[81]  “Elastoplasticity
of MMCs with aligned spheroidal particles” (J.W. Ju and L.Z. Sun), 1998 ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Conference, San Diego Marriott, La Jolla, California, May
19, 1998.

[82] 
“Damage
assessment of concrete subjected to environmental attack using ultrasonic NDE” (J.W. Ju and L.S. Weng), 1998 QNDE Conference,
Snowbird Resort, Utah,
July 21, 1998.

[83] 
“Damage
assessment and service life prediction of concrete subject to external sulfate
attack” (J.W. Ju, L.S. Weng, S. Mindess and A. Boyd), Quebec Symposium on
Sulfate Attack Mechanisms, Hotel Loews-Le Concorde, Quebec City, Quebec,
Canada, Oct. 6, 1998.

[84] 
“Elastic
degradation, damage and service life prediction of concrete subject to
environmental attack using ultrasonic NDE
and tensile testing” (J.W. Ju and L.S. Weng), 1998 ACI
Fall Convention, Westin
Century Plaza,
Los Angeles, California, Oct. 26, 1998.

[85] “Elastic
degradation and service life prediction of concrete subject to environmental
attack using ultrasonic NDE and
tensile testing” (J.W. Ju and L.S. Weng), 1999 SPIE Int. Symposium on
Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques for Aging Infrastructure and
Manufacturing, Newport Beach Marriott Hotel, Newport Beach, California, March
4, 1999.

[86] “An
indirect tension test for concrete” (S. Mindess, A.J. Boyd and J.W. Ju), 1999 ACI Spring Convention, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Chicago, Illinois,
March 15, 1999.

[87]  “Micromechanical
damage models for effective elastoplastic behavior of ductile matrix composites
considering evolutionary complete or partial particle debonding” (J.W. Ju),
Dept. of Aeronautical Engineering, California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, May 13, 1999.

[88]  “Effective
elastoplastic behavior of ductile matrix composites containing randomly located
aligned elliptical fibers” (J.W. Ju and X.D. Zhang), 5th U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics, University of Colorado,
Boulder, August 4, 1999.

[89] “Micromechanical
damage and constitutive modeling for impact simulation of random fiber
composite structures” (J.W. Ju, H.K. Lee and S. Simunovic), 5th U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics, University of Colorado,
Boulder, August 5, 1999.

[90]  “On
the effects of exciting frequencies, grain sizes and damage on the ultrasonic
non-destructive evaluation of concrete” (J.W. Ju, L.S. Weng and Y. Liu), Fall
1999 American Concrete Institute Convention, Omni Inner Harbor Hotel,
Baltimore, Maryland, November 1, 1999.

[91] “The
Ji-Ji Taiwan Earthquake of 21 September 1999: Geological, geotechnical and
structural engineering observations, and disaster relief” (J.W. Ju, J.P.
Stewart and J.W. Wallace), Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
and Center of East Asian Studies, UCLA, Ackerman Union, November 4, 1999.

[92] “The
Ji-Ji Taiwan Earthquake of 21
September 1999: Geological, geotechnical and structural engineering
observations, and disaster relief” (J.W. Ju), Conejo Valley Chinese Cultural
Association Seminar, Thousand Oaks,
November 6, 1999.

[93]  “On
the effects of exciting frequencies, aggregate sizes and damage on the
ultrasonic amplitude attenuation of concrete” (J.W. Ju, L.S. Weng and Y. Liu),
1999 Far East International Conference on Nondestructive Evaluation (FENDT),
Kaoshiong, Taiwan, November 8-11, 1999.

[94]   “Micromechanics
and effective elastoplastic behavior of spheroidal particle reinforced metal
matrix composites” (L.Z. Sun and J.W. Ju), 1999 International Mechanical
Engineering Conference and Exhibition, American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, Opryland Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee, November 15, 1999.

[95] “On
the effects of exciting frequencies, aggregate sizes and damage on the
ultrasonic non-destructive evaluation of concrete” (J.W. Ju, L.S. Weng and Y.
Liu), 1999 International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exhibition,
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Opryland Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee,
November 16, 1999.

[96]  “Micromechanical damage models for effective
elastoplastic behavior of metal matrix composites considering evolutionary
partial particle debonding” (J.W. Ju), Dept. of Civil Engineering and Dept. of
Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, March 3, 2000.

[97] “Effects
of exciting frequencies, aggregate sizes and damage in ultrasonic
non-destructive evaluation of concrete” (J.W. Ju, L.S. Weng and Y. Liu), 2000
SPIE Int. Symposium on Nondestructive Evaluation of Aging Aircraft, Airports
and Aerospace Hardware, Newport Beach Marriott Hotel, California, March 8,
2000.

[98] “Frequency-dependent
amplitude attenuation characteristics technique: A novel method for ultrasonic
nondestructive testing of concrete” (J.W. Ju and L.S. Weng), Spring 2000
American Concrete Institute Convention, Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel, San
Diego, California, March 27 and 28, 2000.

[99] “Effective
elastoplastic model of particle reinforced metal matrix composites with
interfacial debonding” (L.Z. Sun and J.W. Ju), ASCE 14th Engineering
Mechanics Conference, University
of Texas, Austin, May 23, 2000.

[100]
“Micromechanics
and overall elastoplastic responses of discontinuously reinforced metal matrix
composites” (L.Z. Sun and J.W. Ju), 7th Annual International
Conference on Composites Engineering, Denver,
Colorado, July 3, 2000.

[101]
“Modeling
of impact damage evolution in discontinuously reinforced carbon fiber
composites” (H.K. Lee, S. Simunovic and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Fracture and
Failure in Solids, International Conference on Computational Engineering
Science (ICES2000), West Coast Anaheim Hotel, California, August 24, 2000.

[102]
“Incidents
of soil liquefaction from the 921 Chi Chi (Taiwan) Earthquake” (J.P. Stewart,
D.B. Chu, R.B. Seed, and J.W. Ju, et al.), International Workshop on Annual
Commemoration of Chi-Chi Earthquake, Taipei, Taiwan, Sep. 18, 2000.

[103]
“Micromechanics
and overall mechanical responses of particle-reinforced composites with
interfacial damage” (L.Z. Sun and J.W. Ju), 2000 International Mechanical
Engineering Conference and Exhibition, American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, Orlando, Florida, November 10, 2000.

[104]
“Characterization
of the Young’s modulus of CMOS
thin films” (N. Hossain, J.W. Ju, B. Warneke and K.S.J. Pister), ASTM Symposium on Mechanical Properties of
Structural Films, Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida, November 15, 2000.

[105]
“Elastoplastic
damage behavior of particle-reinforced composites with evolutionary interfacial
debonding” (Lizhi Sun and J.W. Ju), T.H. Lin 90th Birthday Symposium on
Mechanics and Materials, ASME-ASCE-SES
Joint 2001 Mechanics and Materials Conference, Sheraton San Diego Hotel and
Marina, June 27, 2001.

[106]
“Micromechanical
damage modeling of evolutionary particle cracking in metal matrix composites” (Lizhi Sun and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Experiments and
Modeling of Failure of Modern Materials, ASME-ASCE-SES
Joint 2001 Mechanics and Materials Conference, Sheraton San Diego Hotel and
Marina, June 28, 2001.

[107]
“Effective
elastoplastic damage model for fiber reinforced metal matrix composites with
evolutionary complete fiber debonding” (J.W. Ju and H.N. Ruan), Symposium on
Multi-Scale Modeling of Materials, ASME-ASCE-SES
Joint 2001 Mechanics and Materials Conference, Sheraton San Diego Hotel and
Marina, June 29, 2001.

[108]
“Effect
of particle cracking on elastoplastic behavior of metal matrix composites” (Lizhi Sun and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Computational
Failure Mechanics, 6th US National Congress on Computational
Mechanics, Dearborn, Michigan, August 1-4, 2001.

[109]
“Micromechanical
damage modeling of metal matrix composites” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Engineering Science Summer Institute, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, California,
August 16, 2001.

[110]
“Micromechanics-based
effective elastoplastic and damage modeling of particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering, University of California, San Diego, March 4, 2002.

[111]
“Reinforced
concrete and steel frame buildings subject to blast effects and progressive
collapse due to terrorist attack” (J.W. Ju), Invited Presentation, RAND Corp. and HSSEAS Meeting on Anti-Terrorism
Technologies, The Rice Room, University of California, Los Angeles, May 20,
2002.

[112]
“Effective
elastoplastic damage model for fiber-reinforced metal matrix composites with
evolutionary complete fiber debonding” (J.W. Ju and H.N. Ruan), Symposium on
Micromechanics of Heterogeneous Materials, 15th ASCE Engineering
Mechanics Conference, Columbia University, New York, June 3, 2002.

[113]
“Influence
of particle cracking on plastic behavior of discontinuously reinforced
composites using micromechanics approach” (Lizhi Sun,
H.T. Liu and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Micromechanics of Heterogeneous Materials,
15th ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, Columbia University, New
York, June 3, 2002.

[114]
“Micromechanical
modeling of particle debonding process and its influence on the effective
elastoplastic behavior of composites” (Lizhi Sun,
H.T. Liu and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Plasticity and Damage Mechanics, 14th
U.S. National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, Virginia, June 27, 2002.

[115]
“A
micromechanical damage model for MMCs with evolutionary interfacial arc
microcracks” (J.W. Ju and Lizhi Sun),
Symposium on Recent Advances in Damage Mechanics, 2002 International Mechanical
Engineering Congress and Exposition, New Orleans, Nov. 20, 2002.

[116]
“Micromechanics-based
elastoplastic and interfacial damage modeling of particle reinforced
composites” (Lizhi Sun, H.T. Liu and
J.W. Ju), Symposium on Micromechanics-based Materials Modeling and Simulation,
2003 ASME Mechanics and Materials Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, June 19,
2003.

[117]
“Micromechanical
evolutionary elastoplastic damage model for fiber reinforced metal matrix composites
with fiber debonding” (J.W. Ju, H.N. Ruan, and Y.F. Ko), Symposium on
Mathematical and Computational Foundation on Multiscale Modeling, Second
International Conference on Multi-scale Materials Modeling, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 13, 2004.

[118]
ACI 446 Technical
Committee, Fracture Mechanics of Concrete, Chairman of committee meeting held
on Oct. 25, 2004,
at San Francisco Hilton Hotel, in connection with Fall 2004 American Concrete
Institute Convention.

[119]
“Micromechanical
evolutionary elastoplastic damage model for fiber reinforced metal matrix
composites with fiber debonding” (J.W. Ju, Y.F. Ko and H.N. Ruan), Symposium on
Recent Advances in Microstructural Mechanics and Damage Mechanics of Materials,
2004 ASME Winter Meeting (IMECE 2004 Conference), Anaheim Hilton Hotel,
Anaheim, CA, November 18, 2004.

[120]
“Micromechanics-based
elastoplastic and damage modeling of particle reinforced composites” (H.T. Liu,
L.Z. Sun, and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Recent Advances in Microstructural
Mechanics and Damage Mechanics of Materials, 2004 ASME Winter Meeting (IMECE
2004 Conference), Anaheim Hilton Hotel, Anaheim, CA, November 19, 2004.

[121]
ACI 446 Technical
Committee, Fracture Mechanics of Concrete, Chairman of committee meeting held
on April 18, 2005,
at New York Hilton Hotel, in connection with Spring 2005 American Concrete
Institute Convention.

[122]
“Effective
elastoplastic damage model for fiber reinforced metal matrix composites with
evolutionary partial fiber debonding” (J.W. Ju, Y.F. Ko, and H.N. Ruan),
Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Foundations of Multiscale Modeling,
2005 8th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Austin
Convention Center, Austin, Texas, July 26, 2005.

[123]
“Novel
strain-energy based hybrid isotropic and anisotropic elastoplastic damage and
healing models for soils” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, University of California, Irvine, November 17, 2005.

[124]
“Novel
strain-energy based hybrid isotropic and anisotropic elastoplastic damage and
healing models for soils” (J.W. Ju, K-Y Yuan and Anny Kuo), Session A (Improving
the Performance and Reliability of Infrastructure), 2006 UCLA Engineering
Research Review, May 5, 2006.

[125]
“Novel
strain-energy based hybrid isotropic elastoplastic damage and healing models
for soils” (J.W. Ju, K-Y Yuan and Anny Kuo), in the T.H. Lin 95th Birthday Symposium on
Computational Mechanics and Materials, 2006 World Congress on Computational
Mechanics, Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, July 17, 2006.

[126]
“Elastoplastic
modeling of progressive interfacial debonding for fiber reinforced metal matrix
composites” (J.W. Ju and Y.F. Ko), in the Symposium on Physically Based
Constitutive Models for Metals, 2006 World Congress on Computational Mechanics,
Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, July 18, 2006.

[127]
“Investigation
of the crack-dislocation interaction effects and fatigue crack growth model”
(J.W. Ju and Sejin Oh), in the Symposium
on Nanomechanics and Nanocomposites, 2006 World Congress on Computational
Mechanics, Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, July 18, 2006.

[128]
“Persistence
length control of the polyelectrolyte layer-by-layer self-assembly on carbon
nanotubes” (A. Noy, Jay Huang, A.
Artyukhin, Y. Wang, J.W. Ju and P. Stroeve), in the Symposium on Nanomechanics
and Nanocomposites, 2006 World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Hyatt
Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles,
CA, July 18, 2006.

[129]
“A
three-dimensional stress analysis of a penny-shaped crack interacting with a
spherical inclusion” (H.K. Lee and J.W. Ju), in the T.H.
Lin 95th Birthday Symposium on Computational
Mechanics and Materials, 2006 World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Hyatt Regency
Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, July 18, 2006.

[130]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and elastoplastic micromechanical modeling of progressive
interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Plenary College-wide Lecture, College of Engineering, University of Michigan,
Dearborn, October 27, 2006.

[131]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Construction Engineering, National Taiwan
University of Science and Technology, Taipei, November 22, 2006.

[132]
“Micromechanical
elastoplastic damage modeling of progressive interfacial debonding for
fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Civil
Engineering and Institute of Applied Mechanics, National Taiwan University,
Taipei, November 23, 2006.

[133]
“On
micromechanical formulation to accommodate the second-order perturbation due to
interactions of microcracks and inclusions in brittle composites” (H.K. Lee and
J.W. Ju), in the International Conference on Computational and Experimental
Engineering Sciences (ICCES-07), Miami Beach Resort, Miami, Florida, January
3-8, 2007.

[134]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Civil Engineering, National Taipei University of
Technology, Taipei, March 28, 2007.

[135]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Symposium on
Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure Mechanics, 18th ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Conference, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, June 5, 2007.

[136]
“Effect
of progressive interfacial debonding on mechanical behavior of
particle-reinforced composites”, (H.T. Liu, L.Z. Sun and J.W. Ju), Symposium on
Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure Mechanics, 18th ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Conference, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, June 5, 2007.

[137]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing formulations for geomaterials during
earth moving processes” (J.W. Ju, K.Y. Yuan and A.W. Kuo), Symposium on
Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure Mechanics, 18th ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Conference, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, June 6, 2007.

[138]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing formulations for geomaterials during
earth moving processes” (J.W. Ju, K.Y. Yuan and A.W. Kuo), Symposium on Numerical
Techniques for the Modeling of Failure in Solids, 9th U.S. National
Congress on Computational Mechanics, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, July 24,
2007.

[139]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Keynote Speaker, Symposium on
Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics, 9th U.S. National Congress
on Computational Mechanics, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, July 25, 2007.

[140]
 “Elastoplastic micromechanical damage
mechanics for composites with progressive fiber debonding and thermal residual
stress” (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Semi-Plenary
Speaker
, International Symposium on Computational Mechanics, Beijing,
China, July 30, 2007.

[141]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China,
August 2, 2007.

[142]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Institute of
Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, August 3, 2007.

[143]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing models for geomaterials during earth
moving processes” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, August 6, 2007.

[144]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Engineering Mechanics, Dalian University of
Technology, Dalian, China, August 7, 2007.

[145]
“3-D micromechanical
elastoplastic damage modeling of particle reinforced
composites with interfacial arc microcracks” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, August 9,
2007.

[146]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Civil Engineering Division, Samsung Corp., Seoul, South Korea,
August 14, 2007.

[147]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing models for geomaterials during earth
moving processes” (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Civil Engineering Division,
Samsung Corp., Seoul, South Korea, August 14, 2007.

[148]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yonsei
University, Seoul, South Korea, August 16, 2007.

[149]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Micromechanical elastoplastic damage modeling of
progressive interfacial debonding for fiber-reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korean
Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, South Korea, August
17, 2007.

[150]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Session Highlight, Symposium on Recent
Advances in Damage and Fracture of Engineering Materials, 2007 International
Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exhibition, Washington State Convention
Center and Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, November 15, 2007.

[151]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Elastoplastic micromechanical damage mechanics for composites
with progressive partial fiber debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W.
Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Civil Engineering, Johns Hopkins
University, Baltimore, Maryland, February 5, 2008.

[152]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Elastoplastic micromechanical damage mechanics for composites
with progressive partial fiber debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W.
Ju), Invited Lecture, College of Engineering, University of Delaware, March 3, 2008.

[153]
“Macro-element
modeling of steel fiber-reinforced concrete” (J.W. Ju and F. Tehrani), Invited
presentation, in Session on “Multi-Scale Description of Concrete Performance”,
sponsored by ACI Committee 236
(Concrete Material Science) in the Spring 2008 American Concrete Institute
Conference, Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel, Los
Angeles, March 30, 2008.

[154]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Elastoplastic micromechanical damage mechanics for composites
with progressive partial fiber debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W.
Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Civil Engineering, National Central
University, Taiwan, May 6, 2008.

[155]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Department of Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University, May 8, 2008.

[156]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W. Ju, K. Yanase and L.Z. Sun), invited
speaker, Symposium on Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering
Materials, 2008 Inaugural ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference
(EM08), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May 18-21, 2008.

[157]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and applications to materials and structures”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Technology Forum (Annual Research Review), School of
Engineering and Applied Science, UCLA, May 27, 2008.

[158]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive partial fiber
debonding and thermal residual stress” (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Keynote Speaker, Symposium on
Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, Joint IACM –
IUTAM Symposium, 2008 World Congress on Computational Mechanics VIII, Lido
Convention Center, Venice, Italy, July 3, 2008.

[159]
“Interfacial
debonding and mechanical behavior of particle-reinforced composites” (H.T. Liu,
Lizhi Sun, and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics
of Engineering Materials, Joint IACM – IUTAM Symposium, 2008 World Congress on
Computational Mechanics VIII, Lido Convention Center, Venice, Italy, July 4,
2008.

[160]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive fiber
debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station,
TX, February 12, 2009.

[161]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Elastoplastic micromechanical damage mechanics for composites
with progressive fiber debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Civil Engineering, Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology, Hong Kong, March 2, 2009.

[162]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Elastoplastic micromechanical damage mechanics for composites
with progressive fiber debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, Department of Building and Construction, City University of Hong
Kong, March 4, 2009.

[163]
“Probabilistic
micromechanics-based damage mechanics and homogenization of composite materials
for high-reliability and life expectancy”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Laboratory of Mechanics and Technology (LMT), ENS Cachan/CNRS/Universite Paris
VI, Cachan (Paris), France, March 31, 2009.

[164]
“Probabilistic
micromechanics-based damage mechanics and homogenization of composite materials
for high-reliability and life expectancy”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Department of Construction Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science
and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, April 28, 2009.

[165]
“Probabilistic
micromechanics-based damage mechanics and homogenization of composite materials
for high-reliability and life expectancy”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture,
Department of Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan,
April 29, 2009.

[166]
“Probabilistic
micromechanics-based damage mechanics and homogenization of composite materials
for high-reliability and life expectancy”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase, et al.), Keynote Speaker, Symposium on
Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, the 10th
U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Greater Columbus Convention
Center, Columbus, Ohio, July 18, 2009.

[167]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic micromechanical damage mechanics for particle-reinforced metal
matrix composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Symposium on Multiscale Damage and
Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, the 10th U.S. National
Congress on Computational Mechanics, Greater Columbus Convention Center,
Columbus, Ohio, July 18, 2009.

[168]
“Modeling
of capillary pressure build-up and cracking in early age concrete”, (Volker
Slowik and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of
Engineering Materials, the 10th U.S. National Congress on
Computational Mechanics, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio,
July 18, 2009.

[169]
“Elastoplastic
micromechanical damage mechanics for composites with progressive fiber
debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture,
College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Guangxi University, Nanning,
China, September 15, 2009.

[170]
“Applications of moment curvature analysis and
fracture mechanics to flexural steel fiber reinforced concrete sections”, (F.M.
Tehrani and J.W.
Ju),
Session on Application of Fracture Mechanics to Concrete Structures and
Composites, the ACI Fall Convention, New Orleans Convention Center, New
Orleans, November 8, 2009.

[171]
“Fiber
pullout modeling and fracture toughness of steel fiber reinforced cementitious
composites”, (J.W. Ju and P. Suwatnodom), Session on
Application of Fracture Mechanics to Concrete Structures and Composites, the
ACI Fall Convention, New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans, November 8,
2009.

[172]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics for particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Plenary
Speaker
, the 2nd International Symposium on Computational
Mechanics, and the 12th International Conference on the Enhancement
and Promotion of Computational Methods in Engineering and Science, Hong Kong
(Holiday Inn Gold Mile Hotel) and Macau (MGM Grand Hotel), November 30, 2009.

[173]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics for particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Building and
Construction, City University of Hong Kong, December 4, 2009.

[174]
“Introduction
to damage mechanics, and Elastoplastic micromechanical damage mechanics for composites
with progressive fiber debonding and thermal residual stresses”, (J.W. Ju),
Invited Lecture, College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai,
December 7, 2009.

[175]
“Probabilistic
micromechanics-based damage mechanics and homogenization of composite materials
for high-reliability and life expectancy”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture,
College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, April 9, 2010.

[176]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics for particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Civil Engineering,
KAIST, Korea, April 12, 2010.

[177]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics for particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of Civil
Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, April 16, 2010.

[178]
“Probabilistic
micromechanics-based damage mechanics and homogenization of composite materials
for high-reliability and life expectancy”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture,
School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Guangxi University, Nanning, May
25, 2010.

[179]
“Fiber pullout modeling and fracture toughness
of steel fiber reinforced cementitious composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair
Professor Lecture, College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, June
26, 2010.

[180]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing models for geomaterials during earth
moving processes”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of Civil
Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, July 2, 2010.

[181]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics for particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Keynote
lecture
, Symposium on Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of
Engineering Materials, the 9th World Congress on Computational
Mechanics and 4th Asian Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics,
Sydney Convention Center, Sydney, Australia, July 20, 2010.

[182]
“The
modified Eshelby tensor and effective properties of spherical particle
reinforced composite materials”, (K. Yanase and J.W. Ju), Symposium on
Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, 9th
World Congress on Computational Mechanics and 4th Asian Pacific
Congress on Computational Mechanics, Sydney Convention Center, Sydney, Australia,
July 20, 2010.

[183]
“Toughening
behaviors of unidirectional fibrous composites”, (K. Yanase and J.W. Ju),
Symposium on Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure Mechanics, 2010 ASCE
Engineering Mechanics Conference, USC campus, Los Angeles, CA, August 9, 2010.

[184]
“Multi-level
elastoplastic damage mechanics for elliptical fiber reinforced composites with
evolutionary fiber debonding”, (J.W. Ju and Y-F Ko), Symposium on Multiscale Behavior
of Damage and Failure Mechanics, 2010 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference,
USC campus, Los Angeles, CA, August 9, 2010.

[185]
“Fiber
pullout modeling and fracture energy of steel fiber reinforced cementitious
composites”, (J.W. Ju and P. Suwatnodom), Symposium on Multiscale Behavior of Damage
and Failure Mechanics, 2010 ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, USC campus,
Los Angeles, CA, August 9, 2010.

[186]
“The
modified Eshelby tensor and effective properties of particle reinforced
composite materials”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of
Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, September 10, 2010.

[187]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic micromechanical damage mechanics for particle-reinforced MMCs”, (J.W.
Ju), Invited Lecture, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Inc., Canoga Park, Los
Angeles, CA, February 18, 2011.

[188]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics for particle-reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of Civil
Engineering, Guangxi University, Nanning, China, June 21, 2011.

[189]
“Fiber pullout modeling and fracture toughness
of steel fiber reinforced cementitious composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair
Professor Lecture, College of Civil Engineering, Guangxi University, Nanning, China,
June 23, 2011.

[190]
“Toughening
behavior of unidirectional fiber reinforced composites containing a crack-like
flaw”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of Civil
Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, June 30, 2011.

[191]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Keynote lecture, Symposium on Multiscale Damage and Failure
Mechanics of Engineering Materials, the 11th U.S. National Congress
on Computational Mechanics, Hilton Minneapolis, Minneapolis, July 25, 2011.

[192]
“Micromechanics
and viscoelastic behavior of particle reinforced composites with damaged
interfaces”, (K. Yanase, J.W. Ju and K.Y Yuan), Symposium on Multiscale Damage
and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, the 11th U.S.
National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Hilton Minneapolis, Minneapolis,
July 25, 2011.

[193]
“Effect
of fiber cracking on elastoplastic behavior of fiber reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (Y.F. Ko and J.W. Ju), Symposium on Multiscale Damage and Failure
Mechanics of Engineering Materials, the 11th U.S. National Congress
on Computational Mechanics, Hilton Minneapolis, Minneapolis, July 25, 2011.

[194]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing models for geomaterials during earth
moving processes”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of Civil
Engineering and Architecture, Guangxi University, Nanning, September 14, 2011.

[195]
“The
modified Eshelby tensor and effective properties of particle reinforced
composite materials”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Lecture, College of
Civil Engineering and Architecture, Guangxi University, Nanning, September 19,
2011.

[196]
“Hybrid
coupled elastoplastic damage and healing models for geomaterials during earth
moving processes”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Chair Professor Guest Lecture, College of
Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, September 21, 2011.

[197] “Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Semi-plenary lecture, the 3rd International Symposium on
Computational Mechanics and the 2nd International Symposium on
Computational Structural Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, December
5, 2011.

[198]  “Effect
of fiber cracking on elastoplastic behavior of fiber reinforced metal matrix
composites”, (J.W. Ju and Y.F. Ko), Invited Talk, Symposium on Multiscale
Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, the 3rd International
Symposium on Computational Mechanics and the 2nd International
Symposium on Computational Structural Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei,
December 6, 2011.

[199] “Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening behavior of particle/fiber
reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, SEMM Program, Department of
Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, February
13, 2012.

[200] “Numerical
simulations of mechanical properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring
high toughness, low viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (K.Y. Yuan, W. Yuan, J.W.
Ju, J.M. Yang, W. Kao, and L. Carlson), Invited Talk, 2012 SPIE Smart
Structures/NDE Conference, Town & Country Resort and Convention Center, San
Diego, California, March 14, 2012.

[201] “Multi-level
micromechanical modeling of intelligent self-healing mechanisms and effective
moduli of concrete and cementitious composites”, (J.W. Ju et al.), Keynote Speaker, Symposium on “Fundamental Theory for the Performance Evolution and
Sensing Control of Urban Metro Structures”, the 2012 International Conference
on Computational and Experimental Engineering and Sciences (ICCES’12), Minoa
Palace Resort, Crete, Greece, May 1, 2012.

[202] “Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Plenary Lecture, the First International Conference on
Computational Mechanics (ICDM-1), held at Serbian Commerce of Engineers,
Belgrade, Serbia, on June 26, 2012.

[203] “Size-dependent probabilistic damage
micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or fiber reinforced
composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, August
27, 2012.

[204] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), 1000
Talents Plan Plenary Lecture, College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University,
March 13, 2013.

[205] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (K.Y. Yuan, W. Yuan, J.W. Ju, J.M.
Yang, W. Kao, and L. Carlson), Invited Talk, 2013 SPIE Smart Structures/NDE
Conference, Town & Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego,
California, March 13, 2013.

[206] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), College
of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Guangxi University, March 25, 2013.

[207] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju, K.Y. Yuan, et al.), Keynote
lecture, 2013 ICCES Conference, Hilton Bellevue, Seattle, Washington, May 25,
2013.

[208] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju, K.Y. Yuan, et al.), Keynote
lecture, 2013 International Workshop on Life-Cycle Performance of Concrete Structures,
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, June 15, 2013.

[209] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju, K.Y. Yuan, et al.), Plenary Speaker, the Fourth National
Symposium on Tunnel, Underground Space, and Transportation Infrastructures,
Fuyuan Ambassador Hotel, Enshi, Hubei, China, August 1, 2013.

[210] “Effective
transverse elastic moduli of three-phase hybrid fiber-reinforced composites
with randomly located and interacting aligned circular fibers of distinct
elastic properties and sizes”, (Y.F. Ko and J.W. Ju), Invited Talk, Symposium
on Multiscale Damage and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, 2013 ASCE
EMI Engineering Mechanics Conference, Northwestern University, Evanston,
Illinois, August 5, 2013.

[211] “Effective
elastic responses of CNT-reinforced polymer composites with CNT waviness”, (K.
Yanase, S. Moriyama and J.W. Ju), Invited Talk, Symposium on Multiscale Damage
and Failure Mechanics of Engineering Materials, 2013 ASCE EMI Engineering
Mechanics Conference, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, August 5,
2013.

[212] 
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju and K. Yanase), Semi-plenary Lecture, the 2013 Chinese Congress on Theoretical and
Applied Mechanics (CCTAM-13), held at Shaanxi State Hotel, Xi’an, China, on
August 19, 2013.

[213] 
“The
modified Eshelby tensor and effective properties of spherical particle
reinforced composite materials”, (J.W. Ju), College of
Aeronautics and Astronautics, Xi’an Jiaotong University, August 22, 2013.

[214] “Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju), Keynote Lecture, Beijing
International Center for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, held at Institute
of Applied Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, on August 26,
2013.

[215] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), Keynote
Lecture, Beijing International Center for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,
held at Institute of Applied Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing,
China, on August 27, 2013.

[216]  “Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, George Washington University, Washington,
D.C., on October 14, 2013.

[217] 
“Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), Semi-plenary Lecture, 2013
Asia-Pacific Congress for Computational Mechanics (APCOM-2013), and 4th
International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM-2013),
Inter-Continental Hotel, Singapore, on December 12, 2013.

[218]
“Size-dependent
probabilistic damage micromechanics and toughening mechanism for particle or
fiber reinforced composites”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Department of
Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, on March 30, 2014.

[219] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, Faculty
of Construction and Environment, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
SAR, on May 27, 2014.

[220] “Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, College
of Construction and Environment, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, on June 12,
2014.

[221]
“Mechanical
properties of innovative pothole patching materials featuring high-toughness
low-viscosity nano-molecular resins”, (J.W. Ju), Invited Lecture, College
of Civil Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China,
on June 13, 2014.