Bio:

Ge Song is a Ph. D. student in Disaster Prevention and Reduction Engineering at Tongji University. His research project aims to propose an energy-based design theory towards the self-centering structures, as well as the damage-based performance evaluation frameworks. He was a visiting researcher in Prof. Yang’s research group at the University of British Columbia from 2019.09 ~ 2021.09.

Interests: Performance-based design theory; Resilient structural systems; Disaster prevention and reduction;

 

 

 

Publications:

Ge Song, Tony Yang, Ying Zhou. Performance evaluation of self-centering rocking shear walls: Part 2-Determination of performance objectives. Structures, 2021, 34: 3404-3413.

Ge Song, Tony Yang, Ying Zhou. Performance evaluation of self-centering rocking shear walls: Part 1-Quantification of structural damages. Structures, 2021, 34: 2515-2529.

Ge Song, Tony Yang, Ying Zhou. Energy-based seismic design for self-centering concrete frames. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 2021, 19: 5113-5137.

Ge Song, Tony Yang, Ying Zhou. Distribution of hysteretic energy demands in self-centering concrete frames with hybrid joints. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2021, 148: 106828.

Ge Song, Ying Zhou, Tony Yang. Energy-based design theory for self-centering structures// IWEBSE: Energy-Based Seismic Engineering, 24-26 May, 2021, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Madrid.

Ying Zhou, Ge Song, Wei Huang. Performance-based damage evaluation of hybrid joints. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 2020, 18: 3781-3816.

Ying Zhou, Ge Song, Ping Tan. Hysteretic energy demand for self-centering SDOF systems. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2019, 125: 105703.

Ying Zhou, Ge Song, Shimin Huang, Hao Wu. Input energy spectra for self-centering SDOF systems. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2019, 121: 293-305.