Mohammad Baradaranshoraka, M.S.

Mohammad Baradaranshoraka

Major: Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Science
Louisiana State University Coastal Flagship Research Assistant

Engineering Science Program at Louisiana State University
3150 Patrick F. Taylor Hall (office)
3128 Patrick F. Taylor Hall (mailing)
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Email: mbarad3@lsu.edu

Education:
Master of Science in Engineering and Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University – Pittsburgh, PA
August 2011

Master of Science in Natural Disaster Management
University of Tehran – Tehran, Iran
August 2009

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
University of Tehran – Tehran, Iran
September 2006

Publications:

  • Omidvar B., Baradaran Shoraka M., Nojavan M., Temporary Site Selection and Decision Making methods, a Comparison. Case study: Tehran Metropolitan after Earthquake, No. 1 Municipal District. Disaster. Accepted Dec. 2011.
  • Bruine de Bruin, W., Stone, E., MacDonald, J. A., Fischbeck, P., Baradaran Shoraka, M. The effect of communication design and recipients’ numeracy on responses to UXO risk. Journal of Risk Research. March 2012. Accepted Dec. 2012

Featured Works

  •  The effect of communication design and recipients’ numeracy on responses to UXO risk," Bruine de Bruin, W., Stone, E., MacDonald, J. A., Fischbeck, P., Baradaran Shoraka, M., Journal of Risk Research. March 2012. Accepted Dec. 2012
    Mohammad Baradaranshoraka, PhD Student
  • Temporary Site Selection and Decision Making methods, a Comparison. Case study: Tehran Metropolitan after Earthquake, No. 1 Municipal District Disaster," Omidvar B., Baradaran Shoraka M., Nojavan M. Accepted Dec. 2011.
    Mohammad Baradaranshoraka, PhD Student

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