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Welcome to the Smart Management of Infrastructure Laboratory (SMILab) at the University of New Mexico (UNM)! Our research group aims to develop the use of next-generation smart sensing technologies and strategies towards safer, cost-effective, resilient and sustainable structures. We are interested in monitoring and assessing structures subjected to dynamic loading and hazards, unusual stress levels, and extreme loading events. Our research topics involve wireless smart sensing, structural health monitoring, cost-effective prioritization of assets, structural modeling and validation, existing structure field monitoring and assessment, and laboratory testing and validation of structural systems under dynamic loading.


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February 11, 2017

Shreya Vemuganti wins 2nd place in UNM STEM research symposium

January 29, 2017

Dr. Fernando Moreu and Piyush Garg presented three papers from SMILab at XXXV IMAC

January 27, 2017

Tom Paez visits Department of Civil Engineering and SMILab

January 26, 2017

SMILab member Jose Alberto Gomez is going to defend his Master's Thesis on February 16, 2017 in room CENT 3031 at 11 AM. He has been offered a civil engineering position in 'Heuristic Actions'.

SMILab Director

Fernando Moreu, Ph.D., P.E. 

Curriculum Vitae
SMILab Director and Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
fmoreu@unm.edu; Office (505) 277-1784
Physical Address
University of New Mexico (UNM)
Centennial Engineering Center 3056
MSC01 1070, 1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131