REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. Gomez, J. A., Ozdagli, A., Moreu, F., “Reference-Free Dynamic Displacements of Railroad Bridges Using Low-Cost Sensors” Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures 1045389X17721375.
  2. Moreu, F., Ayorinde, E., Mason, J., Farrar, C., Mascarenas, D.; ”Remote Railroad Bridge Structural Tap Testing using Aerial Robots”; International Journal of Intelligent Robotics and Applications, Intelligent Robotics for Civil Infrastructure (submitted)
  3. Ozdagli, A., Gomez, J. A., Moreu, F., “Real-time Model-free and Reference-free Displacement of Railroad Bridges during Train-crossing Events”. Journal of Bridge Engineering 22(10), 04017073. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)BE.1943-5592.0001113
  4. Hoag, A., Hoult, N., Take, A., Moreu, F., Le, H. and Tolikonda, V. (2017); “Measuring displacements of a railroad bridge using DIC and accelerometers”; Smart Structures and Systems 19(2), 225-236.
  5. Moreu, F., Spencer Jr, B. F., Foutch, D. A., & Scola, S. (2017). Consequence-based management of railroad bridge networks. Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, 13(2), 273-286. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15732479.2016.1162817
  6. Moreu, F.; Kim, R. E.; and Spencer, Jr., B. F. (2017); “Railroad Bridge Monitoring Using Wireless Smart Sensors”; Structural Control and Health Monitoring (2017). 24: e1863. doi: 10.1002/stc.1863.
  7. Kim, R. E.; Moreu, F.; and Spencer, Jr., B. F. (2016); “Hybrid Model for Railroad Bridge Dynamics”; Journal of Structural Engineering 04016066. http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0001530
  8. Kim, R. E.; Moreu, .; and Spencer, Jr., B. F. (2015); “Development of a Calibrated Railroad Bridge FE Model using Wireless Smart Sensors”; Smart Structures and Systems (click here)
  9. Moreu, F.; Jo, H.; Li, J.; Kim, R. E., Scola, S.; Spencer, Jr., B. F.; and LaFave, J. M. (2016); “Reference-Free Displacement Estimation and Assessment for Railroad Bridges using Wireless Smart Sensors”; ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering (click here)
  10. Moreu, F.; Jo, H.; Li, J.; Kim, R.; Cho, S.; Kimmle, A.; Scola, S.; Le, H.; Spencer, Jr., B. F.; and LaFave, J. M. (2015); “Dynamic Assessment of Timber Railroad Bridges using Displacements”; ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering (click here)
  11. Moreu, F. and LaFave, J. (2011); “Survey of current research topics-Railroad Bridges and Structural Engineering”; Railway Track & Structures, September, pgs. 65-70 (click here)
  12. Moreu, F., Spencer Jr, B. F., Foutch, D. A., & Scola, S. (2017). Consequence-based management of railroad bridge networks. Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, 13(2), 273-286. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15732479.2016.1162817
  13. Garg, P., Ozdagli, A., & Moreu, F. (2017). Optimal Bridge Displacement Controlled by Train Speed on Real-Time. In Dynamics of Civil Structures, Volume 2 (pp. 291-299). Springer, Cham.
  14. Vemuganti, S., Ozdagli, A., Liu, B., Bajric, A., Moreu, F., Brake, M. R., & Troyer, K. (2017). Sensing and Rating of Vehicle–Railroad Bridge Collision. In Dynamics of Civil Structures, Volume 2 (pp. 227-234). Springer, Cham.
  15. Vemuganti, S., & Moreu, F. (2017). Survey about Bottom Surface Abrasion of Concrete Crossties TRB 96th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers (No. 17-06121).
  16. Gomez, L., Vemuganti, S., & Moreu, F. (2017). Invited Student Paper-Cyber-Physical Systems Related to Historic Infrastructure Maintenance TRB 96th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers (No. 17-06016).

PUBLICATIONS IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Gomez, J. A., Ozdagli, A., Moreu, F., Application of low-cost sensors for estimation of reference-free displacements under dynamic loading for railroad bridges safety, Proceedings of the ASME 2016 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems, SMASIS2016, September 28-30, 2016, Stowe, Vermont, USA
  2. Vemuganti, S., Ozdagli, A., Moreu F., Survey Bottom Surface Abrasion of Concrete Crossties, TRB 96th Annual Meeting, 2017.
  3. Lauren G., Shreya V., Moreu F., CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS RELATED TO HISTORIC INFRASTRUCTURE MAINTENANCE, TRB 96th Annual Meeting, 2017.
  4. Vemuganti, S., Moreu, F., Ozdagli, O., Bajric, A., Liu, B., Brake, M., Troyer, K., Sensing and Rating of vehicle-bridge collisions, IMAC XXXV conference by Society of Experimental Mechanics (SEM). Garden Grove, CA, USA, January 30-February 2 2017.
  5. Garg, P., Ozdagli, A.,  and Moreu, F. (2017). Optimal Bridge Displacement Controlled by Train Speed on Real-Time. IMAC XXXV conference by Society of Experimental Mechanics (SEM). Garden Grove, CA, USA, January 30-February 2 2017 (abstract submitted)
  6. Garg, P., Gomez, J., Ozdagli, A.,  and Moreu, F. (2016). Non-Contact, Reference-Free Measurement of Bridge Displacement Using Viberometer.  2nd Huixian International Forum on Earthquake Engineering for Young Researchers. Beijing, China, August 19-21 2016.
  7. Shreya V., Moreu F., Survey About Deterioration of Concrete Ties Due to Abrasion Against Railway Ballast, 2016 International Crosstie and Fastening System Symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 14-16, 2016.
  8. Moreu, F., and Spencer Jr, B. F. (2015). Consequence-Based Management of Railroad Bridge Infrastructure enabled by Structural Health Monitoring. 2015 World Congress on Advances in Structural Engineering and Mechanics (ASEM15). Incheon, South Korea, August 25-29 2015.
  9. Spencer, Jr., B.F., Moreu, F., Kim, R. (2014); “Structural Health Monitoring of Railroad Bridges Using Wireless Smart Sensors (WSSs): Recent Real-world Experiences in North America”; Fourth International Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering (IALCEE 2014); Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, November 16-19
  10. Moreu, F.; Jo, H.; Li, J. Cho, S.; Kim, R.; Spencer, B.; and LaFave, J.; (2012); “Reference-free displacement estimation for structural health monitoring of railroad bridges”; AREMA 2012 Annual Conference & Exposition, Chicago, IL, September (click here)
  11. Moreu, F.; LaFave, J.; Spencer, B. (2012); “Structural health monitoring of railroad bridges – research needs and preliminary results”; Structures Congress (ASCE-SEI 2012), Chicago, IL, March (click here)Moreu, F.; LaFave, J.; Spencer, B. (2012); “New regulations on railroad bridge safety: opportunities and challenges for railroad bridge monitoring”; SPIE, Smart Structures and Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring, San Diego, CA, March (click here)
  12. Ren, J. J.; Wang, P.; Xiang, R.; Moreu, F. (2011); “Rub-plate length influence on longitudinal coupled slab track forces and displacements in railroad bridges turnouts”, Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January (click here)
  13. Moreu, F. (2008); “Young Structural Engineers Building Structures for the Poor”; Proceedings of the 17th Congress of IABSE (International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering): “Creating and Renewing Urban Structures. Tall Buildings, Bridges and Infrastructure”, Chicago, IL, September
  14. Moreu, F., Nagayama, T., Zeman, J., Rus, G., Lee, S.Y., and Park, T. (2008); “Railroad Bridge Replacement in the US Today: Current Technology and Future Possibilities”; Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management, IABMAS (International Association for Bridge Maintenance and Safety), Seoul, South Korea, July (click here)
  15. Moreu, F. (2008); “Upgrading Railroads Infrastructure with Prestressed Concrete Bridges”; Proceedings of the 2008 Concrete Bridge Conference. HPC – Safe, Affordable and Efficient. NCBC (National Concrete Bridge Council), Saint Louis, MO, April
  16. Moreu, F. and Nagayama, T. (2008); “Use of Wireless Sensors for Timber Trestle Railroad Bridges Health Monitoring Assessment”; ASCE Conf. Proc. 314, 36; Proceedings of the 2008 Structures Congress: Crossing Borders; DOI:10.1061/41016 (314) 36, April (click here)
  17. Moreu, F. and Nagayama, T. (2007); “Possibilities of Using Sensing Technology For Railroad Bridges Maintenance and Repair”; Proceedings of the IABSE Symposium ‘Improving Infrastructure Worldwide – Bringing People Closer’; Weimar, Germany, September 19-21. ISBN: 978-385748-116-1 (click here)
  18. Moreu, F. (2007); “Building US Railroad Bridges Within Hours a.k.a. “Railroad Bridge Change-Outs”; Proceedings of the IABSE Symposium ‘Improving Infrastructure Worldwide – Bringing People Closer’; Weimar, Germany, September 19-21. ISBN: 978-385748-116-1 (click here)
  19. Moreu, F. (2007); “Consulting Engineering, Research and Innovation in Civil Engineering in the United Status. Potential Applications to Engineering Practice in Spain”. Proceedings of the II Nacional Consulting Engineering Congress. Madrid, Spain. April 23, 24 [In Spanish]
  20. Moreu, F. (2006); “Construction of a New 80’– 0” Steel Girder Span. Mile U5.6 Edgewood Subdivision, Cruse, IL”; Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges 2006, Montreal, Canada, August
  21. Moreu, F. (2006); “New Memphis Super Terminal (MST) Intermodal Railroad. Bridge over Horn Lake Cut-off Ditch Design and Construction”; Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges 2006, Montreal, Canada, August
  22. Moreu, F.; Gagnon, E.; Edwards, R. (2006); “Railroad Bridges in the Service of Society”; Fernando Moreu, Eric Gagnon, Riley Edwards. Proceedings of the 3rd National Congress of Civil Engineering, Zaragoza, Spain, October
  23. Moreu, F. (2005); “Prestressed Concrete Railroad Bridges on Driven H-Piles: The Mile Bridge, KY (USA)”; Proceedings of the Structural Engineering Seminar 2004-2005. Seminario José Antonio García García. University of Granada (Spain), May

TECHNICAL REPORTS

  1. Moreu, F., and Spencer Jr, B. F. (2015).Framework for Consequence-based Management and Safety of Railroad Bridge Infrastructure Using Wireless Smart Sensors (WSS). Newmark Structural Engineering Laboratory. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  2. Spencer Jr, B. F., Moreu, F., and Kim, R. E. (2015).Campaign Monitoring of Railroad Bridges in High-Speed Rail Shared Corridors using Wireless Smart Sensors. Newmark Structural Engineering Laboratory. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  3. Moreu, F. and LaFave, J. (2012); “Current Research Topics: Railroad Bridges and Structural Engineering”; Newmark Structural Engineering Laboratory (NSEL) Report Series 032; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), Urbana, IL (click here)

MAGAZINE ARTICLES

  1. Moreu, F. (2014); “China Ministry OKs Code for Structural Health Monitoring Systems for Large Bridges”; ASCE Technical Notes (October) (click here)
  2. Moreu, F. (2007); Book review: “A story of the College of Civil Engineering; The College of Civil Engineering throughout its protagonists (Part I, 1802- 1898)”, by Fernando Sáenz Ridruejo. Madri+D. Dirección General de Universidades e Investigación. Consejería de Educación. Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. October [In Spanish]
  3. Moreu, F. (2007); “Seminar by Martita Mullen in the Civil Engineering College at the Unversity of Granada”. The engineer’s activity. “Young & Engineer”. Revista de Obras Públicas. Number 3480. Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos. September [In Spanish]

BOOK

  1. Moreu, F. (2001); Seismic Performance of the non-linear new element 08 for DRAIN-2DX, analysis software for non-linear elements under seismic demands; University of Granada, Granada (Spain) [In Spanish] (click here)

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE), Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) (2018); Manual of Objective Resilience; Chapter in Resilience of Railroad Infrastructure (in preparation)
  2. American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-way Association (AREMA) (2018); Manual of Railroad Bridge Maintenance; Chapter in Railway Bridge Monitoring (in preparation).

OTHER PAPERS AND POSTERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

  1. Moreu, F., Ayorinde, E., Mason, J., Mascarenas, D. “Remote Railroad Bridge Structural Tap Testing using Aerial Robots”, Los Alamos Summer Symposium (winners of the student poster competition)
  2. Vemuganti, S., Ozdagli, A., Moreu F., Survey Bottom Surface Abrasion of Concrete Crossties, AREMA Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida (2nd place in the student competition).
  3. Piyush G., Shreya V., Jose Alberto Gomez, Ali O., Moreu F., Smart Management of Infrastructure Laboratory, NMCRDC UAS and Remote Sensing Workshop, February 26, 2016
  4. Moreu, F.; Spencer, Jr., B. F.; Foutch, D. A.; and Scola, S. (2015); “Consequence-Based Management of Railroad Bridges”; 6th International Conference on Advances in Experimental Structural Engineering, 11th International Workshop on Advanced Smart Materials and Smart Structures Technology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. August 1-2
  5. Moreu, F., Li, J., Jo, H., Kim, R. E., Scola, S., Spencer Jr., B.F., LaFave, J.M. (2015); “Reference-free Displacements for Condition Assessment of Railroad Bridges”; 6th International Conference on Advances in Experimental Structural Engineering, 11th International Workshop on Advanced Smart Materials and Smart Structures Technology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. August 1-2
  6. Kim, R. and Moreu, F. (2014): “Model Development and Identification for a Railroad Bridge using Wireless Smart Sensors”; Computational Science and Engineering Annual Meeting, National Center for Super Computer Applications (NCSA), Urbana, IL, April 7
  7. Moreu, F. (2014): “Campaign Monitoring of Railroad Bridges using Wireless Smart Sensors: Past, Present, and Future”; EKS Research Retreat, Allerton Conference Center, University of Illinois, Monticello, IL, February
  8. Moreu, F. (2013): “Structural Health Monitoring of Railroad Bridges”; EKS Research Retreat, Allerton Conference Center, University of Illinois, Monticello, IL, February
  9. Moreu, F. and LaFave, J. M. (2012): “Wireless Sensing Technology to Enhance Safety and Reliability for Railroad Bridges” ; Association of American Railroads (AAR) Annual Research Review, Pueblo, CO, March
  10. Moreu, F. (2012): “Railroad Bridge Replacement Prioritization”; EKS Research Retreat, Allerton Conference Center, University of Illinois, Monticello, IL, February
  11. Moreu, F. (2012); “Structural Health Monitoring of Timber Railroad Bridges”; AREMA Committee 10 meeting, Burlington, IA, June 18-20
  12. Moreu, F. and LaFave, J. M. (2010): “Bridge Performance Assessment using Simplified Field Monitoring”; Association of American Railroads (AAR) Annual Research Review, Pueblo, CO, February

INVITED KEYNOTE SPEECHES

  1. UNM STEAM-H for middle schools in Albuquerque, June 10, 2016: “structural engineering, railroad bridges, and the future”, presented to over 300 students.
  2. ESPE and Universidad Central First Seminar in Structural Engineering State-of-the-art Trends “Structural Dynamics and Structural Health Monitoring”. Quito, Ecuador, July 27-31, 2015.

INVITED WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION

  1. National Science Foundation -funded workshop NHERI@UC San Diego User Training Workshop, Dec 12-13, 2016.
  2. National Science Foundation -funded workshop NHERI Wall of Wind Experimental Facility User Workshop, November 18, 2016.
  3. National Science Foundation NSF-funded workshop on teaching ‘structural art’, University of Massachusetts (UMass Amherst), June 13-14 2016.
  4. Young Researchers Symposium in Earthquake Engineering, Chinese Earthquake Administration, Institute of Engineering Mechanics. August 17-18 2016.
  5. Bridge Weigh-in-Motion (BWIM); University of Connecticut, FHWA and Connecticut Department of Transportation, Storrs, CT, October 26-27, 2015
  6. UNM COSMIAC Region Technical Workforce Study, Albuquerque, NM. September 18, 2015.

INVITED ORAL PRESENTATIONS / TECHNICAL SEMINARS

  1. Transportation Research Board Committee AFF40 Nugget Presentation: Railroad Bridge Monitoring and Inspection under Live Loads: Current State of the Art and Future Trends; Washington DC, January 11, 2017.
  2. American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineering of Mechanics Institute, Objective Resilience Group: Performance Monitoring of Railroad Infrastructure; Washington DC, January 10, 2017.
  3. New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) Annual Transportation and Paving Conference: “Consequence-based management of complex bridge networks using wireless smart sensors”; January 5, 2017.
  4. New Mexico Tech, Department of Mechanical Engineering (seminar): “Cost-effective Remote Sensing and Rating of Critical Infrastructure”, October 4, 2016.
  5. University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (seminar); “Structural Health Monitoring of Railroad Bridges in North America” May 27, 2016
  6. American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI); “wireless smart sensors monitoring railroad bridge networks” Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, May 23-26.
  7. American Society of Civil Engineers New Mexico Section Annual Conference, Socorro, New Mexico, April 29, 2016;” Consequence-based Monitoring of Infrastructure for Decision-making”
  8. University of Kansas, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (seminar), April 15, 2016; “Structural Health Monitoring Using Wireless Smart Sensors (WSSs): Performance Assessment and Decision Tools Applications”
  9. University of New Mexico, Department of Mechanical Engineering (seminar); March 25, 2016; Albuquerque, New Mexico; “Hybrid Sensing for Structural Health Monitoring”
  10. New Mexico Collaborative Research and Development Council, February 26, 2016, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Remote Sensing (RS) Cluster. “UNM Research Opportunities for UAS and Infrastructure Consequence-Based Assessment”
  11. American Society of Civil Engineers, Annual Structural Congress, February 17, 2016, Phoenix, Arizona; Committee in System Identification; Southwest panel in Structural Health Monitoring, representing UNM: “SHM in the Southwest: State of the Art and Future Opportunities”
  12. Department of Civil Engineering Graduate Seminar; February 3, 2016; “Structural Health Monitoring Using Wireless Smart Sensors”
  13. Mulit Agent, Robotics, Hybrid, and Embedded Systems Research Group Seminar, November 19, 2015; Electrical and Compute Engineering Department; Albuquerque, New Mexico; “Wireless Smart Sensors for Infrastructure Monitoring”
  14. Computational Sustainability at the University of New Mexico (guest lecturer); November 16, 2015; Albuquerque, New Mexico; “Wireless Smart Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring”
  15. New Mexico Society of Professional Engineers; November 13, 2015; Albuquerque, New Mexico; “2015 NMSPE Issues Conference”
  16. West Point US Military Academy; October 28; “Railroad Bridge Maintenance, Repairs, and Replacement Prioritization Using Wireless Smart Sensors”
  17. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Arizona, October 23, 2015; Tucson, Arizona; “Management of Railroad Bridges Using Wireless Smart Sensors”
  18. Department of Civil Engineering, University of New Mexico, March 26, 2015; “Critical Infrastructure Management using Wireless Smart Sensors”
  19. Institute of Disaster Prevention, Beijing (China), August 4, 2014: “Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of Railroad Bridges”
  20. Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China Earthquake Administration, Harbin (China), July 14, 2014: “Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) for Railroad Bridges using Wireless Smart Sensor (WSSs) in North America”
  21. Department of Transportation Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), Harbin (China), July 9, 2014: “Railroad Bridges Replacement Projects in North America (Change Outs): Why, What, and How?”
  22. Department of Civil Engineering, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin (China), July 7, 2014: “New Smart Technologies for Safely Designing and Maintaining Civil Engineering Structures: The Illinois Approach” (click here)
  23. Department of Civil Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin (China), July 4, 2014: “Campaign Monitoring of Railroad Bridges using Wireless Smart Sensors: Past, Present, and Future” (click here)
  24. Society of Civil Engineers of Spain, Granada (Spain), December 30, 2011: “Civil Engineering Professional Developments in United States”
  25. University of Granada and Society of Civil Engineers of Spain, Granada, Spain, December 30, 2010: “Civil Engineering Education in United States”
  26. Engineering Week, LaSalle Bajío University, León (Mexico), Teleconference, October 12, 2010: “Young and Engineer: Is there any Future?”
  27. Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China Earthquake Administration, Beijing (China), August 2, 2010: “Railroad Bridges and Structural Health Monitoring”
  28. Employment Fair Expo, University of Granada, Granada (Spain), May 20, 2010: “Engineering Education in the Global Market”
  29. Maintenance of Way Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL, January 18, 2010: “Railroad Bridges Maintenance”
  30. Department of Structural Engineering and Mechanics, University of Granada, Granada (Spain), January 12, 2010: “Railroad Bridges and Structural Health Monitoring”
  31. Society of Civil Engineers of Spain, Granada (Spain), December 31, 2009: “Young & Engineering, the American Experience”
  32. ASCE Eastern Illinois Professional Chapter, Champaign, IL, December 15, 2009: “Railroad Bridges in the US inspection, maintenance and management”
  33. Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China Earthquake Administration (Harbin, China), August 6, 2007: “US Midwest bridges and other structures”
  34. Bridges and Structures Laboratory, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan), August 2, 2007: “Bridges Connecting Society”
  35. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN, March 2007: “Structural Engineering: Projects and Examples”
  36. Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris (France), May 2006: “USA railroad intermodal facilities”
  37. Maintenance of Way Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL, May 2006: “Edgewood Railroad Bridge Design and Construction Particularities”
  38. ASCE student chapter, Civil Engineering Department, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, May 2005: “Midwest Structures Design and Construction”
  39. Department of Structural Engineering and Mechanics, University of Granada, Granada (Spain), December 2004: “Prestressed Concrete Railroad Bridges on Driven H-piles: The Mile Bridge, Ky (USA).
  40. Bridges and Structures Laboratory, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan), May 2004: “USA Structures throughout their Design”