Matthew Yarnold, Ph.D.
Assistant ProfessorHighest Degree University: Drexel University
PO Box: 5015
Dr. Yarnold is a newly appointed structural engineering faculty member in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. His research interests includes structural identification and structural health monitoring of bridge structures.
PhD, Civil Engineering, Drexel University, 2013
MS, Civil Engineering, Lehigh University, 2005
BS, Civil Engineering, Lehigh University, 2003
Intelligent Infrastructure Systems, Philadelphia, PA (2 years)
Ammann & Whitney, Philadelphia, PA (5 years)
Recent Journal Publications:
Yarnold, M.T., Moon, F.L., Aktan, A.E., (2015 Accepted) "Temperature-Based Structural Identification of Long-Span Bridges," Journal of Structural Engineering
Yarnold, M.T. & Dubbs, N.C., (Currently in Publication) “Bearing Assessment using Periodic Temperature-Base Assessment,” Journal of the Transportation Research Record
Yarnold, M.T., Moon, F.L. (2015) "Temperature-Based Structural Health Monitoring Baseline for Long-Span Bridges," Engineering Structures, 86(0), 157-167
Yarnold, M.T. (2014). “Identification of Bridge Movement Mechanisms,” Engineering, 6, 584-591.
Glisic, B., Yarnold, M.T., Moon, F.L., and Aktan, A.E. (2014). "Advanced Visualization and Accessibility to Heterogeneous Monitoring Data."Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 29(5), 382-398.