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D-Index & Metrics

Discipline name D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines. Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Engineering and Technology D-index 32 Citations 5,584 72 World Ranking 4729 National Ranking 156
Earth Science D-index 31 Citations 5,024 69 World Ranking 5048 National Ranking 142

Overview

What is she best known for?

The fields of study she is best known for:

  • Statistics
  • Structural engineering
  • Civil engineering

Her primary areas of investigation include Seismic hazard, Seismic risk, Structural engineering, Civil engineering and Earthquake scenario. Helen Crowley combines subjects such as Probabilistic logic and Earthquake simulation with her study of Seismic hazard. She merges Seismic risk with Fragility in her research.

Her work in the fields of Structural engineering, such as Response spectrum, Limit state design and Reinforced concrete, intersects with other areas such as Limit and Vulnerability assessment. Her work in Civil engineering addresses issues such as Earthquake engineering, which are connected to fields such as Stiffness. Within one scientific family, Helen Crowley focuses on topics pertaining to Urban seismic risk under Earthquake scenario, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Induced seismicity, Peak ground acceleration and Hazard analysis.

Her most cited work include:

  • DEVELOPMENT OF SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES OVER THE PAST 30 YEARS (249 citations)
  • OpenQuake Engine: An Open Hazard (and Risk) Software for the Global Earthquake Model (238 citations)
  • The 2013 European Seismic Hazard Model: key components and results (215 citations)

What are the main themes of her work throughout her whole career to date?

Helen Crowley focuses on Fragility, Seismic risk, Structural engineering, Seismic hazard and Forensic engineering. As part of her inquiry into Civil engineering and Seismology, Helen Crowley is doing Seismic risk research. In the subject of general Seismology, her work in Induced seismicity and Peak ground acceleration is often linked to Magnitude, thereby combining diverse domains of study.

Her study in the fields of Masonry, Limit state design and Reinforced concrete under the domain of Structural engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Vulnerability assessment. In general Seismic hazard study, her work on Earthquake scenario often relates to the realm of Hazard, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her work focuses on many connections between Earthquake scenario and other disciplines, such as Urban seismic risk, that overlap with her field of interest in Environmental resource management.

She most often published in these fields:

  • Fragility (32.43%)
  • Seismic risk (32.43%)
  • Structural engineering (24.32%)

What were the highlights of her more recent work (between 2018-2021)?

  • Fragility (32.43%)
  • Seismic risk (32.43%)
  • Seismology (14.41%)

In recent papers she was focusing on the following fields of study:

Helen Crowley spends much of her time researching Fragility, Seismic risk, Seismology, Soil structure interaction and Induced seismicity. Her Seismic risk research includes themes of Code and Forensic engineering. Her is doing research in Seismic hazard and Earthquake engineering, both of which are found in Seismology.

Her research in Seismic hazard intersects with topics in Earthquake risk and Foundation. Soil structure interaction is a subfield of Structural engineering that Helen Crowley studies. Her Data collection study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seismic loading, Probabilistic logic, Probabilistic framework and Frequency of exceedance.

Between 2018 and 2021, her most popular works were:

  • A Probabilistic Model to Evaluate Options for Mitigating Induced Seismic Risk (32 citations)
  • Current Challenges and Future Trends in Analytical Fragility and Vulnerability Modeling (30 citations)
  • Probabilistic damage assessment of buildings due to induced seismicity (22 citations)

In her most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Statistics
  • Structural engineering
  • Civil engineering

Helen Crowley mostly deals with Fragility, Seismic risk, Forensic engineering, Induced seismicity and Unreinforced masonry building. Her study of Fragility brings together topics like Current, Empirical data, Risk analysis, Response analysis and Shallow foundation. Her study in Seismic risk is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Earthquake risk, Seismic hazard and Foundation.

Her Forensic engineering study incorporates themes from Data collection, Seismic loading, Probabilistic logic, Probabilistic framework and Frequency of exceedance. Her Induced seismicity study introduces a deeper knowledge of Seismology. Her Unreinforced masonry building study is concerned with the field of Structural engineering as a whole.

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Best Publications

DEVELOPMENT OF SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES OVER THE PAST 30 YEARS

G. M Calvi;R Pinho;G Magenes;J. J Bommer.
ISET Journal of earthquake technology (2006)

623 Citations

OpenQuake Engine: An Open Hazard (and Risk) Software for the Global Earthquake Model

M. Pagani;D. Monelli;G. Weatherill;L. Danciu.
Seismological Research Letters (2014)

438 Citations

The 2013 European Seismic Hazard Model: key components and results

Jochen Woessner;Danciu Laurentiu;Domenico Giardini;Helen Crowley.
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering (2015)

349 Citations

A Probabilistic Displacement-based Vulnerability Assessment Procedure for Earthquake Loss Estimation

Helen Crowley;Rui Pinho;Julian J. Bommer.
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering (2004)

330 Citations

Seismic Hazard Assessment (2003–2009) for the Italian Building Code

Massimiliano Stucchi;Carlo Meletti;Valentina Montaldo;Helen Crowley.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2011)

292 Citations

Simplified pushover-based vulnerability analysis for large-scale assessment of RC buildings

Barbara Borzi;Rui Pinho;Helen Crowley.
Engineering Structures (2008)

279 Citations

Development of the OpenQuake engine, the Global Earthquake Model’s open-source software for seismic risk assessment

Vitor Silva;Helen Crowley;Marco Pagani;Damiano Monelli.
Natural Hazards (2014)

245 Citations

Modelling Seismic Hazard in Earthquake Loss Models with Spatially Distributed Exposure

Helen Crowley;Julian J. Bommer.
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering (2006)

186 Citations

Detailed assessment of structural characteristics of Turkish RC building stock for loss assessment models

I. E. Bal;Helen Crowley;Rui Pinho;F. Gülten Gülay.
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (2008)

177 Citations

PERIOD-HEIGHT RELATIONSHIP FOR EXISTING EUROPEAN REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS

H. Crowley;R. Pinho.
Journal of Earthquake Engineering (2004)

167 Citations

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