Civil and Architectural Engineering
College of Engineering and Applied Science
- Ph.D. Civil Engineering (Geotechnical) University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX, Aug 2015
- M.S.C.E. Civil Engineering (Geotechnical) University of Arkansas, Fayetteville AR, May 2011
- B.S. Civil Engineering, Utah State University, Logan UT, May 2009
I believe quality research stems from aiming to solve complex problems for the benefit of society. These problems are often inter-disciplinary and require collaboration across multiple fields of study. My main research area is in geotechnical earthquake engineering but I am also interested in engineering education, rehabilitation of dams and levees, soil structure interaction and efficient residential home energy design.
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)
- CE 3600 Soil Mechanics
- CE 4630 Geotechnical Engineering
- Cox, B.R., Griffiths, S.C., Rathje, E.M., and Teague, D.P. (2015). “Shear Wave Velocity Uncertainty and its Relation to the Variablility in Site Response Using a Dispersion Misfit Approach”. Invited paper for the 6th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Christchuch, New Zealand.
- Griffiths, S.C., Cox, B.R., Rathje, E.M., Teague, D.P. (2016a). “A Surface Wave Dispersion Approach for Evaluating Statistical Models that Account for Shear Wave Velocity Uncertainty,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (submitted August 2015).
- Griffiths, S.C., Cox, B.R., Rathje, E.M., Teague, D.P. (2016b). “Linking Dispersion Misfit and Uncertainty in Vs Profiles to Variability in Site Response,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (submitted August 2015).
- Griffiths, S.C., Cox, B.R. and Rathje, E.M. (2016). “Modeling Large Shear Strain in Site Response Analyses of Soft Soils” Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (submitted April 2015).
- Griffiths, S.C., and Cox, B.R. (2012). “A Comparison of SPT-Based Empirical Liquefaction Triggering Procedures for Soils at Significant Depths (+20 m)”. ASCE Geotechnical Special Publication 225, State of the Art and Practice in Geotechnical Engineering, GeoCongress 2012, Oakland, CA. 10 pg. CD-ROM.