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Four innovative faculty members awarded campus’s 2022 Bakar Prize

Kenichi Soga, the Donald H. McLaughlin Professor in Mineral Engineering and a Chancellor’s Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering….believes that smart infrastructure is crucial to preventing such catastrophes, which is why he was awarded the Bakar Prize for developing monitoring systems that utilize dynamic distributed fiber optic sensing technology. This helps determine the durability of infrastructure as it ages, including distortion after earthquakes, and will ultimately help ensure a safer infrastructure that adapts to the needs of the future.
Four innovative faculty members awarded campus’s 2022 Bakar Prize
Berkeley News February 7, 2022
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