Dr. Clouston has been working in the field of structural wood design and
engineering for over twenty-five years. As an Associate Professor at the
University of Massachusetts, she teaches structural timber design, bio-based building composites and material mechanics/tectonics for architects, engineers and construction technologists. With over 60 publications, she conducts research on the structural behavior and efficient use of sustainable, bio-based composite materials. Current topics include
wood-concrete composite systems, laminated veneer bamboo connections,
innovative timber design, and computational modeling of structural bio-based
composites. Dr. Clouston is a registered professional engineer (APEGBC) since 1992 and Associate Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers since 2001. She serves on numerous national review panels and committees and is founder and coordinator of the UMass Wood Structures Symposium.
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