Jan 28 - Jan 29, 2022
09-06 GMT

International Webinar on Civil Engineering and Architectural Design

BRIAN OYEGBILE

Research Analyst

Organsing Committee Member

University of Georgia

Biography

Brian Oyegbile’s research focuses on the use of probabilistic and statistical tools for long-term performance modeling and risk assessment of infrastructure, including the subsequent quantification of resilience. He has investigated time-dependent bridge element interactions, referred to as coactiveness, in predicting bridge performance resulting from preventive maintenance, rehabilitation, or replacement (MRR) activities; dynamic analysis of structures, sensitivity analysis of bridge health index to depreciation of critical bridge elements, and tools for bridge asset valuation. He earned his Ph.D. in Engineering, with a focus on Infrastructure Resilience Systems, from the University of Georgia; a Master of Science in Structural Engineering – Analysis and Design of Earthquake Resistant Structures – from the National Technical University of Athens. Dr. Oyegbile is currently engaged within Caltrans statewide research efforts to optimize short- and long-term funding plans for improving the resilience of transportation infrastructure.

Educations

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Engineering - Infrastructure Resilience System Emphasis (2020)
University of Georgia - Athens, GA, U.S.A

Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Structural Engineering (2012)

National Technical University of Athens - Athens, Greece


Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Civil Engineering (2009)
University of Ibadan - Ibadan, Nigeria

Collaborations

• Oyegbile, O. B., & Chorzepa, M. G. (2021, May). Coactive Prioritization and a Novel Game Theory Model for Bridge Life-cycle Analysis. Engineering Mechanis Institute Conference and Probabilistic Mechanics & Reliability Conference, Columbia University [virtual], United States.


• Invited speaker
o Oyegbile, O. B., & Chorzepa, M. G. (2021, July). Performance of Bridges in the U.S. State of Georgia: Analysis of 25-year NBI Inspection Records. Global Summit on Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, Bercelona, Spain.


• Invited seminar
o Development of Depreciation Models and Coactive Prioritization Strategy to Enhance Long-term Bridge Performance: Purdue University Lyles School of Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, IN (2021, April).

• Oyegbile, A. B., Oyegbile, O. B., & Akdogan, G. (2020). The role of micro vortex in the environmental and biological processes. In Vortex Dynamics. IntechOpen.


• Oyegbile, O. B., & Chorzepa, M. G. (2020). A strategic move for long term bridge performance within a game theory framework by a data-driven co-active mechanism. Infrastructures, 5(10): 1-22.


• Oyegbile, O. B., Chorzepa, M. G., Durham, S. A., & Kim, S. S. (2020). Novel prioritization mechanism to enhance long-term performance predictions for bridge asset management. Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 35(1): 04020133.


• Oyegbile, O. B., & Chorzepa, M. G. (2020). Co-Active prioritization by means of contingency tables for analyzing element-level bridge inspection results and optimizing returns. Infrastructures, 5(2): 1-24.


• Oyegbile, O. B., Oyegbile, A. B., & Sørensen, K. K. (2019). Surface modification and stabilization of kaolin part 1: effects of CTAC-PP fiber composites. Materials Research Innovations, 23(7), 427-439.


• Chorzepa, M. G., & Oyegbile, O. B. (2019). Development of bridge depreciation models utilizing the NBI condition ratings over the past 25 years; Report No. FHWA-GA-1830; University of Georgia: Athens, GA, U.S.A.


• Chorzepa, M. G., Durham, S. A, Kim, S. K., & Oyegbile, O. B. (2019). Bridge asset valuation utilizing condition states obtained from element-based inspection inventories and depreciation models over the life cycle of the assets; Report No. FHWA-GA-19-1728; University of Georgia: Athens, GA, U.S.A.


• Oyegbile, O. B., & Oyegbile, B. A. (2017). Applications of geosynthetic membranes in soil stabilization and coastal defense structures. International Journal of Sustainable Built Environment, 6(2), 636-662.


• Oyegbile, B. A., Hoff, M., Adonadaga, M., & Oyegbile, O. B. (2017). Experimental analysis of the hydrodynamics, flow pattern and wet agglomeration in rotor-stator vortex separators. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 5(3), 2115-2127.


• Oyegbile, B. A., & Oyegbile, O. B. (2017). Preliminary assessment of soil contamination by trace metals in peri-urban municipal landfills in Ibadan, Nigeria. F1000Research, 6(871), 871.


• Oyegbile, O. B., & Ayininuola, G. M. (2013). Laboratory studies on the influence of crude oil spillage on lateritic soil shear strength: A case study of Niger Delta Area of Nigeria. Journal of Earth Sciences and Geotechnical Engineering, 3(2): 73-83.


• Olutoge, F. A., Adeniran, K. M., & Oyegbile, O. B. (2013). The ultimate strength behaviour of laterised concrete beam. Science Research 1(3): 52-58.


• Oyegbile, O. B., Olutoge, F. A., & Tat, T.N. (2012). Management of building collapse in Nigeria: A lesson from earthquake-triggered building collapse in Athens, Greece. Management, 2(6): 36-42.