Michalis F. Vassiliou
Michalis F. Vassiliou
Assistant Professor, Chair of Seismic Design and Analysis, ETH Zurich
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TitleCited byYear
Analysis of the rocking response of rigid blocks standing free on a seismically isolated base
MF Vassiliou, N Makris
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, 2012
1062012
Planar rocking response and stability analysis of an array of free‐standing columns capped with a freely supported rigid beam
N Makris, MF Vassiliou
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 42 (3), 431-449, 2013
1042013
Estimating Time Scales and Length Scales in Pulselike Earthquake Acceleration Records with Wavelet Analysis
MF Vassiliou, N Makris
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 101 (2), 596-618, 2011
922011
Dynamic response analysis of solitary flexible rocking bodies: modeling and behavior under pulse‐like ground excitation
MF Vassiliou, KR Mackie, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 43 (10), 1463-1481, 2014
562014
Are some top-heavy structures more stable?
N Makris, MF Vassiliou
Journal of Structural Engineering 140 (5), 06014001, 2014
542014
An analytical model of a deformable cantilever structure rocking on a rigid surface: development and verification
MF Vassiliou, R Truniger, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 44 (15), 2775-2794, 2015
502015
Dynamics of inelastic base‐isolated structures subjected to analytical pulse ground motions
MF Vassiliou, A Tsiavos, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 42 (14), 2043-2060, 2013
502013
Dynamics of the Vertically Restrained Rocking Column
MF Vassiliou, N Makris
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 141 (12), 04015049, 2015
462015
Dynamics of the rocking frame with vertical restrainers
N Makris, MF Vassiliou
Journal of Structural Engineering 141 (10), 04014245, 2014
412014
A finite element model for seismic response analysis of deformable rocking frames
MF Vassiliou, KR Mackie, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 46 (3), 447-466, 2017
392017
An analytical model of a deformable cantilever structure rocking on a rigid surface: experimental validation
R Truniger, MF Vassiliou, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 44 (15), 2795-2815, 2015
372015
Sizing the slenderness of free-standing rocking columns to withstand earthquake shaking
N Makris, MF Vassiliou
Archive of Applied Mechanics 82 (10-11), 1497-1511, 2012
352012
The existence of ‘complete similarities’ in the response of seismic isolated structures subjected to pulse‐like ground motions and their implications in analysis
N Makris, MF Vassiliou
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 40 (10), 1103-1121, 2011
322011
The three‐dimensional behavior of inverted pendulum cylindrical structures during earthquakes
MF Vassiliou, S Burger, M Egger, JA Bachmann, M Broccardo, ...
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 46 (14), 2261-2280, 2017
282017
Comparative Assessment of Two Rocking Isolation Techniques for a Motorway Overpass Bridge
A Agalianos, A Psychari, MF Vassiliou, B Stojadinovic, I Anastasopoulos
Frontiers in Built Environment 3, 47, 2017
222017
Is rocking motion predictable?
JA Bachmann, M Strand, MF Vassiliou, M Broccardo, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 47 (2), 535-552, 2018
212018
Dynamics of rocking podium structures
JA Bachmann, MF Vassiliou, B Stojadinović
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 46 (14), 2499-2517, 2017
142017
The Dynamics of the Rocking Frame
N Makris, MF Vassiliou
Seismic Assessment, Behavior and Retrofit of Heritage Buildings and …, 2015
142015
Dynamics of inelastic base-isolated structures subjected to recorded ground motions
A Tsiavos, KR Mackie, MF Vassiliou, B Stojadinović
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 15 (4), 1807-1830, 2017
122017
Rocking response of slender, flexible columns under pulse excitation
MF Vassiliou, KR Mackie, B Stojadinović
Proceedings of the 4th ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Computational Methods …, 2013
122013
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