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Matt DeJong

Matt DeJong is a PhD student in Building Technology. He completed his undergraduate studies in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of California, Davis before working for 3 years as a Structural Engineer in Sacramento, CA. Before starting the PhD program in Building Technology, he received his S.M. in Structures and Materials here at MIT, where he researched the nanoscale effects of high temperature exposure on cement. His current research involves the analysis of unreinforced masonry structures subjected to earthquake loading. Matt is also a member of the MIT Graduate Soccer Team and enjoys camping, running, and Red Sox games in his spare time.

The mailing address of the student is:

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Room 5-418
    77 Massachusetts Avenue
    Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
    U. S. A.
    Phone/voice: (617) 253-7628