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5 star rating

Very useful course

Lorenzo Amico

The lessons are well structured to favour learning of OpenSees' basic notions. It might be even more useful to supplement the lessons with the deepening of ...

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The lessons are well structured to favour learning of OpenSees' basic notions. It might be even more useful to supplement the lessons with the deepening of some examples of the OpenSees Wiki. Anyway, good job

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OpenSees Cafe

Selamawit Dires

I am very grateful to come to know Silvia's Brainery and the ample opportunity I get to expedite my learning experience. Not only am I benefiting from the co...

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I am very grateful to come to know Silvia's Brainery and the ample opportunity I get to expedite my learning experience. Not only am I benefiting from the courses and live discussions @ OpenSees Cafe, but also I am introduced to a community that engages in Earthquake Engineering research and projects; I get to learn from other peers' experiences. Dr. Silvia Mazzoni, Dr. Micheal Scott, and the participants are amiable and very supportive. Since I started attending OpenSees Cafe, I have learned how to address many subtle issues while running OpenSees simulations and useful resources. Most importantly, anyone can bring their OpenSees models to the table and get assistance from the well-versed experts. Undoubtedly It is the best investment one can make, and I highly recommend it to anyone working with OpenSees without any reservations.

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OpenSees Training - From Fundamentals to Advanced knowledge

Sina Hojjat

As far as I'm aware there's no comparable course in the market for OpenSees. It walks the users from the basic knowledge to the advanced material with the si...

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As far as I'm aware there's no comparable course in the market for OpenSees. It walks the users from the basic knowledge to the advanced material with the simple and understandable examples, however it shouldn't be expected that the course content is always easy, it needs effort to master. I would watch this course several times., as I each time I will learn more.

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5 star rating

Excelente curso!

Irving Martínez

Verdaderamente este curso me ha ayudado a dar mis primeros pasos en OpenSees, muchas dudas iniciales han sido despejadas y nuevas han surgido pero sin duda l...

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Verdaderamente este curso me ha ayudado a dar mis primeros pasos en OpenSees, muchas dudas iniciales han sido despejadas y nuevas han surgido pero sin duda lo recomiendo para todos aquellos que quieran adentrarse por primera vez a este software.

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PhD Student

Andre Tahmassian

Amazing course, essential for OpenSees users.

Amazing course, essential for OpenSees users.

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5 star rating

Great course

Ikenna Odikamnoro

Instructor(s)

Founder, Executive Director, & Senior Instructor

Silvia Mazzoni

Dr. Silvia Mazzoni has been training OpenSees users for over 20 years. She developed the first OpenSees Days workshops held at UC Berkeley as part of the OpenSees Development Team. In the OpenSees Wiki she wrote the OpenSees User and Examples Manual. As an independent consultant, she now works with Engineering firms in adopting OpenSees into their practice through training and element development. Silvia Mazzoni has opened an On-Line academy for earthquake engineering, Silvia’s Brainery! Silvia is currently also a Project Scientist and Lecturer at UCLA. Currently, she teaches the graduate course on Structural Dynamics in the Fall.

Structural Mechanics & Development Instructor

Michael Scott

Michael Scott is a Professor of Structural Engineering and a core developer of OpenSees. He wrote and maintains many of the nonlinear element and constitutive models, as well as nonlinear solution algorithms, in OpenSees. He has led sessions at previous OpenSees Days on how to use and develop finite element models. Michael has also adopted OpenSeesPy, the Python interpreter for OpenSees, in his research and teaching.