Fae Azhari

Fae Azhari

Fae Azhari

Assistant Professor

Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering

Email: azhari@mie.utoronto.ca
Office: MC314
Tel: 416-978-6813


Areas of Specialization: 

Structural Health Monitoring



Fae Azhari received her BSc and MASc degrees in Civil engineering from Isfahan University of Technology and the University of British Columbia, respectively. After working in the industry for a few years, she returned to school and completed her MEng degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at the University of California, Berkeley, and her PhD in Structural Engineering and Mechanics at the University of California, Davis.
Fae is interested in structural health monitoring (SHM) and prognosis of engineering systems. Her main areas of research are twofold: (I) sensor development and assessing the performance of novel sensing devices, and (II) developing decision-making frameworks that use probabilistic models to translate collected data into meaningful information and efficient remedial strategies for various infrastructure systems.

Cross-Appointed with the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Research Interests


See my list of publications on Google Scholar

Cement-based sensors with carbon fibers and carbon nanotubes for piezoresistive sensing
F Azhari, N Banthia
Cement and concrete composites 34 (7), 866-873

Cement-based sensors for structural health monitoring
F Azhari
University of British Columbia

Carbon fiber-reinforced cementitious composites for tensile strain sensing
F Azhari, N Banthia
ACI Materials Journal 114 (1), 129

Recent advances in skin-inspired sensors enabled by nanotechnology
KJ Loh, F Azhari
JOM 64, 793-801

Laboratory validation of buried piezoelectric scour sensing rods
F Azhari, KJ Loh
Structural Control and Health Monitoring 24 (9), e1969