María Eugenia Marante

María Eugenia Marante is a Professor of Structural Engineering at Lisandro Alvarado University, Venezuela. She majored in Structural Mechanics at the University of Los Andes, Venezuela, attended Rutgers University, New Jersey, as an exchange student, and received a Doctoral degree in Applied Science from the University of Los Andes in 2004. Her research interests include modeling and simulation of the behavior of solids and structures, numerical methods in engineering, damage theory and its applications in earthquake engineering problems. Maria Eugenia Marante co-directs Structural Mechanics Laboratory (LME) at Lisandro Alvarado University, Venezuela, an environment for experimental research in the above-mentioned areas, and is involved in several research projects.


Fracture and Damage Mechanics for Structural Engineering of Frames: State-of-the-Art Industrial Applications
Julio Flórez-López, María Eugenia Marante, Ricardo Picón. © 2015. 602 pages.
The certification of the structural integrity of buildings, bridges, and mechanical components is one of the main goals of engineers. For civil engineers especially...