Ayyub received the 2016 ASNE Solberg Award for research on ship survivability.
By the American Society of Naval Engineers (Est. 1888)
(left) CAPT Mark Vandroff, USN; Commanding Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division
(right) RADM Millard S. Firebaugh (USN ret.), NAE, Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering and Professor of Practice
The results of this works are published in the following papers:
Ayyub, B. M., Foster, J., McGill, W. L., “Risk Analysis of a Protected Hurricane-Prone Region I: Model Development,” ASCE Natural Hazards Review, May 2009, 38-53, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)1527-6988(2009)10:2(38).
Ayyub, B. M., McGill, W. L., Foster, J., Jones, H. W., “Risk Analysis of a Protected Hurricane-Prone Region II: Computations and Illustrations,” ASCE Natural Hazards Review, May 2009, 54-67, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)1527-6988(2009)10:2(38).
Professors Bilal M. Ayyub of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Maryland has each been awarded the Army Commander’s Award for Public Service by LG Robert L. Van Antwerp, Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers, to recognize service and achievements that contribute significantly to the accomplishment of the mis-sion of USACE by their contributions to the Interagency Performance Evaluation Task-force (IPET).