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Training, just for you!

Whether you are an individual at the beginner or advanced level, or a company that wants to train its employees, we will work with you to design a training program that fits your needs and budget!

We combine pre-recorded video courses with live, interactive sessions!


One-On-One Training

Invest in yourself: schedule a one-on-one session with one of our expert instructors.


The OpenSees Cafe

Join fellow OpenSees users and developers in a weekly discussion led by our instructors Silvia & Michael.


Training Request

Submit a request for personalized training for you as an individual or for your company or class.

Meet The Team


Silvia Mazzoni, PhD

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Silvia Mazzoni has been training OpenSees users for over 20 years. She developed the first OpenSees Days workshops at UC Berkeley. As an independent consultant, through her On-Line academy, she now works with Engineering firms in adopting OpenSees into their practice through training and element development.
Silvia is currently also a Project Scientist and Lecturer at UCLA. Currently, she teaches the graduate course on Structural Dynamics in the Fall.


Michael Scott, PhD

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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.


Haitham Abdelmoniem

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Haitham Abdelmalek is a structural engineer working at the Housing and Building National Research Center in Cairo, Egypt with over 10 years of experience in the construction sector. He is a master's candidate in the structural engineering department, Ain Shams University, focusing in nonlinear structural analysis; Performance-Based Design of medium to high-rise buildings. He has an experience in the nonlinear modeling and analysis techniques using Perform 3D software.

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