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Aibarr used to be a structural forensics associate with a major failure analysis firm's branch office in Los Angeles, but she has recently decided that she's not paid enough to deal with intellectual abuse and decided to take a higher-paying, more rewarding job in her home state of Texas, designing hospitals and stadiums and other really awesome structures with a really fantastic firm at their Houston headquarters. She was formerly a civil engineering graduate student at the University of Illinois, her primary function there having been bemoaning the endless expanse of corn fields she'd managed to move to. Yes, she is — rather shockingly — a female engineer, but sorry guys, she's taken. In fact, she's got a ring and she's getting hitched.
Professionally and academically, Aibarr is a structural engineering associate with research interests in structural failure and seismic retrofit, being the only known expert in the very narrow field of consequence-based retrofit prioritization of Southern Illinois bridge networks. She has additionally written a fairly extensive and comprehensive field guide to weld discontinuities, though nobody actually uses it. Her interests include music in a wide range of genres, insulting thousands of college sports fans at a go, and helping drunken Brits find their lost chickens. You can hear her read the spoken version of macular degeneration.
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