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Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering

Research areas include structural design and analysis, analysis and design of steel and reinforced concrete members, fatigue and fracture, bridge design, structural health monitoring, smart sensors, structural dynamics, earthquake engineering, building structural-system design; concrete materials, corrosion, and durability of structures; geotechnical engineering, geosynthetic materials, soil-structure interaction, and reinforced earth; hydrology and reservoir sedimentation modeling; transportation engineering, intelligent engineering systems for roadways, transportation system efficiency, and highway geometry design; environmental engineering and science with emphasis in water quality, wastewater treatment, biological processes, chemical processes, drinking water treatment, air quality, air pollution control, air pollution source emissions monitoring, bio-remediation, wastewater treatment, water, wetlands mitigation, and solid and hazardous waste treatment; building environmental systems, building thermal systems, interior and exterior lighting design, building power systems, HVAC building-systems design, indoor air quality, energy management, active and passive solar systems, sustainability, building acoustics; construction engineering and management; building construction, cost estimating, planning, scheduling, project management, and site engineering.


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