|Mathieu Bauchy, Ph.D.
Development of high-performance and sustainable glasses and cement for infrastructure and handled devices applications; multi-scale simulations of materials.
5731B Boelter Hall (310) 825-9991
|Yousef Bozorgnia, Ph.D., P.E.
Structural engineering, earthquake engineering, engineering seismology.
5731 Boelter Hall (510) 642-3489
|Scott J. Brandenberg, Ph.D.
Geotechnical earthquake engineering with a focus on soil-structure interaction, liquefaction, data acquisition and processing, and numerical analysis.
5731D Boelter Hall (310) 825-9819
|Henry V. Burton, Ph.D., S.E.
Structural/Earthquake engineering, structural reliability, enhanced seismic performance systems, performance-based design and assessment methods, community resilience.
5732E Boelter Hall (310) 825-2843
|J.R. DeShazo, Ph.D.
Professor, Joint Appointment with Public Policy and Urban Planning
Regulatory policy, institutional design, environmental economics, energy economics, and electric vehicles.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 593-1198
|Jay Famiglietti, Ph.D.
Hydrologic modeling, climate change impact on water cycle and freshwater resources, water and sustainability issues.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-2471
|Timu W. Gallien, Ph.D.
Urban coastal flood prediction, Wave runup and overtopping, Coastal hazards, Sea level rise, Flood control infrastructure and mitigation methods, Nearshore remote sensing and observation.
5732H Boelter Hall (310) 825-2471
|Mekonnen Gebremichael, Ph.D.
Hydrologic remote sensing; Uncertainty analysis; Water resource management and governance; International water resource development.
5732F Boelter Hall (310) 794-4239
|Eric M.V. Hoek, Ph.D.
Membrane materials and processes; Nanoscience and nanotechnology; Interfacial science and engineering; Bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation; Desalination and advanced water treatment.
5732G Boelter Hall (310) 206-3735
|Jennifer A. Jay, Ph.D.
Aquatic chemistry, environmental microbiology.
6626H Boelter Hall (310) 267-5365
|Jiann-Wen Woody Ju, Ph.D., P.E.
Damage mechanics, micromechanics of composites, advanced material modeling, computational mechanics, nanomechanics, nondestructive and destructive testing, durability and damage of concrete and stucco, construction defects, fracture mechanics, biomechanics, failure analysis, geomechnanics, reliability and service life.
5731K Boelter Hall (310) 206-1751
|Robert E. Kayen, Ph.D., P.E.
Geomatics and Terrestrial Laser-Topographic Modeling, Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, Engineering Geology, Applied Geophysics.
5713 Boelter Hall (650) 329-4195
|Donald R. Kendall, Ph.D., P.E.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Water supply reliability, water quality, and resource planning.
5713 Boelter Hall (209) 724-4337
|Dennis Lettenmaier, Ph.D., NAE
Professor, Joint Appointment with Geography
Hydrologic modeling and prediction, hydrology-climate interactions, and hydrologic change.
1145 Bunche Hall (310) 794-4327
|Shaily Mahendra, Ph.D.
Environmental microbiology, biodegradation of groundwater contaminants, microbial-nanomaterial interactions, nanotoxicology, applications of molecular biological and isotopic tools in environmental engineering.
5732J Boelter Hall (310) 794-9850
|Michael J. McGuire, Ph.D., NAE
Control of trace contaminants in drinking water.
5713 Boelter Hall (310) 560-2357
|Steven A. Margulis, Ph.D.
Professor and Vice Chair of Graduate Affairs
Surface hydrology, hydrometeorology, remote sensing, and data assimilation.
5732D Boelter Hall (310) 267-5490
|Sanjay Mohanty, Ph.D.
Effect of climate change on water quality; Sustainable urban development at the water-energy nexus; Transport of contaminants and colloids in the subsurface and groundwater; Stormwater capture, treatment, and reuse; Bioremediation
firstname.lastname@example.org 5732C Boelter Hall (310) 825-2471
|Ali Mosleh, Ph.D., NAE
Distinguished Professor, Joint Appointment with Materials Science and Engineering
Reliability engineering, physics of failure modeling and system life prediction, resilient systems design, prognostics and health monitoring, hybrid systems simulation, theories and techniques for risk and safety analysis
4531 Boelter Hall (310) 825-6559
|George Mylonakis, Ph.D.
Geotechnical earthquake engineering, Soil structure interaction.
5713 Boelter Hall
|Issam N. Najm, Ph.D., P.E.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Optimization of physical and chemical processes in drinking water treatment.
5713 Boelter Hall (818) 366-8340
|Daniel E. Pradel, Ph.D., G.E.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Geotechnical engineering, slope stability, constitutive modeling.
5713 Boelter Hall (310) 825-2843
|Thomas A. Sabol, Ph.D., S.E.
Structural engineering design, steel seismic systems, earthquake engineering, seismic evaluation and retrofit of existing structures.
5713 Boelter Hall (323) 733-2640×360
|Gaurav Sant, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Henry Samueli Fellow
Development and design of sustainable low-CO2 foot-print materials for infrastructure construction applications.
5731J Boelter Hall (310) 206-3084
|Michael K. Stenstrom, Ph.D., P.E.
Process development and control for water and wastewater treatment plants.
5714 Boelter Hall (310) 825-1408
|Jonathan P. Stewart, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor and Chair
Geotechnical engineering, earthquake engineering, and engineering seismology.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 206-2990
|Ertugrul Taciroglu, Ph.D.
Professor and Vice Chair of Undergraduate Affairs
Computational solid and structural mechanics, constitutive modeling of materials, structural health monitoring, performance-based earthquake engineering, and soil-structure interaction.
5731E Boelter Hall (310) 267-4655
|Mladen Vucetic, Ph.D.
Geotechnical engineering, soil dynamics, geotechnical earthquake engineering, laboratory testing of soils.
5731F Boelter Hall (310) 206-6260
|John W. Wallace, Ph.D., P.E.
Structural/Earthquake engineering, design methodologies, seismic evaluation and retrofit, large-scale laboratory and field studies/testing. Structural instrumentation and monitoring.
5731C Boelter Hall (310) 206-7124
|William W-G. Yeh, Ph.D., NAE
Richard G. Newman AECOM Endowed Professor of Civil Engineering
Groundwater hydrology, modeling of solute transport in groundwater, optimization of water resources systems.
5732B Boelter Hall (310) 825-2300
|Jian Zhang, Ph.D.
Earthquake engineering, structural dynamics and mechanics, seismic protective devices and strategies, soil-structure interaction and bridge engineering.
5731G Boelter Hall (310) 825-7986
|Stanley B. Dong, Ph.D., P.E.
Structural mechanics, mechanics of composite materials, computational methods.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-5353
|Lewis P. Felton, Ph.D.
Structural analysis, structural mechanics, automated optimum structural design, including reliability based design.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-5633
|Michael E. Fourney, Ph.D., P.E.
Experimental mechanics, laser holography, optical metrology, experimental mechanics, fracture of concrete.
email@example.com 5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-5633
|Gary C. Hart, Ph.D., P.E.
Earthquake design of buildings, evaluation and strengthening of existing and historic buildings for earthquake hazard, limit state structural design criteria development, base isolation of buildings, probabilistic structural dynamics.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 998-9154
|Richard L. Perrine, Ph.D.
Flow through porous materials, transport phenomena, environmental science and engineering with applications to problems of air and water pollution.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-2636
|Moshe F. Rubinstein, Ph.D.
Systems analysis and design, problem-solving and decision-making models.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-7731
|Lawrence G. Selna, Ph.D., S.E.
Reinforced concrete, earthquake engineering.
5731 Boelter Hall (310) 825-5502
|Keith D. Stolzenbach, Ph.D., P.E.
Environmental fluid mechanics and transport.
5732J Boelter Hall (310) 206-7624