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Hunter, J. Stuart

J. Stuart Hunter
Professor of Civil Engineering, Emeritus

E209A Engineering Quad
609-258-4600
stu@princeton.edu


Lee, Peter

Peter Lee
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus

E209A Engineering Quad
609-258-4600
lee@princeton.edu


PU Sheild

Robert Mark
Professor of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Emeritus

E209A Engineering Quad
609-258-4600
rmark@princeton.edu


Prevost, Jean-Herve

Jean-Herve Prevost
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus
Senior Scholar, Civil and Environmental Engineering

E232 Engineering Quad
609-258-5424
prevost@princeton.edu

Dynamics; nonlinear mechanics; Mixture theories; Finite element methods; XFEM; Constitutive coupled models for CO2 storage in geological deposits.


Rodriguez-Iturbe, Ignacio

Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe
James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus

E209A Engineering Quad
609-258-4600
irodrigu@princeton.edu

Ecohydrology; Hydrogeomorphology and surface hydrology; Modelling of interacting hydrologic, ecologic, and geomorphological dynamics; Hydrologic controls of biodiversity in river basins and savannas; Soil moisture dynamics in space and time; Hydrologic and ecologic dynamics of wetlands.


Scherer, George

George Scherer
William L. Knapp '47 Professor of Civil Engineering, Emeritus
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Emeritus

E209A Engineering Quad
609-258-4600
scherer@princeton.edu

Durability of infrastructure; Damage to materials by frost and salt; Conservation of art and architecture; Transport in porous materials; Nucleation and growth kinetics; Relaxation processes; Sol-gel processing.


Vanmarcke, Erik

Erik Vanmarcke
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus.

E222 Engineering Quad E-Wing
609-258-5896
evm@princeton.edu

Stochastic systems; Random fields and random media; Risk assessment and management; Seismic risk and earthquake ground motions; Hurricanes and related economic losses under various climate change scenarios; Wind-related debris damage; Geologic hazards and probabilistic site characterization; Dam safety; structural reliability; Random vibrations; Optimum design based on reliability; Modeling the energy density fluctuations in the early universe and the formation of cosmic structure.