Focus areas include design of civil engineering systems; water resources and the hydrologic cycle, civil engineering materials, environmental and structural monitoring; air quality and water Office of the Dean for Research 91 Prospect Ave. Princeton, New Jersey 08540 T 609-258-5500 F 609-258-5599 Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. Wind speeds across the Northern Hemisphere have increased significantly in the last decade, according to a study from the lab of Eric Wood, professor emeritus of civil and environmental engineering. Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. ), and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.). Students must be admitted to one of these three degree programs. Dept of Civil & Environmental Engineering E230, Engineering Quad Princeton University Princeton, NJ 08544-5263 Phone: (609) 258-5424 Fax: (609) 258-2760 Civil and environmental engineering research at Princeton addresses fundamental questions associated with the built environment, the natural environment, and interactions between the two. Civil and Environmental Engineering Communities Collections ; Items; Collections in this community. These topic labels come from the works of this organization's members. Discovery and design at the planetary scale, balancing human needs with Earth's resources. The department offers undergraduates five options: architecture and engineering, environmental engineering, geological engineering, structural engineering, and engineering and the liberal arts. Six departments offer BSE degrees; one also offers A.B. 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E208 Engineering Quadrangle CEE Research Data Sets Princeton-Bergen Series on Carbon Storage Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 28 next > Issue Date Title Author(s) … Telephone: (609) 258-4600 Email: cee@princeton.edu The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering E208 Engineering Quadrangle Princeton, New Jersey 08544 USA. Focus areas include design of civil engineering systems; water resources and the hydrologic cycle, civil engineering materials, environmental and structural monitoring; air quality and water quality; urban environments, including smart cities; the impacts of climate change on water resources and natural hazards; impacts of energy technology on the environment; and structural art and design. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sixteen groups create community around special interests, Life outside the EQuad is key to your growth, Learn to push the boundaries of your field and lead projects, Doctoral programs in six departments cover 40 specialties, Meet faculty and grad students, learn about applying, Every Ph.D. student receives full funding, Several groups cater specifically to engineering grad students, An array of opportunities, plus proximity to NYC, Philly, Advancing human health, energy, materials science, and industrial processes, Fundamental insights into the built and natural environments, and interactions between the two, Leading the field through foundational theory, applications, and societal impact, Improving human health, energy systems, computing and communications, and security, Solving problems in energy, combustion, fluids, lasers, materials science, robotics and control systems, and nuclear security, Developing mathematical and computational tools for making decisions under uncertainty, Decarbonizing the world while increasing energy access worldwide, Promoting informed discussion of digital technologies and their role in society, Enabling students across Princeton to realize their aspirations for addressing societal problems, Multidisciplinary research driving advances in materials science and photonics, Understanding and solving problems in living systems, Making metropolitan areas healthy, sustainable, and resilient, Spanning engineering, science, math and social sciences, Design and analysis to protect digital tools and infrastructure, Engaging in broader implications of technology, Advancing innovative, safe, and ethical use of robotic systems, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials, Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science.