Dr. Ebrahimpour received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (structures) from the University of Idaho in 1987. His research interests include experimental and analytical studies in structural vibrations, applications of advanced materials in structural engineering, and structural seismic risk assessment.
Glenn, Nancy Ph.D., P.E. - Research Professor (Department of Geosciences with joint appointment in CEE)
Dr. Glenn received her Ph.D. in Geo-Engineering in 2000 from University of Nevada, Reno. Her research interests include interdisciplinary satellite and airborne remote sensing, engineering geology (slope stability and erosion) and soil mechanics.
Dr. Leung received his Ph.D. in Civil & Environmental Engineering in 1989 from the University of Iowa. His research interests include physicochemical treatment processes, environmental systems modeling, environmental risk assessment, biotechnology, and nanotechnology.
Mahar, James Ph.D., LPG, PG, PHG - Senior Lecturer
Dr. Mahar has had 30 years of experience as a geotechnical consultant on projects such as tunnels; bridge foundations; building foundations and damage; highways; air fields; levees; open cut excavations; soil and rock slopes; shafts; dredging; rock and soil excavations; lock and dam structures; and dams.
Sato, Chikashi Ph.D. - Professor, Director of Environmental Science and Management
Dr. Sato received his Ph.D. in 1981 from the University of Iowa. His research interests include microbial fuel cells, water treatment (disinfection, photolysis, sonolysis), and water quality modeling.
Savage, Bruce Ph.D., P.E. - Assistant Professor
Dr. Savage received his Ph.D. from Utah State University in 2002. His research interests include application of computational fluid dynamics (RANS) to hydraulic structures, physical modeling of hydraulic structures, flood control structures, fish passage and habitat, dams and spillways, and wave energy.
Sorensen, Andrew Ph.D. - Assistant Professor
Dr. Sorensen received his Ph.D. in Engineering with a Specialization in Architectural Engineering (structures) from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2009. His research interests include the analysis of historic and distressed structures, non-destructive testing using experimental modal analysis, finite element model validation, blast analysis and design, fiber reinforced concrete and mortars, and architectural acoustics.
Gale, John - Visiting Assistant Professor
Dr. Gale received his PhD. in Mechanical Engineering (Solid Mechanics) from Oregon State University in 1976. He spent 24 years with a National Laboratory evaluating structures and equipment for natural phenomena hazards. Dr. Gale's consulting activities include structural evaluation and design of industrial facilities.
- Dan Ames
- Arneson, Mike
- Forbord, Mark
- Gossett, Warren
- Vahsholtz, Jeannie, COT