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PERMAFROST GEOTECHNICS RESEARCH GROUP
Assistant Professor Min Liew and her research team aim to contribute to the creation of climate-resilient, yet sustainable, civil infrastructure systems in permafrost and periglacial environments by unraveling the complex interactions among cryosphere, climate change, civil infrastructure systems, coastal and riverine systems, and anthropogenic processes.
The group uses synergistic and interdisciplinary approaches to understand permafrost degradation in a geotechnical context, develop research tools to accurately project the extent of permafrost degradation and its impact on civil infrastructure systems and vice versa, and create and design climate-resilient and sustainable engineering solutions.
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