Infrastructure and Construction Engineering

Energy infrastructure

Members of Ohio State's infrastructure and construction engineering faculty are focused in several research areas, including:

  • System analysis/infrastructure planning/management
  • Performance enhancement of complex systems and critical infrastructures against extreme hazard scenarios
  • Quality control and risk analysis, construction safety
  • Construction safety and simulation in virtual reality and artificial intelligence

CEGE Infrastructure and Construction Engineering Research

Application of probabilistic methods for performance and damage assessment of structural and nonstructural components | Jieun Hur

Probabilistic modeling, statistical inference, experimental design and evaluation, and optimization to transportation systems analysis | Rabi Mishalani

Risk Assessment and Management of Structural and Infrastructure Systems (RAMSIS) Lab | Abdollah Shafieezadeh

Construction Laboratory for Automations and Simulation (CLASS) | FabianTan

Center for Aviation Studies | Seth Young

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The Ohio State University Civil Engineering program is seeking highly motivated Master’s and Doctoral students to conduct graduate research across a range of disciplines.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CEGE GRADUATE PROGRAMS.

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CEGE Communications
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