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Stanford University

CUREE University Representative:

Professor Jack W. Baker
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Yang & Yamazaki Env. & Energy Bldg.
472 Via Ortega Room 283
Stanford, CA 94305-4020
Tel.: 650.723.2573
Fax: 650.723.7514
Email: bakerjw@stanford.edu

CUREE Members:

• Jack Baker
• Sarah L. Billington
• Ronnie Borja
• Gregory Deierlein
• Anne S. Kiremidjian
• Kincho H. Law
• Michael Lepech
• Martin McCann
• Eduardo Miranda

Other Directory Information:

John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-4020
Tel.: 650.723.4150
Fax: 650.725.9755
Email: earthquake@ce.stanford.edu
website: blume.stanford.edu

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www.stanford.edu

Civil & Environmental Engineering
cee.stanford.edu

John A. Blume Engineering Center
blume.stanford.edu

Stanford School of Engineering
engineering.stanford.edu


Blume Center students testing the design and behavior of concrete structures

Many people look at Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering and see separate disciplines. At Stanford University, we see links and interdependencies through which some of the most difficult and urgent problems facing mankind may be solved. We categorize CEE into three main areas: the Built Environment, Atmosphere and Energy, and the Water Environment. Exploring the relationships between these categories informs the direction of our curriculum. Some of the intersections are depicted in the diagram on this page; others will emerge as we continue down this path.

The Civil and Environmental Engineering department is committed to finding solutions to our major sustainability challenges this century, and to educating and training the leaders who will have a large impact on our profession and on society. Join us in this important endeavor.

The Structural Engineering and Geomechanics Program and the affiliated Design Construction Integration Program offer research opportunities and courses in a broad range of areas related to structural analysis and design, geomechanics, risk management, and construction of civil engineering facilities.

Areas of research emphasis include performance-based engineering, computational mechanics, design construction integration, earthquake engineering, reliability and risk analysis for hazard mitigation, sensing and health monitoring, and engineering informatics.

At the graduate level, the CEE department combines academic course work with research to prepare students in specialized areas within Civil and Environmental Engineering. But the educational experience at Stanford’s CEE department goes beyond the development of the knowledge and skills for a successful professional career. Our aim is to produce the next generation of leaders of the profession who will help solve some of the most challenging problems stemming from the interaction between the built and natural environments.

Undergraduate
For more information please go to:
http://cee.stanford.edu/prospective/undergrad/consideringCEE.html

Graduate
For more information please go to:
http://cee.stanford.edu/prospective/grad/grad_overview.html

Visitors will find the Stanford Civil and Environmental administrative offices in the Yang and Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building at the intersection of Panama Street and Via Ortega.

Stanford University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
Jerry Yang & Akiko Yamazaki Environment
& Energy Building
473 Via Ortega, Room 314, MC 4020
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305

Tel.: 650.723.3074
Fax: 650.725.8662


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last updated 05.15.14