Project Name:PhD in Engineering (Coastal Engineering and Computational Engineering) at an HBCU
Other Research Participants/Partners:U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, University of North Florida and Texas A&M at Galveston
This project focuses on strengthening the establishment and institutionalization of the PhD in Engineering (Coastal Engineering and Computational Engineering concentrations) accomplished during years 1 to 3 of this CRC education project. A steady output of MS and PhD Engineering degree graduates with Coastal Engineering or Computational Engineering concentrations focused on coastal natural disasters is projected to be established and to help increase workforce diversity in the greater Homeland Security enterprise.
Coastal Engineering ( breakwaters, wave transformations, non-linear wave theory, coastal/estuarine hydraulic modeling, long waves, tsunamis, sediment transport, shoreline evolution, tidal circulation, hurricane surge, wind-driven circulation); projectile penetration; weapons effects; high-performance computing; organizational performance and engineering education.
Presentations and Reports:
In the News:
CRC graduate participates in Hurricane Irma recovery
HBCU experts gather for Flood and Hurricane Meeting
Doctoral Engineering program focuses on coastal natural disasters
Students reflect on summer research and internships
Dr. Whalin explains his project: