Duke CEE Research Areas
Developing precise algorithms to study and solve complex problems governed by the laws of mechanics.
Studying connections between human health and ecosystem health, to understand risks and to build resilience in both.
Exploring issues in underground engineering, resource use and environmental hazards.
Focused on critical problems in water resources.
Seeking new and better ways to estimate and quantify the dynamics and uncertainty in engineered and natural systems
Duke CEE Research Facts
- #19 faculty scholarly productivity—civil engineering, U.S.
- #20 faculty scholarly productivity—environmental engineering, U.S.
- $5.2 million in new research awards, fiscal 2021
- 62% of Duke engineering undergraduates engage in hands-on research with faculty
Sources: Duke University, Academic Analytics, v.2021