Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Mitigating Natural and Man-made Hazards
Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Mitigating Natural and Man-made Hazards
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe and Resilient Infrastructure
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe and Resilient Infrastructure
Improving People's Lives by Understanding Earth and Terrestrial Planet Systems
Improving People's Lives by Understanding Earth and Terrestrial Planet Systems
Improving People's Lives by Providing Clean Water
Improving People's Lives by Providing Clean Water
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe Nuclear Energy Systems
Improving People's Lives by Providing Safe Nuclear Energy Systems
Improving People's Lives by Enabling our Students to Change the World
Improving People's Lives by Enabling our Students to Change the World
Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Measuring Human Impact on the Environment.
Improving People's Lives by Understanding and Measuring Human Impact on the Environment.

Welcome to the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences

Welcome to CEEES

Our faculty and students are deepening our understanding of Natural and Man Made Hazards, Civil Infrastructure, Environment, Water, Energy, and Earth and Planet Systems . Our alumni have a history of success and exemplary leadership in academia, consulting, national laboratories, construction, and industry.

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David Richter

David Richter

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Phone: 574-631-4839
Website: http://www3.nd.edu/~drichte2/
Office: Cushing 120A
Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Richter’s graduate studies focused on simulating transition to turbulence in non-Newtonian fluids.   Redirecting his research focus through his postdoctoral work at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, he is now interested in computational techniques such as direct numerical ...
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David Richter

Dr. Richter’s graduate studies focused on simulating transition to turbulence in non-Newtonian fluids.   Redirecting his research focus ...
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