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Friday, Mar 19, 2021
Grad student Julie Kim won 1st place in the static image category of the data visualization challenge hosted by Digital Rocks Portal led by Dr. Masa Prodanovic at University of Texas at Austin.
Monday, Mar 1, 2021
by Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research
Ning Lin denies she predicted Hurricane Sandy, the massive storm that made landfall in New York City in October 2012, causing widespread coastal flooding and wind damage.
Tuesday, Feb 9, 2021
by Morgan Kelly, High Meadows Environmental Institute
Update: In January 2021, the paper was highlighted by editors at Nature Communications as one of a small number of recent studies and articles published in the journal that are particularly interesting or important in the field of Applied Physics and Mathematics.
Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021
by Unknown
Adriaenssens named Fellow of the Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020
by The Office of Communications
Two Princeton researchers, architect Stefana Parascho and engineer Sigrid Adriaenssens, dreamed of using robots to simplify construction, even when building complex forms.
Tuesday, Sep 8, 2020
by Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI)
Reed Maxwell, professor of civil and environmental engineering and the Princeton Environmental Institute, will present “Hydrology in the Supercomputing Age.”
Tuesday, Sep 1, 2020
by Morgan Kelly
The Princeton Environmental Institute welcomes today new faculty members Reed Maxwell, professor of civil and environmental engineering and the Princeton Environmental Institute, and Jerry Zee, assistant professor of anthropology and the Princeton Environmental Institute
Wednesday, Aug 19, 2020
Traditionally, hydrologic modeling has been most feasible to implement at the catchment scale—larger simulations are computationally demanding and require vast amounts of data. This approach is problematic to our understanding of the global (or even regional) hydrologic cycle because connections between various aspects of the water cycle extend...
Friday, Aug 7, 2020
by Molly Sharlach
Water is the most elemental ingredient of life; its regular availability is essential to our economies and to civilization itself. Yet billions of people yearly confront water-related stress, including devastating droughts, destructive flooding and toxic contamination.
Thursday, Jul 23, 2020
by Morgan Kelly
Naomi Cohen-Shields of Princeton’s Class of 2020 analyzed the effectiveness of China’s efforts to reduce air pollution for her senior thesis research. She also investigated how air pollution differs across China’s provinces based on regional affluence — and if poor populations face more exposure.

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