Students Interested in a Doctoral Researcher Position

Students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. with our group should apply to the doctoral program in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department of Carnegie Mellon University, and discuss their research interests with our group in their application. Typical applicants have Bachelor's and/or Master's degrees in civil engineering, chemical engineering, or other engineering disciplines, but the department commonly admits students with undergraduate degrees in computer science, other sciences, or math. Applicants come from a range of backgrounds, with some entering directly after completing a Bachelor's or Master's degree, and others entering after obtaining industry, government, military, or non-profit experience. Members of traditionally underrepresented groups in engineering are particularly encouraged to apply. Opportunities are also available for a joint degree with the Department of Engineering and Public Policy. Competitive applicants are eligible for funded research assistantships.

 

Students Interested in a Master's Degree

Students interested in a Master's degree focused on the topics our group works on should apply to the M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering program with a concentration in Climate Adaptation for Infrastructure, Energy Infrastructure Systems, Sustainability and Green Design, or Advanced Infrastructure Systems Technology Development and Applications. Typical applicants have Bachelor's degrees in civil engineering, chemical engineering, or other engineering disciplines, but the department commonly admits students with undergraduate degrees in computer science, other sciences, or math. Members of traditionally underrepresented groups in engineering are particularly encouraged to apply. Competitive applicants are eligible for scholarships or funded research assistantships.