Applied AI and data analytics,Internet of Things,Information storage and processing,Hazards engineering,Energy,Coastal Hazards,Personalized learning,Lifelong workforce development
Applied AI and data analytics,Hazards engineering,Coastal Hazards
Applied AI and data analytics,Sensors,Hazards engineering,Coastal Hazards
Responsible for processing Department payroll: certifying payroll, payroll sign-up (including OPS Graduate appointments, Student Assistant appointments, Courtesy appointments, Fellowships, Post-Docs, Faculty, Adjuncts, TEAMS employees and USPS employees), handling Central Leave and personnel records.
Teaching and research in the area of materials and construction.
Highway materials, pavement response, design and evaluation, non-destructive testing of
pavements, geotechnical engineering.
Sheng is a hurricane expert working with Florida counties in flood zone preparation. He uses hurricane wind forecasts
and data to study and predict storm surge, waves and coastal flooding during hurricanes.
Fluid-structure interaction, structure-induced sediment scour, eolian
Ocean waves, nearshore waves, wave-sediment interaction.
Denise Rutledge Simmons, Ph.D., F. ASEE, PE, PMP, LEED-AP, is a civil engineer, civil engineering researcher, Associate Professor in the Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering, and the Associate Dean for Workforce Development in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida. She earned her B.S. (1990), M.S. (1995), and Ph.D. (2012) in Civil Engineering from Clemson University.…
Coastal engineering; wave, current, and sediment transport modeling;
storm surge, hurricanes, internal waves, turbulent mixing, numerical
simulation, beach erosion and protection, navigation in waterways,
Structural design of buildings, cold-formed steel, professional
practice of engineering.
Transportation planning and policy evaluation, activity-based approaches for travel-demand modeling and forecasting, travel impacts of new Information and communication technologies.
Dr. Subgranon’s research involves the general area of structural engineering with emphasis on performance-based design, structural optimization, natural-hazard mitigation, and multicriteria decision analysis. She aims to expand her research efforts to areas that contribute to the resilience and sustainability of the built environment, such as life-cycle engineering, post-hazard recovery, and data-informed optimal design and maintenance of infrastructure systems.
Wave mechanics, coastal hydrodynamics, surf zone processes.
Geotechnical centrifugal testing, construction, construction
management, public works, civil engineering materials.
Concrete and asphalt materials, concrete and asphalt pavements,
Applied AI and data analytics,Resource management
Laboratory testing, centrifugal modeling, soil mechanics and