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Tracy L. Kijewski-CorreaTracy L. Kijewski-Correa

Leo E. and Patti Ruth Linbeck Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
Associate Professor of Global Affairs and Co-Director, Integration Lab (i-Lab), Keough School of Global Affairs
(PhD, University of Notre Dame)
156 Fitzpatrick Hall

Geographic focus: US, international (Latin America, Middle East, Southeast Asia)

Thematic interests: 21st-century civil infrastructure challenges in both the developed and developing world

Current research: Challenges in modern civil infrastructure and natural hazard assessment and mitigation.

Selected Publications:

  • "An Empowerment Model for Sustainable Residential Reconstruction in Léogâne, Haiti, After the January 2010 Earthquake" (with A. A. Taflanidis, D. Mix, and R. Kavanagh), Leadership and Management in Engineering (October, 2012)

  • “The Haitian Housing Dilemma: Can Sustainability and Hazard-Resilience Be Achieved” (with A. A. Taflanidis), Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering (November 10, 2011)

  • “Assessment of Residential Housing in Léogâne, Haiti after the January 2010 Earthquake and Identification of Needs for Rebuilding,” (with D. Mix and A. A. Taflanidis), EERI Earthquake Spectra 27, S1 (2011)

  • “Citizen Engineering: Methods for ‘Crowdsourcing’ Highly Trustworthy Results” (with Zhai, Z., Hachen, D., Shen, F. and Madey, G.), Proceedings 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 4-7, Maui, Hawaii (2012)

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