Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow Alexandros Taflanidis is professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences. His research focuses on uncertainty quantification and uncertainty conscious design, with applications to disaster risk reduction, Bayesian model updating, dynamical system design, and enhancement of sustainability/resilience of civil infrastructure systems. A special area of interest for his group is the integration of computational statistics techniques in natural hazard risk assessment/mitigation and real-time emergency response management.
Taflanidis currently oversees the operation of the High Performance system Analysis and Design (HIPAD) laboratory. He also is part of the University of Notre Dame team Engineering2Empower that is committed to scholarship and service for Haiti following the devastating January 2010 earthquake.
He received his PhD in 2007 in Civil Engineering with a minor in Control and Dynamical Systems from the California Institute of Technology. Subsequently he conducted postdoctoral research at Duke University. He joined the faculty of the University of Notre Dame in 2008.
Natural hazard risk assessment, civil infrastructure maintenance, and post-disaster recovery in developing countries; simulation-based engineering science for disaster risk reduction (DRR)
Challenges for natural hazard risk assessment and mitigation in megacities and developing countries; empowerment models for residential housing in the developing world.
Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, CSC, Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching - 2018-19
Three Faculty Fellows Honored for Undergrad Teaching
May 22, 2019
Three faculty fellows at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies are among 20 University of Notre Dame faculty members to receive Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, CSC, Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Interdisciplinary Team Wins Unprecedented NSF Funding for Post-Hurricane Housing Reconnaissance in Haiti
Jul 19, 2017