Published: Aug. 30, 2016 By

A team of researchers (PI: Rhode-Barbarigos and Co-PIs: Zuo and Chao) received a $299,579 award from the National Science Foundation (Award No. 1638336) for their proposed research titled "CRISP Type 1/Collaborative Research: A Human-Centered Computational Framework for Urban and Community Design of Resilient Coastal Cities". This is a joint research project with Virginia Tech. Congratulations! 


Press Releases:

10/05/2016: National Science Foundation Press Release 16-119 "NSF awards $22.7 million to strengthen nation's infrastructure"

10/05/2016: Veritas News "College of Engineering, School of Architecture Receive NSF Grant to Study Resiliency of Coastal Cities"

09/21/2016: College of Engineering News "Designing the Future: Resilient Coastal Cities"