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UIC Civil and Materials Engineering, 2095 Engineering Research Facility, 842 W. Taylor Street (M/C 246), Chicago, Illinois 60607-7023

Office: 2071 ERF

Lab Location:  2095 ERF

Lab Website: Complex and Sustainable Urban Networks (CSUN) lab

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Ph.D., Civil Engineering
University of Toronto

D.E.S.O., Industrial Engineering
Ecole Centrale of Lyon

M.Eng., Mechanical Engineering
Imperial College London

Director of the Complex and Sustainable Urban Networks (CSUN) Laboratory

Associate Professor at the Department of Civil and Materials Engineering

Research Associate Professor in the Institute for Environmental Science and Policy (joint appointment)

Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science (courtesy appointment)

My main goal is to develop new planning and design practices for more intelligent, integrated and distributed urban infrastructure systems. Whether it is the water/wastewater system, the electricity grid, the building stock, or the transportation system, all are part of a nexus of co-dependent and ubiquitous elements of infrastructure that is vital to our cities. This network aspect of urban infrastructure is paramount and may hold the key for a more sustainable and resilient future.

Research interests include:
• Sustainable and Resilient Urban Infrastructure Planning
• Transport, Water, Electricity, Building Energy Modeling
• Complexity Science
• Infrastructure Network Design
• Network Science
• Machine Learning
• Agent-Based Modeling

For a complete list of published and submitted paper, please visit the publication page of CSUN.