Facilities & Resources:
The graduate interdisciplinary program in Geoengineering has several facilities and resources to enhance graduate studies and research. Laboratory facilities include the Geoengineering Laboratory in the Glover Building (view pictures), and the Geoengineering Laboratory in the Engineering Building (view pictures). Students also work in the laboratories affiliated with the faculty who are involved in the program. These facilities include laboratories in Environmental and Groundwater Engineering within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering as well as laboratories in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
Students have access to state-of-the-art computing facilities for numerical modeling and data analysis. Additional computing resources are available from Engineering Technology Services, who maintain several computer laboratories in the Engineering building as well as centralized networks and grids on workstations that are capable of processes very computationally intensive procedures.