News & Events
What's new in DYNAMO Lab
Dr. Kijewski-Correa to deliver Keynote Address entilted “The Case for Full-Scale Monitoring of Wind-Sensitive Structures: How to Capitalize on the Mutual Benefits for Structural Designers and Wind Engineers,” IN-VENTO, Italy.
Dr. Kijewski-Correa delivers seminar entitled: “What We Can Learn from the ‘Big Boys’: The Case for Monitoring Urban Habitats,” University of Michigan, Sponsored by ASCE Student Chapter.
What would you fight for? NDSEED featured by NBC in commercial aired on national TV during ND-USC game.
Welcome to the DYNAMO Lab
Answering 21st Century Infrastructure Challenges with Context-Appropriate Solutions
Welcome to the Structural DYNAmics and MOnitoring (DYNAMO) Laboratory in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences at the University of Notre Dame, dedicated to addressing 21st Century Civil Infrastructure Challenges posed by increased urbanization and hazard vulnerability, using inter-disciplinary collaborations and context-driven technologies ranging from advanced sensing, simulation and cyber-infrastructure to sustainable systems suitable for developing countries.
Venues for DYNAMO's research and education extend from computational and experimental facilities at Notre Dame to full-scale investigations, virtual domains and international field reconnaissance. With a commitment to education and technology transfer, DYNAMO delivers practical engineering solutions to public and private sector partners, while inspiring a new generation of engineers.