The Bob and Norma Street Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (EFML) is home to research conducted in the Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology (EFMH) Program.
The John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center at Stanford University is devoted to the advancement of research, education and practice in earthquake engineering. Through its activities the Blume Center contributes to the understanding of earthquakes and their effects on structures.
CIFE focuses on developing technologies to improve the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction) industry. As a center for Virtual Design and Construction of AEC industry projects, it supports reliable engineering and management practices for sustainable facilities. Industry Affiliate Membership available.
The William and Cloy Codiga Resource Recovery Center (CR2C) is a testbed to demonstrate scalability of promising wastewater treatment technologies and essentially serve as an innovation accelerator. The first project tested resource recovery technology at pilot-scale, extracting clean water, nutrients, energy and chemical feedstocks from wastewater.
CSDGC engages in research and educational programs that integrate business development strategies with leadership practices that will ensure enterprise growth and success within a healthy and sustainable natural environment.
The Environmental Engineering and Science Laboratory is comprised of several laboratories. These well-equipped research facilities contain the latest analytical and specialized experimental equipment.
The NPDP is an effort to establish within the dam engineering and safety community the ability to learn from the in-service performance of dams, supporting improvements in dam design, operation, engineering and public policy.
The PBL Lab's mission is professional development for graduate and undergraduate students, faculty and industry practitioners. PBL is a process of teaching and learning that focuses on problem-based, project-centered activities that produce a product for a client.
SCIGC is Stanford University’s flagship research center in South Korea. Located in Songdo-dong, Incheon, SCIGC is a growing home for Stanford's vibrant interactions with South Korea and Asia. Branching across Stanford’s seven schools and many research institutes and centers, SCIGC is a university-wide interdisciplinary research center initially engaging in smart city technology implementation, sustainable urban systems and wellness, innovative urban-focused entrepreneurship methods and business models, and sustainable development and global economic competitiveness.
The Environmental Engineering program at Stanford University is recognized as the leading academic program in the environmental and water science and technology field, dedicated to the educational development of uncommon insight and expertise necessary for environmental leadership in all professional directions.