Collaboration and Opportunities
Assistantships in the form of RAships or
hourly employment are available depending on current funding. They are open
to all Stanford students, with first priority going to PhD students in Civil
and Environmental Engineering with interests in computational engineering
and engineering information management.
for Course Credit can be arranged for independent study or via a
research-oriented academic program, such as an undergraduate honors thesis
or senior project.
Interested individuals should contact Professor Kincho
H. Law (firstname.lastname@example.org) for
and Research Collaborations:
and students in this program benefit greatly from interaction with various
agencies and industrial
companies, both as a source of support and collaboration. Gifts, research grants
and collaborative activities can be arranged under a wide variety of ways.
For more information, contact Professor Kincho
H. Law (email@example.com).
Research Sponsors and Collaborators
Science Foundation (NSF)
and Technology (NIST)
Engineering Informatics Group, Y2E2 Building
Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305