Remote sensing research improves hurricane response
Researchers with the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering’s Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response (RIDER) Center are investigating better ways to predict where road-clogging debris will be most severe after tropical cyclones.
RIDER Researcher Dr. Dulebenets Uses AI to Improve Disaster Response in a New DoD Study
For a new U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) study, researchers at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering hope to streamline disaster responses using artificial intelligence technology. The novel method can save lives and help with efficiency, using an AI-based solution algorithm.
The garbage man: RIDER Professor develops methods to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills
As executive director of the RIDER Center and a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, he researches how to cut down the amount of methane from landfills and other sources.
FAMU-FSU engineers tackle climate resilience with research | Sustainable Tallahassee
The jointly operated FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is home to the Center for Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response (RIDER), a research center focused on helping vulnerable people withstand and recover from increasingly extreme natural and manmade threats.
FSU researchers earn NSF grant to transform libraries into ‘Rural Resiliency Hubs’
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, a multidisciplinary team of FSU researchers will collaborate with public librarians and community members in Calhoun County, Florida, to establish rural public libraries as Resiliency Hubs.
RIDER postdoc selected for 4TU Resilience Engineering Fellowship
Onur Alisan, Ph.D., a postdoctoral research associate at the Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response Center (RIDER) has received an esteemed fellowship award from the 4TU Center for Resilience Engineering.
National Academies Selects the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering for The Gulf Scholars Program
The National Academies’ Gulf Research Program (GRP) today announced the launch of the Gulf Scholars Program (GSP), a five-year, $12.7 million pilot program that prepares undergraduate students to address the most pressing environmental, health, energy, and infrastructure challenges in the Gulf of Me