Jürgen Hackl

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Website: https://hackl.science/

Office: Engineering Quadrangle, E322

Phone: 609-258-5171

Research interests: Complex infrastructure systems; intelligent risk and resilience assessments to climate change; integrated solutions to future challenges facing our cities and society.


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