Texas Tech University

Ph.D. in Wind Science & Engineering

WiSE Ph.D. student Tassia Periera works with the LIDAR on her research.

(Image above) - Wind Science and Engineering doctoral student Tassia Periera continues her work on the LIDAR at the NWI research facilities at Reese Technology Center.

The National Wind Institute at Texas Tech University is pleased to offer the first doctoral degree program in Wind Science and Engineering in the country.

The educational objectives of the Wind Science and Engineering (WDSE) Ph.D. program are to provide graduates with the broad education necessary to pursue studies and solve problems related to the detrimental effects of windstorms (hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, and others) and to take advantage of the wind’s beneficial effects (wind power, natural ventilation, pollution dispersion, etc.).

We're focused on education, and committed to producing quality graduates with the potential to improve people's everyday lives.

For more information about the program, please contact:

Dr. Daan Liang, Ph.D., P.E.

Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Wind Science and Engineering

Departmenr of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering

Texas Tech University

Lubbock, Texas 79409-1023

Tel: (806) 834-0383

Email: daan.liang@ttu.edu

About the Program

Read more about the Wind Ph.D. program here.

Check out the Wind Ph.D. Student Handbook here.