Texas Tech University faculty are currently collaborating with other HuRRI institutions on the following research:

Texas Tech University

Current Research

"Identification and Assessment of Chemical Hazards During Hurricane and Flooding"Danny Reible, Texas Tech University & Hanadi Rifai, University of Houston (self-funded by PIs)

"Hurricane Harvey: Experiences, Recovery and Future Policies"Jim Granato, University of Houston & Timothy Nokken, Texas Tech University

"Wireless Carbon Nanofiber Aggregate Sensor System for Real-Time Water Level Monitoring and Flood Warning"Yi-Lung Mo, University of Houston & Ted Cleveland, Texas Tech University

"Hurricane Evacuation Harnessing Connected and Automated Vehicles"Jia Li, Texas Tech University & Lidong Wu, University of Texas - Tyler

"An Integrated Framework for Grid Resiliency in Disaster Recovery through Smart Control of Residential and Community-Level Distributed Energy Resources"Ramin Moghaddass, University of Miami & Miao He, Texas Tech University

Texas Tech Receives $750,000 Grant to Support Disaster Recovery - Daan Liang, Texas Tech University & Bradley Ewing, Texas Tech University

Hurricane Resilience Research Institute