Daniel Linzell, PhD, P.E., F.SEI, F.ASCE

Associate Dean for Graduate and International Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Dr. Daniel G. Linzell, P.E., F.ASCE, F.SEI is the Associate Dean for Graduate and International Programs and the Leslie D. Martin Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). From August of 2013 to September of 2018, Dr. Linzell was the Voelte-Keegan Professor and Chair of UNLs Department of Civil Engineering. He was an Assistant, Associate and the inaugural John A. and Harriette K. Shaw Professor of Civil Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University from 1999-2013. The emphasis of Dr. Linzell’s research is structural engineering, with specific foci including response of building and bridge systems to extreme loads, specifically blast and impact; structural health monitoring; steel structures; the design and behavior of bridges during construction and under service loads; and advanced structural analysis. His research group has published over 100 peer-reviewed, archival journal articles and refereed conference papers and abstracts. He teaches courses in bridge engineering, steel design, structural analysis, infrastructure resiliency, and structural health monitoring. Dr. Linzell is Chair of the Structural Stability Research Council; co-Chair the America Society of Civil Engineers (ASCEs) Innovation Contest; Chair of the Structural Engineering Institute’s (SEI) Committee on Reform of Structural Engineering Education; a member of the Transportation Research Board’s Steel Bridge Committee and ASCEs Committee on Student Conferences and Competitions; and on the Board of Directors and Steering Committee for the Engineering Change Lab – USA (ECL-USA). He is an ASCE Fellow, a SEI Fellow, and a licensed Professional Engineer in Georgia, Nebraska, and Pennsylvania.