Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews, M.S.

Elizabeth Matthews

Major: Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Science
Louisiana Board of Regents Graduate Fellow

Engineering Science Program at Louisiana State University
125 Construction Management Building (office)
3128 Patrick F. Taylor Hall (mailing)
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Email: echiso1@lsu.edu

Education:
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Louisiana Tech University – Ruston, LA

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Louisiana Tech University – Ruston, LA

Research Interests:
Hazard Resistant Construction, Resilient Communities, Sustainable Development, Coastal Construction

Publications:

  • Matthews, E.C. and Matthews, J. (2013). “Impacts of emergencies on water and wastewater systems in congested urban areas.” Waterlines, 32(1): 74-86.
  •  Chisolm, E. and Matthews, J.  (2012). “Impact of Hurricanes and Flooding on Buried Infrastructure.” Leadership and Management in Engineering. 12(3): 151-156.
  • Allouche, E., Chisolm, E. and Sterling, R. (2008). “Impact of Hurricanes on Buried Infrastructure Networks – A Case History,” ASCE Pipelines, Atlanta, GA.
  • Allouche, E., Chisolm, E., and Sterling, R. (2008). “Assessing the Damage,” Civil Engineering, 78(10), 52-57,78.
  • Chisolm, E. (2007).  Impact of Hurricanes and Flooding on Buried Urban Infrastructure Networks.  MS Thesis, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA.
  • Allouche, E., Sterling, R., Chisolm, E., Hill, D. and Hall, D. (2006). “Assessment of Damage to Urban Buried Infrastructure in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita,” ASCE Pipelines, Chicago, IL.

 

Featured Works

  • Assessment of Damage to Urban Buried Infrastructure in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita,” Allouche, E., Sterling, R., Chisolm, E., Hill, D. and Hall, D., ASCE Pipelines, Chicago, IL. 2006
    Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews, PhD Student
  • Impact of Hurricanes and Flooding on Buried Urban Infrastructure Networks," Chisolm, E., MS Thesis, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA. 2007
    Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews, PhD Student
  • Assessing the Damage,” Allouche, E., Chisolm, E., and Sterling, R., Civil Engineering, 78(10), 52-57,78. 2008
    Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews, PhD Student
  • Impact of Hurricanes on Buried Infrastructure Networks – A Case History,” Allouche, E., Chisolm, E. and Sterling, R., ASCE Pipelines, Atlanta, GA. 2008
    Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews , PhD Student
  • Impact of Hurricanes and Flooding on Buried Infrastructure.” Chisolm, E. and Matthews, J., Leadership and Management in Engineering. 12(3): 151-156. 2012
    Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews, PhD Student
  • Impacts of emergencies on water and wastewater systems in congested urban areas.” Matthews, E.C. and Matthews, J., Waterlines, 32(1): 74-86. 2013
    Elizabeth Chisolm Matthews, PhD Student

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