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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center      

    Vicksburg, MS, US  


    Current Personnel:

    Pat Caldwell
    Dan Glaser
    Sandra LeGrand
    Adam LeWinter
    Amy Phillips
    Deborah Quimby
    Richard Reihsmann
    John Weatherly

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    Recent Images

    3-D printing a building

    3-D printing a building

    08.18.2017 | Photo by Michael Jazdyk
    A barracks hut constructed with the Automated Construction of Expeditionary Structures is a new construction technology that prints concrete...
    Dartmouth's School of Ice

    Dartmouth's School of Ice

    06.28.2017 | Photo by Marie Darling
    Dr. Zoe Courville of the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory shares her work on 3-D imaging of ice to a group of university and...

    Recent Videos

    ERDC University

    ERDC University

    09.08.2017 | Video by Gwyn Neill
    ERDC University offers the opportunity for collaboration between U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Districts/Divisions and U.S. Army Engineer Research...
    PIER JCTD Spiral 2

    PIER JCTD Spiral 2

    09.06.2017 | Video by Stacy Tennison
    Spiral 2 Technical Demonstration for Port Improvement via Exigent Repair Joint Capability Technology Demonstration: The Spiral 2 Technical...

    Recent News Stories

    3-D printing a building

    3-D printing a building

    08.21.2017 | Story by Michael Jazdyk
    CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (Aug. 21, 2017)--The Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Illinois, has successfully three-dimensionally...
    Dartmouth's School of Ice

    Dartmouth's School of Ice

    07.07.2017 | Story by Marie Darling
    HANOVER, N.H. (June 28, 2017) – Eighteen university and college professors from Dartmouth College’s School of Ice recently visited the U.S...

    Augmented Reality Sandbox

    07.03.2017 | Story by Michael Petersen
    The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory has a new tool for engaging students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: an Augmented Reality Sandbox.