University of Virginia
Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering
351 McCormick Road
PO Box 400742
Dr. Ivey Burden joined the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Virginia in January 2012. She is involved in ASCE GeoInstitute, the Transportation Research Board (TRB), Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), and is a National Science Foundation (NSF) ENHANCE Fellow.
Dr. Ivey Burden’s research and teaching interests include geotechnical engineering, foundations engineering, solid waste management, risk analysis in infrastructure systems, geotechnical earthquake engineering, and geophysical testing techniques. Her research methods vary widely, ranging from theoretical systems modeling to a combination of laboratory and field investigations.
Research and Publications
Frank P. Morris and Lindsay Ivey Burden (pending) “Examination of a New Method for Non-Destructive Evaluation of Horizontal Directional Drilling”, ASCE Journal for Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice. (under review)
Lindsay Ivey Burden, Glenn J. Rix, and Stuart D. Werner (2015) “Development of a Risk Framework for Forecasting Earthquake Losses in Port Systems” Earthquake Spectra.
Alexandra Todd and Lindsay Ivey-Burden (2015) “A Method of Mapping Sinkhole Susceptibility Using A Geographic Information System: A Case Study for Interstates in the Karst Counties of Virginia” 14th Sinkhole Conference, Rochester, Minnesota.
Tony Winiewicz and Lindsay Ivey Burden (2015) “Applications of PPR (Pipe Penetrating Radar) to Plastic Pipe for Quality Control of New Pipe Installation, and Condition Assessment of Existing Installations” North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) No-Dig, Denver, Colorado.
Abdollah Shafieezadeh and Lindsay Ivey Burden (2014) “Scenario-Based Resilience Assessment Framework for Critical Infrastructure Systems: Case Study for Seismic Resilience of Seaports” Reliability Engineering & System Safety.