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Prof. D. V. Griffiths



Ph.D., Professor of Civil Engineering
Division of Engineering
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401, U.S.A
Tel: (303)-273-3669
Fax: (303)-273-3602
Office: Brown Hall 314F
Email: d.v.griffiths@mines.edu

EDUCATION:

B.Sc., University of Manchester, Civil Engineering
M.S., University of California, Berkeley, Geotechnical Engineering
Ph.D., University of Manchester, Civil Engineering
D.Sc., University of Manchester, Numerical Methods in Geomechanics
PROFESSIONAL:

Region 7 Director of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 2010-2013
Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers since 2002
President, ASCE, Colorado Section, 2000-2001
P.E.(Colorado), Reg.No. 32895
Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (London)
British Chartered Engineer, C.Eng., Reg. No. 346110
RESEARCH FOCUS:

Oil resource geomechanics.
Probabilistic geotechnics.
Soil mechanics and foundation engineering.
Finite element software development.
TEACHING:

ON SABBATICAL, 2011-2012

Numerical methods for engineers, First Field Term 2012: EGGN 560/460
The course can be used as a Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Technical Elective

UPCOMING SHORT COURSES:

Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering (ASCE Geo-Institute, 1 days, 0.8 CEUs)
InterContinental Buckhead, Atlanta, GA, June 26, 2011. Just before GeoRisk 2011 conference.

Probabilistic Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, Udine, Italy, July 10-14, 2006
The course notes have been published as a Springer-Verlag textbook (2007)
PUBLICATIONS:

Publications of D.V. Griffiths
Publications on Probabilistic Geotechnics with G.A. Fenton
Web of Science
Google Scholar
FEATURED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS:

"Finite element analyses of walls, footings and slopes"
Symp Comp Appl Geotech Prob Highway Eng, ed. M.F. Randolph, pp.122-146, Pub. PM Geotech Analysts Ltd., Cambridge, UK (1980)
"Slope stability analysis by finite elements"
Geotechnique 49, No.3, pp.387-403, (1999)
"Stability analysis of highly variable soils by elasto-plastic finite elements"
Course notes given at a Short Course on Advanced numerical applications and plasticity in geomechanics.
June 26-30, 2000, International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, Udine, Italy.
"Bearing capacity of spatially random soil: the undrained clay Prandtl problem revisited"
Geotechnique 51, No.4, pp.351-459, (2001)
"Probabilistic geotechnical analysis: How difficult does it need to be?"
Keynote paper presented at the UEF Conference on Probabilistics in Geotechnics:
Technical and economic risk estimation. Graz, Austria, Sept 15-19, 2002.
"Probabilistic slope stability analysis by finite elements"
J Geotech Geoenv Eng, Vol.130, No.3, pp.507-518, (2004)
"Reliability of passive earth pressure"
Georisk, Vol.2, No.2, pp.113-121, (2008)
TEXTBOOKS (and associated software):

"Programming the finite element method"
I.M. Smith and D.V. Griffiths, 4th ed., John Wiley & Sons, 2004, reprinted 2006,2008
"Link to programs"

"Numerical methods for engineers",
D.V. Griffiths and I.M. Smith, 2nd ed., Chapman & Hall/CRC Press, 2006
"Link to programs"

"Risk Assessment in Geotechnical Engineering",
Gordon A. Fenton and D.V. Griffiths, John Wiley & Sons, 2008.
"Link to programs"
OTHER SOFTWARE:

"FORM analysis of wellbore stabilitty"
"Slope stability program"
"Software derived using Computer Algebra Systems"
"Infinite slope software"
"FORM software"
"Monte-Carlo Excel Program"
"Beams on a Random Elastic Foundations"
CIVIL AND GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING AT MINES:

"Graduate Study in Geotechnical Engineering at CSM"
MISCELLANEOUS:

"Scott Joplin"

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