Avatar

Ivan Damnjanovic

Associate Professor

Zachry Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering

idamnjanovic@civil.tamu.edu

(979) 862-6616


Avatar

About

Ivan D. Damnjanovic is an Associate Professor, J.L. “Corky” Frank/Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC Faculty Fellow, and the Director of Engineering Project Management program at Texas A&M University. Dr. Damnjanovic specializes in qualitative and quantitative methods for management of engineering and project risks as well as management of infrastructure and transportation systems. He has an extensive experience in risk and safety analysis applied to projects from different industry segments including transportation, oil&gas, and technology development.

Download CV: Damnjanovic

Engineering Project Management

Engineering project management program at Texas A&M University allows students with specific interests in project management to enhance their understating of project organizations, teams, management techniques and develop as future leaders. The program is based on a tiered approach that emphasizes: a) basic understanding of engineering project management for all TAMU engineering major graduates, b) advanced content and experiences for the students that show interest in better understanding project management, and c) specialized graduate level education in project management focusing on project-driven industries.

Undergraduate Minor Program

Graduate Certificate Program

Textbook in Project Risk Management

Avatar
Data Analytics for Engineering and Construction Project Risk Management is one of the few texts that provides a step-by-step guidance on how to implement analytical methods in project risk management. The text focuses on engineering design and construction projects and as such is suitable for graduate students in engineering, construction, or project management, as well as practitioners aiming to develop, improve, and/or simplify corporate project management processes.
Order on Amazon

Autonomous Driving

Avatar
Texas A&M University engineers are looking to develop software for industry-standard computers and sensors for race cars at speeds of up to 200 mph. The prize is $1 million.The Indy Autonomous Challenge is a competition among universities that enables self-driving Dallara IL-15 Indy Lights formula cars to compete head-to-head at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS). Texas A&M was a part of the team that developed the competition, and is one of 21 universities to enter the race so far. The Texas A&M team, led by Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic, associate professor in the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the director of engineering project management, is composed of faculty and graduate and undergraduate students.
Read Offical Race Announcement
Visit Indy Autonomous Challenge Website