Chris Van Dyke, PhD
Lead Research Scientist
Chris started at KTC in 2012 and is currently a Program Manager. Since arriving at the Center, he has worked on projects that span pretty much every subdiscipline of transportation, including project development and delivery, highway design, infrastructure resiliency, hydrology and hydraulics, bridge preservation, roadside maintenance, bridge preservation, and environmental analysis. Chris’s academic training is in fluvial geomorphology, and he has done a fair bit of research on river channel evolution and stream restoration. He received a Ph.D. from UK’s Department of Geography in 2015, holds graduate certificates from UK in applied statistics and digital/web mapping, and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).