Dr. Rouse is a bridge research specialist with the Bridge Engineering Center. His interest areas include extreme events engineering, accelerated construction, fiber reinforced and ultra-high performance concrete, structural performance evaluation, and power transmission structures.
- PhD, Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 2004
- ME, Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 1995
- BS, Civil Engineering, Iowa State University, 1994
- Extreme events engineering
- Accelerated construction
- Fiber reinforced and ultra-high performance concrete
- Structural performance evaluation
- Power transmission structures
- J. M. Rouse, T. J. Wipf, B.M. Phares, F. Fanous and O. Berg. 2011. Design, Construction, and Field Testing of an Ultra-High Performance Concrete Pi-Girder Bridge. Iowa Highway Research Board, Ames IA, 82 pp.
- J. M. Rouse, F.W. Klaiber, and M.C. Currie. 2009. Feasibility investigation of segmentally precast bridge piers for accelerated construction. Iowa Highway Research Board, Ames IA.
- J. M. Rouse. An alternative design approach for longitudinal loads. Proceedings of the Edison Electric Institute Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, October 2010.
- J.M. Rouse. “An alternative design approach for longitudinal loads.” Midwest Electrical Transmission Exchange annual meeting, Pewaukee, Wisconsin, October 2010.
- J. M. Rouse and F. Fanous. Design, construction and performance evaluation of a UHPC pi girder bridge. Proceedings of the Iowa County Engineers Association Annual Meeting, Ames, IA, December 2009.
- J. M. Rouse, M .C. Currie, and F. W. Klaiber. Self- centering bridge piers with structural fuses. Proceedings of the 2009 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium, Ames, IA, August 2009.
Honors and Awards
- ISU Engineering Student Council Outstanding Teacher in Civil Engineering, 2009
- George Winter Fellowship, Cornell University, 2002
- Cornell Graduate Fellowship, Cornell University, 1999
- Big 8 Conference Postgraduate Fellowship, Big 8 Conference, 1994
- Olin Fellowship, Cornell University, 1994