Civil & Environmental Engineering
Phone: (302) 831-7002
Office: 301 Dupont Hall
- Has specific expertise in railroad track engineering, derailment analysis, wheel-rail interaction, rail problems and maintenance including rail inspection and grinding.
- Research interests include safety and derailment prevention, improved track inspection technology and applications, and track maintenance planning.
Authored or co-authored over 170 technical papers, over 120 technical articles, and two books “The Art and Science of Rail Grinding” and "Tracking R&D" both published by Simmons Boardman Books.
- Former president of ZETA-TECH, a railroad technical consulting company, which was established by Zarembski.
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director of Railroad Engineering and Safety Program
In The News:
SEPTA slowdown on regional rail
Amtrak deaths preventable if safety rules followed (The News Journal)
Amtrak Crash Shows U.S. Anti Rail-Collision System May Have Gaps (New York Times)
Amtrak Trying to Determine if Workers Were Authorized to Be on Tracks (New York Times)
Two Workers Die as Amtrak Train Strikes Backhoe (NBC10)
NTSB: Train was traveling more than twice speed limit before crash (WBAL-TV)
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