Transportation is a key area for Automation to thrive
Automation is a field where cutting-edge research is happening at CEE
Prof. Jeremy Bricker Featured in Latest Podcast
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Prof. Photios Ioannou named an ASCE Fellow
Less than 2% of ASCE Members Achieve Fellow Status
Michalowski Elected to Academy of Engineering in Poland
Prof. Radoslaw L. Michalowski has been elected to the Academy of Engineering in Poland. The nomination was approved by the Academy’s General Assembly earlier in 2022. The formal induction into the Academy took place in Cracow, Poland, on April 26, 2022, during the ceremonial session of the Academy, and the first in-person meeting since the […]
Congratulations to CEE Faculty on Upcoming Retirements
Profs. Hayes, Olson to retire on May 31, 2022
McCormick Is New Associate Department Chair of Undergraduate Programs
He begins new role on June 1, 2022
Building the Future Series Smart Infrastructure Finance: The Transformational Role of Data for Democratized Digital Project Delivery
CEE’s Building the Future Webinar series hosts a presentation and Q&A about risk management and financial strategy that will help benefit the community
CEE Professor Co-Authors Journal Review of China’s Trends for Wastewater Management
CEE professor Glen Daigger continues the department’s focus on engineers in service to society through his review of the evolution of wastewater management in China. Daigger has co-authored the article, “Emerging Trends and Prospects for Municipal Wastewater Management in China.” His journal review will be published in the March issue of ACS ES&T Engineering and […]
The future of Line 5: Engineering under Lake Michigan
How would Enbridge shut down the controversial pipeline and construct a replacement tunnel?
Bendable concrete and other CO2-infused cement mixes could dramatically cut global emissions
In The Conversation, experts break down what’s needed to make CO2 in concrete work on a wide scale to curb global emissions.
Water stays in the pipes longer in shrinking cities – a challenge for public health
The geographic locations where Americans live are shifting in ways that can negatively affect the quality of their drinking water.
Bendable concrete, with a design inspired by seashells, can make US infrastructure safer and more durable
Bendable concrete makes infrastructure safer, extends its service life and reduces maintenance costs and resource use.