Funding Will Help Address Regional Wastewater and Stormwater Issues
CEE Engineers Receive Erb Family Foundation Grants
Grant Seeks to Improve Storm Surge Barriers
CEE Associate Prof. Jeremy Bricker is Part of Team Receiving NSF Grant
NSF Grant Will Support Research to Reduce Wildfire Threats
Associate Prof. Ann Jeffers leads a team on modeling firebrand transport
2022 CEE Review Now Available
Automation is the Theme
Video: Creating Equity in Midwestern Flood Response and Recovery
A collaboration between engineers and experts from the U-M Center for Social Solutions to address inequity in flood recovery.
Jointless ECC Pavement at Mcity Receives Sensors to Monitor, Assess Real-World Conditions
CEE researchers are examining ways to develop unreinforced jointless rigid pavement with improved structural resiliency and durability while reducing cost and improving environmental sustainability using an Engineered Cementitious Composite (ECC). The team, led by Victor Li–the E. Benjamin Wylie Collegiate Professor and James R. RIce Distinguished University Professor–along with He Zhu – a research scientist […]
CEE Hosts F.E. Richart, Jr./R.D. Woods Lecture
Event Name Honors Past Faculty Leaders
Automation Drives Transportation Studies to Improve Safety, Fuel Efficiency
Automation has the potential to improve traffic safety and offer other benefits to drivers, pedestrians and society as a whole. The ability of sensor systems aboard automated vehicles (AVs) to collect and provide information that guides decision-making can reduce traffic accidents and optimize traffic flows. CEE Associate Prof. Neda Masoud highlighted a project funded by […]
$5M to enable remote, next-generation autonomous vehicle testing at Mcity
‘Mcity 2.0’ will give researchers, many without testing resources, remote access to the Mcity Test Facility—creating a more equitable playing field in mobility.
University of Michigan partners on multi-institution planning effort for state’s water future
Work for the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy will develop a policy roadmap to safe, low cost water services.
Interdisciplinary study seeks to mitigate transmission of respiratory viral diseases such as flu and COVID-19 in children
Michigan Engineering researchers will help reveal pathways for virus detection and transmission
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
Michigan Engineering group creates model for layering COVID-19 defenses
The model can be used as a tool to inform decision-makers and individuals on relative risks and advantages associated with a layered defense.
Energy from waste: $6.8 million for cow-inspired biodigesters
University of Michigan leads a collaboration of academic, municipal and private institutions to advance a renewable methane ecosystem.
Wastewater to drinking water: EPA grants $1.2M to U-M for virus removal study
In preparation for climate adaptation in water-stressed areas, researchers will assess how well existing treatment systems prepare water for reuse.
“Robot assistants” project aims to reinvent construction industry
$2M project aims to partner humans with robots for safer jobsites.
Michigan researchers get $5.3M to expand COVID-19 wastewater monitoring
“Wastewater-based epidemiology has shown to be a valuable tool to inform public health officials of case levels and infection trends in a community.”
A resilient campus
How engineers are applying their expertise for future planning.
The future of Line 5: Engineering under Lake Michigan
How would Enbridge shut down the controversial pipeline and construct a replacement tunnel?
Setting the nation’s engineering research agenda
Michigan Engineers involved in NSF Engineering Research Visioning Alliance, a force multiplier for high-impact research.