“Wastewater-based epidemiology has shown to be a valuable tool to inform public health officials of case levels and infection trends in a community.”
Michigan researchers get $5.3M to expand COVID-19 wastewater monitoring
Wastewater treatment at one-third the size and cost
Systems featuring a ‘membrane-aerated biofilm reactor’ can also remove more nitrogen from treatment plant discharges.
More efficient testing method could accelerate the deployment of autonomous vehicles
A new paper in Nature Communications discusses improvements over current testing methods.
Glen Daigger and Nancy Love receive Wesley W. Horner Award from ASCE
Their winning paper explores integrated urban water management systems.
The Importance of Mobility Education: A Q&A with Jim Sayer, PhD
We need to expand the way we think of mobility in terms of not only what affects ourselves, but how the way we move affects the overall system.
Brian Ellis awarded Sloan Foundation “net zero” grant
The Alfred P. Sloan grant funds projects furthering technologies that sequester carbon or have zero emissions.
From resilience to adaptation: The case of hurricanes
Researchers bring together interdependent data to build communities that are resilient to disasters.
Assistant Professor Evgueni Filipov receives 2019 ASCE Best Paper Award
CEE Assistant Professor Evgueni Filipov and his co-authors have received an award recognizing their outstanding contributions to the field of analysis and computation in structural engineering.
CCAT Featured Research: Augmented Reality Project in IEEE Spectrum
Adding simulated vehicles to closed-course testing can train robocars to handle even the most unlikely scenarios.
Researchers share innovative ideas in concrete for a more sustainable future
Speakers at the symposium “From Lab to Site: Innovation in Concrete” discussed climate change, 3D printing, “smart” buildings, research potential and collaboration.
New partnership provides accelerated master’s degree option
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at U-M and the School of Environment at Tsinghua University have been approved for a partnership to establish an Accelerated Master’s Degree Program in Environmental Engineering for students from the School of Environment at Tsinghua.
New grant enables research on extremely durable concrete
CEE Professor Victor Li leads a project to reduce energy and emissions through more durable concrete.
Why we do experimental research
A perspective by CEE Professor James K. Wight
Restoration and collaboration
A field trip to the Boardman River presents a unique opportunity to see dam restoration and cross-disciplinary collaboration in action.
CEE Professors Henry Liu and Neda Masoud discuss their research on evolving transportation while keeping the public safe.
Students go behind the scenes in CEE’s first research lab open house
The Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC) and Undergraduate Student Advisory Council (USAC) hosted the very first research lab open house at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Smart infrastructure financing: Why data could be the answer
A Q&A with the professor who is exploring new ways to finance infrastructure, with help from a blockchain company.
Two CEE PhD students receive Dow Sustainability Fellowships
CEE students Cassandra Champagne and Morteza Taiebat have been named 2019 Dow Sustainability Doctoral Fellows.
Jeff Scruggs selected for Berker and Gokyigit Faculty Scholar Award
This award recognizes outstanding work by a member of the CEE Department in advancing the state of the art in smart and sustainable infrastructure systems.
Professor Nancy Love receives NSF grant for research on drinking water
Professor Nancy Love, in collaboration with Branko Kerkez and Wayne State University researchers, received a grant for research on drinking water and public health systems.