Grant advances technical and behavioral interventions toward greater sustainability
Project team receives sustainability catalyst grant
Striving for Equity in Water Access is a Personal Commitment for CEE Student
PhD student Brittany Hicks’ experiences inspire her research
CEE Prof. Victor Li Receives Top Global Ranking for Building and Construction Research
Ranking is based on authorship of research, citations and additional factors
U-M Researchers Examine Ways to Reduce Arsenic Exposure to Bangladesh Residents
Interdisciplinary team used low-cost information campaign to raise awareness of arsenic in water.
Wastewater dashboard adds monkeypox, flu and more for five southeast Michigan communities
The results of monitoring for diseases beyond COVID-19 are now publicly available for Ann Arbor, Flint, Jackson, Tecumseh and Ypsilanti.
U-M CEE Collaborates with the City of Ann Arbor, AECOM on Pilot Water Plant
Water treatment plant operations to start by June
Harnessing Energy to Generate Self-Powered Automated Technology
Goal is to Use Nature’s Energy Against Itself to Protect Infrastructure
Collaborative Project to Help Improve Coastal Community Resilience in Michigan, Wisconsin
National Sea Grant Program to Fund Flood Risk Research
CEE Engineers Receive Erb Family Foundation Grants
Funding Will Help Address Regional Wastewater and Stormwater Issues
Grant Seeks to Improve Storm Surge Barriers
CEE Associate Prof. Jeremy Bricker is Part of Team Receiving NSF Grant
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.
“Robot assistants” project aims to reinvent construction industry
$2M project aims to partner humans with robots for safer jobsites.
Glen Daigger and Nancy Love receive Wesley W. Horner Award from ASCE
Their winning paper explores integrated urban water management systems.
$9.95M for “smart intersections” across Ann Arbor
Technology embedded in existing infrastructure will provide data to connected and automated vehicles, bolstering safety.
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.
Sensor technology aims to help US cities extend the life of aging pipelines
Transformative pilot project in Detroit could help cities across U.S. deal with overdue pipeline upgrades.
Removing and reusing phosphorus from agricultural runoff
Glen Daigger and his research team are developing a biological system that can capture the phosphorus in the water without use of chemicals.
Improving construction worker safety with wearable sensors
Wearables track heart rate, fatigue and stress.
From resilience to adaptation: The case of hurricanes
Researchers bring together interdependent data to build communities that are resilient to disasters.
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.