Michigan Engineering researchers will help reveal pathways for virus detection and transmission
Interdisciplinary study seeks to mitigate transmission of respiratory viral diseases such as flu and COVID-19 in children
Building the Future Series: A Conversation about Adaptation
CEE’s Building the Future Webinar series hosts a presentation and Q&A about adapting to the rising levels of the sea.
Building disaster-resilient systems for the future: A Q+A with Jack Baker, Chris Poland and Sherif El-Tawil
The panel discussion is part of the fifth and final installment of CEE’s Building the Future Lecture Series.
New Faculty: Sabine Loos
Dr. Sabine Loos will join the CEE Department as an Assistant Professor in August 2023.
Sherif El-Tawil wins ASCE Wellington Prize
The award recognizes outstanding papers in transportation engineering.
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.
University of Michigan student team wins National Transportation Technology Tournament for second year in a row
The team designed solutions to the problem of curb space management in downtown Ann Arbor.
PhD Candidate Ahmed Abdelhady places in Objective Resilience Student Competition
Abdelhady’s work models hurricane damage on residential neighborhoods.
PhD Candidate Alyssa DeSimone awarded SFPE grant
Her research in structural fire engineering focuses on modeling fire spread in large compartments.
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.
New Faculty: Jeremy Bricker
Associate Professor Jeremy Bricker will join the CEE department in January 2021.
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.
In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Jonathan W. Bulkley
Bulkley passed away on July 14, 2019. During his tenure at the University of Michigan, he taught in both the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the School for Environment and Sustainability.
New grant enables research on extremely durable concrete
CEE Professor Victor Li leads a project to reduce energy and emissions through more durable concrete.
Restoration and collaboration
A field trip to the Boardman River presents a unique opportunity to see dam restoration and cross-disciplinary collaboration in action.