Taking a people-first approach to water management
“Self-driving” water systems: A Q&A with Branko Kerkez
Harnessing Energy to Generate Self-Powered Automated Technology
Goal is to Use Nature’s Energy Against Itself to Protect Infrastructure
CEE Engineers Receive Erb Family Foundation Grants
Funding Will Help Address Regional Wastewater and Stormwater Issues
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.
Branko Kerkez honored as Arthur F. Thurnau Professor
Associate Professor Kerkez is recognized for his ingenuity in undergraduate education.
Four CEE faculty receive awards from the College of Engineering
CEE faculty honored for excellence in research, teaching, leadership and service
How connected vehicles’ wipers could help prevent flooding
We’ve been promised all kinds of benefits from a future of connected vehicles, but flood control?
Joint U-M and GLWA team wins inaugural Intelligent Water Challenge
University-utility partnership designs a system to demonstrate the value of smart water technologies.
Branko Kerkez Article Featured in NAE’s Latest Publication
CEE Assistant Professor, Branko Kerkez, is featured in the latest edition of The Bridge, the flagship quarterly publication of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Two CEE Professors win NSF CAREER Awards
Assistant Professors Branko Kerkez and Seymour Spence have each been selected to receive a 2018 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award.
Branko Kerkez Receives Chi Epsilon Teaching Excellence Award
Assistant Professor, Branko Kerkez, has been selected to receive the 2018 Chi Epsilon Great Lakes District Excellence in Teaching Award.
Branko Kerkez selected as NAE Gilbreth Lecturer
CEE Assistant Professor, Branko Kerkez, has been selected by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) as a 2018 Gilbreth Lecturer, a lectureship recognizing outstanding young American engineers.