Seeding To Accelerate Research Themes (START) is a program in Michigan Engineering that provides a mechanism for faculty members to obtain funds for new and innovative research.
Update: Overcoming workspace uncertainties for enabling adaptive co-robotized construction work
CEE Students, Faculty Visit Gordie Howe International Bridge Project
Group has opportunity to see international construction in progress
Congratulations to Profs. Kamat, Menassa
CEE Professors Receive ASCE’s John O. Bickel Award
“Robot assistants” project aims to reinvent construction industry
$2M project aims to partner humans with robots for safer jobsites.
Professors and alumnus receive ASCE Wellington and Collingwood Prizes
Their winning paper seeks to enhance assisted navigation of wheeled mobility devices.
Optimizing comfort for nurses in high-stress situations with sensors
Wearable sensors help pinpoint stressful moments during medical procedures.
Finding the right temperature
University of Michigan faculty receive an NSF grant to investigate automated, data-driven HVAC control.
Menassa Receives ASCE’s Alfred Noble Prize
Carol Menassa has been selected to receive the Alfred Noble Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Carol Menassa receives the 2017 Daniel W. Halpin Award
Associate CEE Professor Carol Menassa was selected as this year’s recipient of the Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction on March 7, 2017.