Graduate Blog

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July 28, 2017

I'm recruiting Structural and Civil Engineers for a Fortune 500 technology company located in the Raleigh-Durham area.
Ideal candidates are recent graduates or individuals with 1-3 years of structural engineering experience.
Full relocation assistance would be provided, along with strong compensation and full benefits.

Nick Shea
Managing Partner
Avery Duke


July 27, 2017

Transportation Mini-Workshop

Sunday, July 30

2312 Newmark

9 am- 12 pm


The objective of the mini-workshop is to discuss emerging revolutions in transportation systems, induced/transformed research needs, and plausible pathways forward. The mini-workshop will include 15-min short presentations on the following topics, and then leave ample of time for discussion.


* Autonomous and connected vehicles

* Shared mobility (car/bike-, ride-sharing, etc.)

* Ubiquitous sensing and big data analytics

* E-commerce 


Prominent Transportation Researchers Presenting


Prof. Hai Yang, HK Univ. of Science & Tech, Editor-in-Chief of Trans Res Part B

Prof. Yafeng Yin, Univ. of Michigan, Editor-in-Chief of Trans Res Part C

Prof. Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern Univ., Former Editor-in-Chief of Trans Science

Prof. Yu Nie, Northwestern Univ., Associate Editor of Trans Science

Prof. Jeff Ban, Univ. of Washington

Prof. Hai Wang, Singapore Management Univ.



July 27, 2017

We will be hosting a visiting seminar on 8/2/17, Dr. Neil Hoult from Queens University in Canada. I have attached a flier with more details.


July 27, 2017

"Lumos Industries is tackling the ever-growing nuclear waste problem in America. Our project provides a safe, passively cooled interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel; while repurposing the fuel to generate clean electricity. We are currently expanding our team. Among the numerous benefits, team members will also receive 6 credit hours through TE 498/BADM 395. More information is attached in the flyer. Please email your resume to if interested."


July 27, 2017

There is an academic opening in the Pontificia Universidad Catolica De Chile. The academic profile seeks a geotechnical or mining engineer with focus on rock mechanics.

The posting is available here:

The QS ranking of the school is 137 in the world, and 3 in LatAm: