The 10th Advances in Cement-based Materials meeting was held in June 2019.
Illinois CEE students compete in the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Big Beam competition.
A Strategic Instructional Innovations Program grant will allow faculty to introduce coding into two undergraduate courses.
Human waste might be an unpleasant public health burden, but scientists at the University of Illinois see sanitation as a valuable facet of global ecosystems and an overlooked source of nutrients, organic material and water.
Three Illinois CEE students were recent winners of the 2019 CERRA Student Recognition Awards at the International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering (ICASP).
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has launched a new website to feature the CEE Modernization Plan effort.
Geothermal energy foundations will be installed this summer as part of the Hydrosystems Laboratory addition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Assistant Professor X. Shelly Zhang is one of seven Faculty Fellows named by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications 2019-2020.
Prestigious prize recognizes a paper that makes a contribution to either practical or research aspects of engineering disciplines.
The Daily Illini reports on the CEE Hydrosystems Laboratory groundbreaking.
Youssef Hasash and Becky Stillwell receive Engineering Council Awards for Excellence in Advising.
CEE alumnus Richard J. Erickson (BS 69) has won the Alumni Award for Distinguished Service from the College of Engineering.
A groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday, March 30, 2019, marked the beginning of construction for a new building addition to the Hydrosystems Laboratory.
Assistant Professor Jeremy Guest selected to receive award that recognizes environmental engineering or science professors who are making outstanding contributions to teaching.
CEE at Illinois researchers have developed a new method for designing and optimizing systems subject to correlated disruptions.
Megan Konar, Ashlynn Stillwell and Vishal Verma have been awarded CAREER awards, the National Science Foundation's most prestigious form of support and recognition for junior faculty.
A CEE team won second place in an international competition to develop a train delay prediction algorithm.