Field of smart structures technology drew 45 students from 30 universities to Asia-Pacific Summer School on Smart Structures Technology.
Eighth International Conference on the Bearing Capacity of Roads, Railways, and Airfields convenes on campus.
Newly designed structure will be optimized to improve safety for boaters while also addressing ecological concerns.
Fourteen students travel to Panama to view some of the country’s high-profile construction projects.
CEE student Derek Vardon, a junior in the Environmental Engineering & Science program, has won a prestigious Barry M. Goldwater scholarship
New Level II Disinfection Research Laboratory will allow researchers to safely study pathogenic viruses and their human host cells.
Graduate students get first-hand look at Devil's Slide Tunnels Project in California.
Phillip R. Donovan honored as Department of Transportation Air Transportation Centers of Excellence (COE) Outstanding Student of the Year.
Herricks works to address one of the oldest problems facing aviation today, birds colliding with aircraft.
Federal Aviation Administration presents a 2008 Excellence in Aviation Research Award to CEE Professor Edwin Herricks.
American Geophysical Union names Valocchi as Fellow.
Schmidt named a Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer (D.WRE) of the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers.
CEE graduate student Martin Page of the Environmental Engineering and Science area was one of eight finalists for the prestigious Lemelson-Illinois Student Prize.