Geotech team studies how ground failures in Haiti contributed to human casualties and structural damage caused by earthquake.
Olson will present his first-hand observations of earthquake damage and impacts.
Four CEE alumni traveled to Spain for events celebrating international exchange, engineering, athleticism and the University of Illinois.
Olson will study how ground failures during the recent earthquake contributed to human casualties and structural damage.
Bird tracking information system promises to improve wildlife management and overall safety at airports.
Nguyen receives five-year, National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.
Airport safety researchers have a new work space in Newmark Civil Engineering Laboratory.
Researchers deploy wireless sensor network on a cable-stayed bridge in South Korea.
Alumnus had a skill set and the experience his company wanted when they needed to send an employee abroad.
The Illinois Structural Health Monitoring Project was featured on the blog of Crossbow Solutions.
CEE department’s freshman class boasts a record number of women for the academic year 2009-2010.
Collaborative research agreement connects Illinois, Saudi Arabia.
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.