Professor Emeritus Michael Darter is recognized for his innovation, leadership, advancement of technology, teaching and mentoring in the field of civil engineering
On Dec. 15, U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth visited a CEE at Illinois railroad engineering research laboratory, accompanied by Chancellor Robert Jones.
On Dec. 7, 2017, Professor Yanfeng Ouyang was invested as the first holder of the George Krambles Endowed Professorship in Rail and Public Transit.
A team of Canadian and U.S. researchers have mapped the single-cell genomes of a diverse group of microbial dark matter known as Marinimicrobia, identifying previously uncharted metabolic roles, including as a potential greenhouse gas sink.
Illinois Center for Transportation has selected Stark's research project as their featured topic for the conference.
Assistant Professor Jeremy Guest has been invited to speak at the 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Sciences: Water in June 2018.
Associate Professor Daniel B. Work has been selected to present his research at the National Academy of Engineering 2018 National Meeting February 8, 2018, in Irvine, Calif.
A three-year agreement between the Illinois Department of Transportation and the University of Illinois brings $19 million to transportation research.
Illinois researchers will develop a numerical modeling tool to help Corn Belt communities balance the interrelated needs of the food, energy and water sectors.
Gerald and Audrey Olson recently made a leadership gift to fund a geotechnical engineering laboratory in the new addition to the Hydrosystems Lab.
Professors Emeritus Ernest J. Barenberg and Marshall R. Thompson were recently honored with CEE Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Awards.
In a recurring feature in the CEE Magazine, CEE alumni describe their varied projects and professions.
Assistant professor Jeremy Guest explains how updated spaces will influence learning.
Associate Professor Mani Golparvar Fard has been named to Engineering News-Record’s first National Top 20 under 40 list.
CEE students visited Mexico City after 7.1-magnitude earthquake to gather data on damaged buildings that will be used in the development of a system to assess structural damage using drones.
A weekend trip to Chicago gives students an opportunity to learn about the city from a structural engineering perspective.
Researchers find that changes in nonextreme precipitation are more significant than previously realized and larger than those in extreme precipitation.
Nguyen will attend the 2017 Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering and Medicine symposium in Rabat, Morocco.