Erol Tutumluer recently served as chair of 8th International Symposium on Environmental Vibration and Transportation Geodynamics (ISEV 2018), held at Central South University, Changsha, China.
The Terracon Foundation announced a $100,000 grant to CEE at Illinois for a new geotechnical laboratory planned as part of the department's Modernization Plan.
Assistant Professor Ahmed Elbanna has received the 2019 Journal of Applied Mechanics Award, which honors the best paper published during the two preceding years.
Professor Marcelo Garcia and post-doctoral research associate Hao Luo are part of a group of researchers working to mitigate the effects of extreme weather events on cities across the globe.
Assistant Professor Jinhui Yan has received the 2018 Haythornthwaite Foundation Research Initiation Award from American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Professor Arif Masud has been awarded the G. I. Taylor Medal by the Society of Engineering Science in recognition of sustained and outstanding research contributions to the area of fluid mechanics.
CEE students learn the fundamentals of surveying thanks to a partnership with Parkland College and the enthusiasm of alumnus Todd Horton.
Benito Mariñas is part of a team taking on the challenge of creating more efficient membranes with the potential for new applications.
Researchers studied the connectivity between ecosystem responses to rainfall and drought.
Ashlynn Stillwell has been selected to receive the 2018 Award for Outstanding Teaching in Environmental Engineering and Science from AEESP.
Liu receives prize for interdisciplinary research of outstanding merit at the interface of microbial ecology and water/wastewater treatment.
Researchers evaluated the feasibility of using human-derived waste as a safe and valuable nutrient commodity.
Water-softening additives may increase the risk of pathogen release into drinking water by weakening the grip that bacteria have on pipe interiors.
Floor plans are unveiled for various parts of Phase II of the Modernization Plan.
Curriculum changes are designed to better position students as leaders in the civil and environmental engineering field who are capable of addressing society’s grand challenges.
In a recurring feature in the CEE Magazine, CEE alumni describe their varied projects and professions.
More than 40 student teams from universities in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China arrived on campus in May to compete in the National Student Steel Bridge Competition.
Students from across the university traveled to Puerto Rico during spring break for the ABE 498 Disaster Relief Projects: Hurricane Maria course.