A proposal submitted by Professor Ximing Cai to receive funding for a research event that will conclude the University of Illinois’ Sesquicentennial Celebration.
The International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research names Garcia the M. Selim Yalin Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
The award is given to non-resident Indians for “outstanding services, achievements and contributions for keeping the ‘Flag of India high.’”
Guest to speak at the 2017 Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering and Medicine symposium in Rabat, Morocco.
Résumé includes arenas, retractable roofs and the odd dragon.
Researchers are using a mathematical technique traditionally used in earthquake engineering to determine how well green infrastructure works.
Megan Konar has been named the William J. and Elaine F. Hall Faculty Fellow in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Admitted and prospective civil and environmental engineering graduate students are invited to campus for a departmental visiting day.
Researchers analyze economics and environmental impact of using corn as biofuel vs food.
Smart materials promise a better method for prestressing concrete railroad crossties, according to a current project by CEE researchers.
Associate Professor Mani Golparvar-Fard has won the 2016 Hojjat Adeli Award for Innovation in Computing.
Nora El-Gohary receives special recognition for scholarly contributions considered exceptional in terms of quality of work and overall achievement.
Assistant professor Daniel Work will present his research on autonomous vehicles at the 2017 China-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium in Shanghai, China.
CEE at Illinois alumnus Bill Baker (MS 80) has received the 2017 University of Illinois Alumni Achievement award, the highest honor conferred by the UI Alumni Association on behalf of the University.
The presence of just a few autonomous vehicles can eliminate the stop-and-go driving of the human drivers in traffic, along with the accident risk and fuel inefficiency it causes, according to new research.
Over 200 first-graders from Sangamon Elementary School visited the crane bay for Shakes and Quakes, an event that introduced them to some basics of engineering.
Student asks, what would it take to switch the majority of Illinois transportation to electrical power, given the limitations of existing power infrastructure?
CEE donors to endowed scholarship funds now can double the impact of their gifts, thanks to a pledge by The Grainger Foundation.