Assistant Professor Daniel Work has been invited to attend NAE's prestigious EU-US Frontiers of Engineering symposium.
CEE at Illinois Assistant Professor Jeremy Guest has been awarded the 2016 Paul L. Busch Award by the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation.
CEE at Illinois is leading the way in developing safe water and sanitation solutions for a sustainable future.
Megan Konar is part of a team studying the connections between food production, energy production and water supply in the United States.
Stark's 3D modeling project will lead to improved slope stability analysis and risk assessment.
Graduate students awarded competitive research stipends from the Graduate Research Award Program on Public Sector Aviation Issues.
Professor Tami Bond answers questions about the importance of atmospheric chemistry research.
Associate Professor Mani Golparvar-Fard has won the 2016 Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
An analysis by a team of CEE at Illinois faculty outlines the many factors that led to the collapse of Washington bridge.
Research supported by the Siebel Energy Institute reveals why consumers need to consider combined water and energy use when deciding which household appliances to upgrade for increased efficiency.
Summer camp group spends the day at Newmark to learn about rail systems and engineering.
Tutumluer honored as winner of the Yangtze River Scholar Award at a recent summit in China.
University of Illinois alumni are invited to contribute materials for display in the Welcome Center, slated to open in 2017.
Model to calculate the age of nitrogen in corn and soybean fields, which could lead to improved fertilizer application techniques to promote crop growth while reducing leaching.
The problem of finding clean drinking water is not just a developing world problem any longer as climate change and urban sprawl contribute to an exponential increase in drought and floods across the planet.
New classes available in the Fall 2016 course line-up.
The streets of Chicago are getting smarter, literally, through a project being led by Research Assistant Professor Joshua Peschel.