Better writing skills among engineering students at Illinois is the goal of a year-long study by a team of University of Illinois researchers.
Inspired by the needs of their grandmother, twin brothers William and Stephen Cheng launched the startup ExoWear to help monitor the progress of in-home physical therapy.
Illinois professor Ashlynn Stillwell found that, in the Chicago area, it would be more efficient to use reclaimed water instead of river water to cool thermoelectric power plants.
Sharon L. Wood, CEE alumna and dean of the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, will be the featured speaker at the 2016 College of Engineering Convocation.
A team led by CEE Assistant Professor Mani Golparvar-Fard has developed predictive visual data analytics tools to automate time-consuming practices for construction progress monitoring.
As this year's Jordan Award recipient, Hannah Lohman delivered the feature address at the Student and Alumni Awards Ceremony on April 16.
The Illinois Center for Transportation and its partners develop a comprehensive, regionalized LCA tool – the first of its kind.
Annual Structural Engineering Conference to take place on April 7, 2016.
Assistant Professor Jeremy Guest receives Bill Boyle Educator of the Year Award for 2016.
Interdisciplinary team earns award in Turner Construction Company's Fourth Annual Award for Innovation program.
Workshop aims to understand ways climate change affects society and explore policies to mitigate impact.
Assistant professor named one of ten "2016 New Faces of Civil Engineering Professionals" by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Professors Murugesu Sivapalan and Paolo Gardoni have been invited to be Teaching Fellows for the Grand Challenge Learning program, a new campus initiative to help students learn about pressing challenges facing society.
CEE Professor elected as President of the International Society for Concrete Pavements.
CEE faculty members and grad students part of team investigating record flooding in Illinois and Missouri.
A one-year NSF research grant will allow Joshua Peschel to develop new ways for scientists and engineers to capture high resolution, high frequency topographic measurements around waterways as well as take 360-degree HD photos from rivers, lakes and tributaries.
Forty-five top women students from across the country were encouraged to pursue graduate degrees and introduced to the grad program in CEE at Illinois during the first annual We Go CEE workshop.