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Day in the life of a mini-UROP mentor and mentee: Josh and Stephen

Hi I'm Josh Moss and I'm a graduate student who works in Professor Jesse Kroll's lab studying atmospheric chemistry, that’s me on the left. Hi! I'm Stephen Duncan and I am a first year student interested in chemical and environmental engineering which brought me to the mini-UROP program in CEE. Together, we are working on [...]

New research using NASA data gives insight for global soil moisture

Research from Bacardi and Stockholm Water Foundations Professor Dara Entekhabi uses data from NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite to study global soil moisture. Entekhabi also serves as a SMAP Science Team leader. The research, published in Nature Geosciences, provides insight into climate, agriculture and weather on a global scale. For more on the [...]

Freshman seminar explores artwork at MIT and beyond

Class of 1942 Professor of Architecture and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering John Ochsendorf led a new freshman seminar this fall on Art, Engineering, and Architecture. The class explored artwork around MIT and in the surrounding Boston area. For more on the class, click here.

Professor Ali Jadbabaie profiled on MIT News

JR East Professor of Engineering Ali Jadbabaie was recently profiled on MIT News for his research on large-scale systems and his path to MIT.  Jadbabaie joined the CEE faculty in July and also serves as the associate director the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) and as the director of Sociotechnical Systems Research Center [...]