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Feb14
2:00 pm
6:00 pm

MIT CEE Annual Research Day: CEE for the 21st Century

This event brings together the CEE community for a thought-provoking experience and a great opportunity to discuss civil and environmental solutions for the 21st century through lightning-fast research talks and poster presentations by CEE faculty, students, and postdocs. It will also include light food and drink during the poster presentation reception hour.

Download the Program agenda to learn more.

Nov16
1:00 pm
2:00 pm

Interdepartmental Program in Transportation / MIT Mobility Initiative Information Session

This webinar will provide an overview of MIT's Interdepartmental Program in Transportation including the Master of Science in Transportation (MST) as well as the Interdepartmental Doctoral Program, and the admissions process.

 Led by the Director of the Transportation Program, Jinhua Zhao, and Admissions Staff

Nov09
1:00 pm
2:00 pm

CEE and Transportation MIT Graduate Student Life Session

This information session will feature current graduate students from the CEE and Transportation degree programs, sharing a glimpse of life outside the lab and answering your questions.

Led by current CEE and Transportation students, along with Civil and Environmental Engineering Admissions Staff

Oct27
2:00 pm
3:00 pm

CEE and Office of Graduate Education Grad Catalyst Event

This interactive webinar provides participants with useful information for applying to and thriving in graduate school. Sessions are open to all students exploring the option of PhD studies in CEE at MIT. 

Led by current CEE students and Civil and Environmental Engineering Admissions Staff

Oct26
1:00 pm
2:00 pm

CEE at MIT Graduate Admissions Webinar

This webinar will provide an overview of all the graduate degree paths in CEE at MIT and the process for applying.

Led by Civil and Environmental Engineering Admissions Staff

Nov02
1:00 pm
Nov02
2:00 pm
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Data Science for Engineering Systems MEng Webinar

This webinar will provide an overview of the new Data Science for Engineering Systems MEng program and the process for applying. Download our information sheet to learn more about the new degree program.

Led by Professor Saurabh Amin and Professor Franz-Joseph Ulm

Nov04
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Mixing, Morphology, and Melting in Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Blair Johnson from University of Texas, who will discuss “Mixing, Morphology, and Melting in Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Oct21
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: TBD

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Rich Phillips from Indiana University.

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Oct28
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Mixotrophy in marine picocyanobacteria

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Jose Manuel Garcia Fernandez from University of Cordoba, who will discuss “Mixotrophy in marine picocyanobacteria: Glucose uptake and utilization by Prochlorococcus"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Oct14
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Hydrology in the supercomputing age

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Reed Maxwell from Princeton University, who will discuss “Hydrology in the supercomputing age: How computational advances have revolutionized our field, and what big data and massively parallel simulations mean for the future of hydrologic discovery"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Oct07
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Altered Soundscapes and Degraded Landscapes

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Anshuman Swain from Harvard University, who will discuss “Altered Soundscapes and Degraded Landscapes"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Sep30
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Physics to machine learning and machine learning back to physics

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Pierre Gentine from Columbia University, who will discuss “Physics to machine learning and machine learning back to physics"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Sep23
12:00 pm
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Novel approaches for the identification of toxic organic chemicals in complex mixtures

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker Carsten Prasse from John Hopkins University, who will discuss “Chemical Exposures: Novel approaches for the identification of toxic organic chemicals in complex mixtures"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Sep16
12:00 pm
Sep16
1:00 pm
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Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series: Utilizing Satellite Communication Signals for Earth Remote Sensing

Please join us for the Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory Seminar Series with speaker James Garrison from Purdue University, who will discuss “Signals of Opportunity P-band Investigation (SNOOPI): Utilizing Satellite Communication"

The seminar is in-person at 15 Vassar Street, 48-316

For more information or how to attend this seminar virtually, please contact lumidi@mit.edu

Nov14
4:00 pm
Nov14
5:00 pm
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C.C. Mei Distinguished Speaker Series: Prof. Alain Goriely

The C.C. Mei Distinguished Speaker Series was founded and has been organized since 2015 in the MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, in honor of Prof. Chiang C. Mei. The speaker series provides a vibrant forum for highly distinguished speakers from around the world, to share their research with the CEE, MIT, and local Boston community. Our November 14th speaker is Alain Goriely, Statutory Chair of Mathematical Modelling at the University of Oxford, Mathematical Institute.