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CEE faculty share innovative research projects with alumni

On October 18, Breene M. Kerr Professor Elfatih Eltahir, Professor John Williams, and Associate Professor Caitlin Mueller shared updates on their innovative research projects. Topics covered ranged from machine learning and blockchain to regional impacts of […]

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Graduate student Samuel Raymond receives Shoji Award

Graduate student Samuel Raymond received the Shoji award on October 17, for Innovation in Information Technology. Raymond’s cutting-edge work includes modeling complex subsurface physics and developing advanced software systems to simulate complex problems. He has shown […]

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Summer In Santiago

[fusion_text]By Christine Langston I’m spending the summer (or rather winter in the southern hemisphere) in Santiago, the capital city of Chile through a MIT program called MISTI (MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives). I’m interning with the […]

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CEE announces three new professorships

Marilyn Siderwicz | Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering  Effective July 1, three Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) professors will receive named professorships in recognition for their important contributions to the department and the […]

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Opening research labs to freshmen fosters innovation and community

Marilyn Siderwicz Civil and Environmental Engineering Mini-UROP pairs freshmen with graduate students and postdocs while broadening opportunities for enhanced learning, collaboration, and networking. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) faculty opened their research labs […]

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Kai Pan receives the Shoji Award

The Shoji Prize for Innovation in IT in Civil Engineering was presented to doctoral student Kai Pan for his accomplishments in the development and application of a Smooth Particle Hydrodynamic code to the area of rogue […]

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