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Graduate student Steven Palkovic profiled on MIT News

[fusion_text]PhD student Steven Palkovic was profiled on MIT News for his research of cement paste. Palkovic works with Professor Oral Buyukozturk to develop a computational framework to study how changes in structure or properties at multiple length […]

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Finding a new formula for concrete

Researchers at MIT are seeking to redesign concrete — the most widely used human-made material in the world — by following nature’s blueprints. In a paper published online in the journal Construction and Building Materials, the team contrasts […]

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Stephanie Chin Awarded MIT Freshman Award

On May 12, Stephanie Chin received an Institute-wide Freshman Award for Distinguished Achievement in Research for her UROP work on the use of nano cement additives for sustainability of built environment, conducted under the supervision of […]

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Seeking inspiration from ancient technologies

By Kelsey Damrad Civil and Environmental Engineering April 6, 2016 New fieldwork program in civil and environmental engineering takes students to Italy for a lesson in ancient infrastructure and materials. As durable infrastructure, material innovation, and […]

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Observing invisible vibrations

Kelsey Damrad Civil and Environmental Engineering   PhD student Justin Chen magnifies minuscule vibrations in structures to detect damage. For Justin Chen, a PhD student in the MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE), there […]

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CEE salutes its recent graduates

Congratulations to all of the new graduates from the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering! On June 5, the new CEE graduates gathered with families and friends as well as CEE faculty, staff and alumni for […]

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