Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Nikolaos Katopodes

Reflecting on an impactful career: CEE Professor Nikolaos Katopodes retires

Professor Nikolaos D. Katopodes is retiring after almost forty years at University of Michigan. |Medium Read
The HEAT camera

Turning faces into thermostats

An autonomous HVAC system could provide more comfort with less energy.|Medium Read
PhD Student Gaang Lee

PhD student Gaang Lee receives the Creativeness in Ergonomics Student of the Year Award at the 23rd Applied Ergonomics Conference

The annual conference highlights the outstanding professionals in ergonomics, healthcare, safety, human resources and risk management from around the world. |Short Read
Pelham Scholars

Pelham Scholars Program celebrates its first year of supporting master’s students

The Pelham Scholars Program program continues a legacy of excellence by supporting socially-conscious engineers seeking to solve society’s most pressing problems.|Short Read
Portrait of James Wight

James K. Wight elected Honorary Member of the American Concrete Institute

James Wight taught at U-M from 1973-2019 and has been elected to ACI's prestigious Honorary Membership. We’re reflecting on his career and his commitment to experimental research and to his students.|Medium Read
F. Estefan Garcia

New Faculty: F. Estéfan Garcia

Dr. F. Estefan Garcia will join the CEE Department as an Assistant Professor in January 2021.|Short Read

CEE student organizations: A year in review

Reflections on CEE student organization activities during the 2019-2020 academic year.|Long Read
Hurricane Model

From resilience to adaptation: The case of hurricanes

Researchers bring together interdependent data to build communities that are resilient to disasters.|Medium Read
ivanov in the trees

Spotlight: Data is life

Take a multimedia trip to the Amazon and meet the researchers who are working to understand how the future of the rainforest could affect us all.|Short Read

Enrica Bernardini receives Chi Epsilon Excellence in Teaching Award

The honor, bestowed by the Great Lakes District of Chi Epsilon, recognizes faculty members who demonstrate dedication and excellence in teaching civil engineering. |Short Read
Emily Crossette

PhD Student Emily Crossette receives C. Ellen Gonter award from the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry

The annual award honors outstanding graduate student research papers in chemistry or environmental engineering.|Short Read
Silhouette of graduates in caps and gowns

Virtual messages honor CEE graduates

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering collected virtual messages to congratulate the class of 2020.|Short Read