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Portrait of Tom Yavaraski.

Analyzing brewery and food waste to create useful products

A staff perspective on an innovative CEE project.|Short Read

New Staff: Justin Roelofs

Roelofs joins the department as an Engineering Technician.|Short Read
Portrait of Bruce Dorfman

Alumnus Bruce Dorfman receives CEE Alumni Merit Award

The award recognizes alumni who inspire students to embody the term “leaders and best.”|Short Read
Portrait of Tarolyn Buckles.

A message from the CEE Friends Association (CEEFA) Board President

Alumna and Board President Tarolyn Buckles reflects on an unprecedented year.|Short Read

Center for Low Carbon Built Environment sets ambitious goals for combating climate change

The center aims to cut the built environment’s carbon footprint in half by 2030 and boost its productivity.|Medium Read

A Message from the Chair

Professor and Donald Malloure Department Chair Jerome Lynch reflects on the past year in Civil and Environmental Engineering.|Medium Read
person holding up sensors

Sensor technology aims to help US cities extend the life of aging pipelines

Transformative pilot project in Detroit could help cities across U.S. deal with overdue pipeline upgrades.|Medium Read
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NERS researchers aim to understand the behavior of high entropy alloys under extreme conditions

The research is part of a greater project to find an optimized radiation-tolerant material.|Short Read
Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed technology to provide contactless measurements of respiratory rate, heart rate and heart rate variability, which together are important indicators of an individual’s overall health.

Touchless respiratory and heart rate measurement for COVID-19 health screening

New technology provides a contactless method to add respiratory rate and heart rate to temperature readings .|Medium Read

Personal cold plasma “air curtain” design for COVID-19 protection moves forward

Medical giant Johnson & Johnson and federal HHS select U-M design with “minimal impact on daily life.”|Medium Read
a cluster of monarch butterflies gather on a tree branch in the sun.

Tracking Monarch Butterfly Migration with the World’s Smallest Computer

In a project funded by National Geographic, ECE researchers are teaming up with the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology to advance our understanding of monarch butterfly migration with the most ambitious iteration of the Michigan Micro Mote yet.|Medium Read
Joi Mondisa

Strategies to help support students during a pandemic

Mentoring in the time of COVID-19.|Medium Read