As CEE envisions the facilities that will help us retain our leadership position, why is a smart bridge part of the plan?
Research team to study the impact of hydrological hazards on food security in Zambia.
The streets of Chicago will be getting smarter, literally, through a new UI LABS City Digital project being led by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Assistant Professor Joshua M. Peschel.
Illinois' new Research and Innovation Laboratory (RAIL) has garnered interest from industry leaders in both the public and private sectors.
CEE Research Assistant Professor developing field-ready robots to gather crop data, as part of a multi-disciplinary research project.
Local landmark designed by CEE professor German Gurfinkel celebrates its 50th anniversary with a seminar and dedication ceremony.
CEE alumnus receives College of Engineering Alumni Award for Distinguished Service.
CEE alumnus leading $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field.
Study of aquifer systems shows water consumption is outpacing replenishment and explains how this may impact food security and international markets.
Annual camp gives high school girls a chance to explore engineering and science.
Team to examine effects of extreme natural and human-made events to develop a model for predicting the impact of future events.
Graduate student named a finalist in an international competition designed to foster innovation in the areas of energy, water and food.
Two CEE professors honored at annual Celebration of Teaching Excellence ceremony.
Improved computer model helps predict spread of Asian carp in rivers.
Professor receives award for pioneering research in transportation engineering.