Fall 2014

Dr. Maggioni Visits Brazilian Weather and Climate Center


Dr. Viviana Maggioni visited the Brazilian Center for Weather Forecast and Climate Studies (Centro de Previsão do Tempo e Estudos Climáticos , CPTEC) in Cachoeira Paulista, Sao Paulo. … Read More

CEIE Remote Sensing Class Visits Udvar-Hazy


CEIE 499 Remote Sensing students visited the Steven Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA, the companion facility to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC…. Read More

CEIE 3D Printing Featured in AISC’s Modern Steel Magazine


Visualizing the design and construction of civil infrastructure is a notorious problem for engineers. Undergraduate Jeff Bynum and his advisor, Dr. David Lattanzi, have been developing new ways of addressing this challenge… Read More

Dr. Tanyu Recognized by International Geosynthetics Society

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Dr. Tanyu has been recognized by the International Geosynthetics Society for his journal article “Laboratory Evaluation of Geocell-Reinforced Gravel Subbase Over Poor Subgrades”. … Read More

CEIE Students Put Green Energy to Work on Campus

Engineering students work with the Office of Sustainability to build a solar panel power charging station on campus.

CEIE students Chris Dolan, Bryan Steckler, and Stanley Bonta joined with seven electrical engineerring students this summer to build a solar-powered, outdoor, covered work station for students. … Read More

Deborah Goodings Appointed to National Academies Board

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Dr. Deborah Goodings has been appointed to serve on the National Academies/National Research Council Board on Earth Sciences and Resources (BESR). … Read More

Undergraduate Researchers in Fall 2014


Five civil engineering students have been awarded $1500 grants to pursue research under the GMU Undergraduate Research Scholars Program…. Read More

CEIE Welcomes Dr. Anthony Battistini

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Dr. Anthony Battistini joined the CEIE Department in fall, 2014, adding another member to the structural engineering faculty. … Read More