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An expert on the anticipated environmental impact of self-driving cars, Assistant Professor Don MacKenzie’s research was featured in The New York Times and more than 500 other news outlets.
Ph.D. student Ruimin Ke, from the STAR Lab, was featured on KIRO 7 for his work on a collision avoidance project, which warns bus drivers when cars, pedestrians and cyclists get dangerously close.
A new center for air pollution research, co-directed by UW CEE Professor Julian Marshall, is funded by a $10 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency.
CEE Associate Professor Faisal Hossain’s research on the missed potential for hydropower is featured in the May 2016 edition of the ASCE Civil Engineering Magazine.
Anne Goodchild, CEE Faculty and Academic Director of the SCTL Master's Program, and Bill Keough, SCTL Managing Director, explore new research-based strategies.
CEE is pleased to welcome Barbara Ivanov as the Chief Operating Officer of the new Supply Chain and Transportation Logistics Center at the University of Washington!