In the aftermath of earthquakes, assessing the structural integrity of reinforced concrete buildings persists as a significant problem around the world. UW CEE researchers are working to advance newer data collection and analysis methods that promise to enhance both precision and speed of damage assessment.
CEE Ph.D. student William Pollock will soon release a first-of-its-kind map that predicts landslide risk throughout the city.
This spring, instructor Julian Yamaura was presented with a new type of engineering challenge — moving hands-on labs online due to COVID-19.
Information about the role that waves play in the changing Arctic's coastline is rolling in after UW CEE researchers spent a month at sea collecting data, which they hope will improve the accuracy of climate models.
To improve water quality while saving space, energy and costs, CEE researchers break ground on an innovative wastewater treatment system.
In the Grand Challenges Impact Lab, engineering students like Cristina Lopez, ’19, worked in India to address real-world problems and increase their cultural awareness.