ESPOL visit

Visit aims to expand research collaborations between CU Engineering, Ecuadorian university

July 8, 2019

Keith Molenaar, associate dean for research in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, recently visited the Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL) in Guayaquil, Ecuador, to discuss expanding the collaboration between the two universities.

Diane McKnight

‘Science Friday’ highlights Antarctic hydrology research by two CU Boulder engineers

June 26, 2019

Professors Diane McKnight and Michael Gooseff work alongside a group of scientists called the McMurdo Dry Valleys Long-Term Ecological Research group (LTER), which maintains the longest continuously collected stream flow dataset in Antarctica.

Karl Linden

Linden receives Water Research Foundation’s innovation award

June 25, 2019

Professor awarded the 2019 Dr. Pankaj Parekh Research Innovation Award from the Water Research Foundation at the American Water Works Association Annual Conference in Denver in June.

Angela Bielefeldt

Professor Bielefeldt Appointed Director of the Engineering Plus Program

June 10, 2019

Professor Angela Bielefeldt will serve as the new director of the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s Engineering Plus program beginning July 1, 2019.

Jana Milford

Milford reappointed to governor’s air quality commission

June 4, 2019

Professor was recently appointed by Governor Jared Polis to a third three-year term on the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission, which oversees air quality regulations for the state.

Evan Thomas

Engineers deliver water filters, cookstoves to improve health in Rwanda

June 4, 2019

A large-scale program to deliver water filters and portable biomass-burning cookstoves to Rwandan homes reduced the prevalence of reported diarrhea and acute respiratory infection in children under 5 years old by 29% and 25%, respectively, according to new findings published today in the journal PLOS Medicine.

Wil Srubar

Podcast: Professor Will Srubar - "We're essentially creating a new discipline in my lab."

May 30, 2019

Wil Srubar is an assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering here at C.U. Guided by the tenets of industrial ecology, his team's collective vision is to engineer next-generation infrastructure materials by blurring the boundaries between the built environment and the natural world. Materials of current interest include biodegradable polymers, phase-change materials, recycled aggregate concrete, and natural-fiber composites for green building applications.

Evan Thomas

Podcast: "Tangible impact in real terms" - Evan Thomas

May 23, 2019

Listen to Evan Thomas podcast as he talks about about his position as Mortenson Center director.

ZEISS Xradia 520 Versa

CU Boulder gets new state-of-the-art imaging system

May 17, 2019

Srubar won a $1 million National Science Foundation grant with his colleagues associate professor Virginia Ferguson, assistant professor Mija Hubler, and professors Robert McLeod and Stephanie Bryant to acquire a new machine that will allow researchers to see materials in 4D.

HDBE team photo

Post-Disaster Shelter Project Highlights Importance of Social Factors in Engineering

May 16, 2019

Associate Professor Amy Javernick-Will will serve as the principal investigator on a research project that aims to improve community capacity to rebuild with safer design and construction practices after disasters.

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