Environmental engineering PhD student Nicollette Laroco has been selected as a winner of a 2019 Fulbright Scholarship, one of the highest honors given to graduate students in the civilian research sector.
Assistant Professor Joseph Kasprzyk, working alongside Associate Professor Lisa Dilling of CU’s Environmental Studies Program and Rebecca Smith of the Bureau of Reclamation, researched the potential for water agencies to use multi-objective evolutionary algorithms (MOEAs) to enhance their long-term planning. Their research was recently published in the journal Environmental Modelling and Software.
A new and unique high-resolution X-ray microtomography imaging system at the college will enhance research, not only in engineering, but in the fields of archaeology, geology and medicine across campus and the Rocky Mountain region.
Professor JoAnn Silverstein has been awarded the 2019 Perry L. McCarty AEESP Founders’ Award, while Professor Karl G. Linden was selected to receive the 2019 Walter J. Weber Jr. AEESP Frontier in Research Award.
The 2019 CU Engineering Projects Expo will showcase hands-on engineering capstone design projects of over 130 teams on April 26. Engineering seniors and graduate students are sponsored by industry partners, CU Boulder faculty members or have developed their own entrepreneurial ideas.
The “RamSlayers” earned their name this week in a heavy civil competition hosted by the Colorado Contractors Association. The team of senior civil engineering majors beat out teams from Colorado State University – home of the Rams – and CSU Pueblo to take home the overall trophy and bragging rights,...
Jeff Martin (CivEngr’99) returned to campus recently to speak to Professor Angela Bielefeldt’s Introduction to Civil Engineering and Professional Issues classes about the importance of designing solutions that benefit society. Martin is the project manager for the Gross Reservoir Expansion , a $464 million Denver Water project to expand storage...