- Dr. Hubler received an NSF Career Award for her proposal "Mechanical Modeling of Living Building Materials for Structural Applications" (https://www.colorado.edu/mse/2022/03/22/hubler-earns-nsf-career-award-ad...)
- Ph.D. student Naiara Rodrigues and Dr. Hubler are in the process of developing an application to test concrete on construction sites (https://www.colorado.edu/engineering/2022/02/11/seed-grant-opens-researc...)
- Dr. Hubler was selected as a Faculty Fellow through the Research & Innovation Office at the University of Colorado Boulder
- Publication of "Experimental Study on Nanoparticle Injection by Using a Lab-scale Wellbore System” in Cement and Concrete Composites
- Dr. Hubler is working with Al Weimer and others on repurposing carbon products from fuel sources into concrete bricks in hopes to reduce pollution and create stronger, more long-lasting materials (https://www.colorado.edu/mse/2021/08/25/carbon-capture-doe-funded-projec...)
- Publication of “Working with Randomness: A Perspective on Using Spatial Statistics to Engineer the Mechanics of Heterogenous Materials” in Mechanics Research Communications
- Awarded Prometheus Materials/SOM grant, "Algae-grown Engineered Living Reinforced Concrete"
- Seminar on "Using Spatial Statistics to Engineer the Mechanics of Heterogenous Materials" at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities
- Publication of “Experimental Study on Nanoparticle Injection Technology for Remediating Leaks of Gas Storage and Transportation” in Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering
- DARPA grant, "Programmable Resurrection of Materials Engineered To Heal Exponentially Using Switches" extended funding to 2023
- Sannidhya Gosh graduated
- Publication of "Numerical Modeling of the Injection of Nanoparticles in Saturated Cementitious Material by Electromigration” in Journal of Engineering Mechanics
- Awarded ARPA-E grant, "Testing and Analysis of Pipeline Encapsulation Technologies"
- Publication of "Engineering Living Building Materials (LBMs) towards Enhanced Bacterial Viability and Mechanical Properties” in iScience