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Thomas Sherman and Daniel Vassallo

Notre Dame Engineering graduates make Forbes ‘30 Under 30’ list for 2022

Two recent Notre Dame graduates who launched a startup business focused on renewable energy collaboration have been named to Forbes ‘30 Under 30’ list for 2022. The annual list features "inspiring and aspiring young movers and makers out to change the world." Thomas Sherman and Daniel …

New research grants awarded to CEEES faculty

Congratulations to CEEES faculty who have brought in significant new research grants in the first quarter of this fiscal year (July – September). Melissa Berke – National Science Foundation – MRI: Acquisition of a Normal Phase Single Quadrupole High Performance Liquid Chromatography …

Fog moves in as the research vessel Hugh R. Sharp departs St. John's Harbor in Newfoundland, Canada

Data from months in a fog paint a clearer picture for future forecasts

Fog is one of the least predictable weather phenomena. It doesn’t matter if it comes in on the “little cat feet” of poetry or rolls down the coastline like a locomotive. Fog can stymie daily life, affecting communication, transportation, and defense. “A better understanding of how and …

Rob Nerenberg and Yanina Nahum

Improving therapies for people with cystic fibrosis using the bioacoustic effect

Professors Robert Nerenberg and Albert Cerrone, both faculty in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at Notre Dame, are developing ways to improve the health and quality of life for people with cystic fibrosis, the genetic disease that can cause persistent lung infections and …

Row of houses in South Bend

Minding the (housing) gap

Each summer, Notre Dame’s Center for Civic Innovation (CCI), part of the College of Engineering, operates an internship program in partnership with local governments and organizations in South Bend and Elkhart aimed at understanding and addressing some of the region’s most pressing issues, …

Fernando in front of LIDAR

Harindra Joseph Fernando elected as Fellow of the American Geophysical Union

Harindra Joseph Fernando, the Wayne and Diana Murdy Endowed Professor of Engineering and Geosciences, has been elected …

Prof. Kurama pointing to a break in a concrete beam with students in the background.

Article co-authored by Prof. Kurama wins Korn Award for advancement of precast prestressed concrete technology

A journal article by Yahya C. Kurama, professor of civil and environmental engineering and earth sciences; Theresa C. …

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Ahsan Kareem receives 2021 ASCE Newmark Medal for innovative contributions in structural engineering and engineering mechanics

Ahsan Kareem, Robert Moran Professor of Engineering and director of the NatHaz (Natural Hazards) Laboratory, has been …

Patrick Brewick and Luis Fargier-Gabaldon

CEEES welcomes two new faculty in fall 2021

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences is delighted to welcome two new members of …

Liang Hu and Ahsan Kareem

Liang Hu recognized by IAWE for outstanding achievements in wind engineering research

Liang Hu has been awarded the 2021 International (IAWE) Junior Award from the International Association for Wind …