The presence of just a few autonomous vehicles can eliminate the stop-and-go driving of the human drivers in traffic, along with the accident risk and fuel inefficiency it causes, according to new research.
Over 200 first-graders from Sangamon Elementary School visited the crane bay for Shakes and Quakes, an event that introduced them to some basics of engineering.
Student asks, what would it take to switch the majority of Illinois transportation to electrical power, given the limitations of existing power infrastructure?
CEE donors to endowed scholarship funds now can double the impact of their gifts, thanks to a pledge by The Grainger Foundation.
Anil K. Chopra delivered the 2016/2017 Newmark Distinguished Lecture on Monday, May 1, 2017, in the NCSA Auditorium.
A statue celebrating women in engineering was recently installed on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus.
Professor Gary Parker one of 84 new members elected to the National Academy of Sciences for 2017.
CEE at Illinois alumna Ann-Perry Witmer (BS 02, MS 16) receives the Illinois International Graduate Achievement Award.
New research ties national crop insurance program to increased irrigation, further depleting groundwater resources.
Workshop focused on introducing female undergraduate students to civil and environmental engineering graduate education and research opportunities will take place in September, 2017.
Wilbur C. Milhouse III (BS 94, MS 95) will be the 2017 College of Engineering convocation speaker.
Professor Yanfeng Ouyang has been named the George Krambles Endowed Professor in Rail and Public Transit.
The 2017 U.S. News & World Report rankings place the department's civil and environmental engineering programs at number two in the nation.
Ryan Hazelwood's only visit to campus took place in December 2016, when he graduated with his M.S. in the CEE Online program.
CEE at Illinois alumnus Mickey Kupperman will be presented with the Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Engineering on April 1, 2017.
Researchers study current relationships between hydropower and irrigation in a global context, and the potential impact of changes in key climatic variables.
Associate Professor Larry Fahnestock has received one of the 2017 Dean’s Awards for Excellence in Research.