Turning carbon into concrete could win UCLA team a climate victory — and $7.5 million.
California Energy Commission awards $3.5 million research grant on seismic risks to natural gas infrastructure to UCLA
The California Energy Commission has just awarded $3.5 million research contract to UCLA to study seismic risk to the state’s natural gas infrastructure.
Shaily Mahendra, UCLA Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor and Samueli Fellow, receives the 2019 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from American Society of Civil Engineers. She is recognized for pioneering the application of enzyme-nanoparticle...
Xiaoyu (Rayne) Zheng, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has received the 2019 Young Faculty Award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the U.S. Department of Defense.
CEE Ph.D. student Desheng Yao won 1st Place at the Graduate Student Poster Competition at the MS&T Conference October 1, 2019 in Portland, Oregon.
A team of UCLA engineers, including C.E.E. professors Mathieu Bauchy and Gaurav Sant, has received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop 3D-printed concrete that incorporates carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, as part of a binder.
Jenny Jay, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was one of six professors to receive the Chancellor’s Award for community-engaged research.
Q & A with Prof. Jonathan Stewart about what his team learned in the aftermath of the Ridgecrest earthquakes. A day after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake on July 4 rattled Southern California, a small team of UCLA Civil and Environmental Engineering earthquake engineers and scientists was already near its epicenter, in Ridgecrest, California, gathering time-sensitive data. The team is part of the Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association, which is supported by the National Science Foundation. The initial seven-member team was organized by Jonathan Stewart, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UCLA.
Professor Jennifer Jay, doctoral student Megyn Rugh, and the Jay Research Group are wiping out gnarly bacteria in oceans with the help of local surfers.