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- February 09, 2021
Kiremidjian Elected to National Academy of Engineers
- Faculty, Awards
- January 14, 2021
Stanford researchers find installing piped water near homes promotes gender equality and improves well-being in rural Zambia
- New Stanford research finds installing piped water in rural Zambian homes frees up time in the daily lives of women and girls, promoting economic growth and food security.
- Faculty, Infrastructure, Water
- October 22, 2020
Stanford’s Virtual Design and Construction Program Advances Knowledge and Practice
- Technological innovation is transforming the construction industry, with advances impacting the way builders design, build, and even operate buildings.
- October 09, 2020
Professor Jeffrey Koseff joins the ranks of the Academy Fellows in the California Academy of Sciences
- The Academy Fellows is a governing group of more than 450 distinguished scientists and other leaders who have made notable contributions to science.
- October 06, 2020
Anne Kiremidjian Appointed to the C.L Peck Professorship
- Anne Kiremidjian has been appointed as the next C.L. Peck, Class of 1906 Professor in the School of Engineering.
- July 15, 2020
A water expert discusses a dramatic shift in federal oversight
- Federal regulators have moved to delay assessment and action on chemicals that could contaminate drinking water. Richard Luthy explains the ramifications.
- Water, Faculty, Infrastructure
- June 25, 2020
Mirshekari and Noh win 1st place for ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Paper
- CEE Postdoc Mostafa Mirshekari and Associate Professor Hae Young Noh's paper won the 1st place for the best student paper competition by ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI)
- Awards, Staff, Faculty
- June 08, 2020
Stanford researchers design a more efficient and affordable desalination process
- A new device capable of turning desalination waste into commercially valuable chemicals could make the process cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
- Water, Infrastructure, Faculty
- June 02, 2020
How do we measure the economic fallout from earthquakes?
- A new study looks beyond deaths and property damages to show how a region’s poorest residents would have the greatest difficulty recovering from a disaster.
- Faculty, Infrastructure, Cities
- May 11, 2020
Less water could sustain more Californians if we make every drop count
- As climate change and population growth make drinking water costlier, here are six strategies to quench the state’s thirst without busting its budget.
- In the News, Water, Infrastructure
- April 27, 2020
New approach to managing risk of earthquakes triggered by fracking
- Earthquakes caused by hydraulic fracturing can damage property and endanger lives. Stanford researchers have developed guidelines to slow fracking operations based on local risks.
- In the News, Faculty, Infrastructure
- April 22, 2020
Extreme Energy Efficiency - Immersive Spring break CEE course goes online
- Some 40 students head to snowy Colorado each spring break to study extreme energy efficiency. This March, the class had to swap Rocky Mountain scenery for all-day Zoom sessions.
- Faculty, Students, Announcements
- April 20, 2020
A more holistic way to measure the economic fallout from earthquakes
- A new study describes the first way to estimate the greater financial fallout that the earthquake would have, especially on the poor.
- In the News, Infrastructure, Cities