- 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
- January 08, 2020
A study shows how the humble mealworm can help solve some big problems
- “This is definitely not what we expected to see,” said one of the researchers.
- Infrastructure, In the News, Staff
- July 05, 2019
Tiny tweak could steer wind power in the right direction
- On a working wind farm, researchers show that angling turbines slightly away from the wind can boost overall energy produced and even out the otherwise variable supply.
- Energy, Infrastructure, Cities
- December 21, 2018
11 CEE Grad Students Honored in 2018 Big Earth Water Hackathon
- Water, Awards, Students
- August 16, 2018
A new aerial technique maps coral reefs with unprecedented precision
- The use of drones and algorithms could equip scientists to more accurately model and predict how water flow, wave action and temperature affect the health of our oceans and planet.
- Water, In the News, Faculty
- March 06, 2017
Two CEE staff win School of Engineering Staff Service Awards
- Staff, Awards
- September 16, 2016
How do wave dynamics and water flows affect coral reefs?
- Understanding what aids or degrades these sensitive ecosystems can help focus conservation efforts on the reefs most likely to survive climate change.
- Water, In the News, Staff
- August 17, 2016
Engineers invent a device that purifies water quickly using sun power
- Special materials, arranged in a nanoscale maze, use light to spur chemical reactions that kill bacteria faster and use far less energy than existing techniques.
- Water, Public Health, In the News
- April 04, 2016
Stanford's Codiga Resource Recovery Center to open in May
- The new Codiga Resource Recovery Center could revolutionize the 100-year-old wastewater treatment paradigm while it helps accelerate the commercialization of promising new technolo
- Water, Energy, Infrastructure
- September 30, 2015
Plastic-eating worms may offer solution to mounting waste, Stanford researchers discover
- An ongoing study by Stanford engineers, in collaboration with researchers in China, shows that common mealworms can safely biodegrade various types of plastic.
- In the News, Faculty, Staff
- May 11, 2015
Stanford researchers create a promising solution for urban toilets in Haiti and elsewhere
- Portable dry toilet and waste service system prove effective in Haiti's urban slums and can help solve the problem of "flying toilets."
- Public Health, Infrastructure, In the News