Geomatics Engineering

June 8, 2021

Purdue group receives 2021 Sussman Best Paper Prize

Students Sania Seilabi & Amir Davatgari, post-doctoral researcher Mohammad Miralinaghi, and Professor Samuel Labi of the Lyles School of Civil Engineering and the Center for Connected & Automated Transportation (CCAT), received the 2021 Sussman Best Paper Prize from the Frontiers in the Built Environment journal, for their paper titled "Promoting Autonomous Vehicles Using Travel Demand and Lane Management Strategies."
June 8, 2021

Brandon Hardin named to Conexus Rising 30

Brandon Hardin (BSCE'17, MSCE'19) is among six Purdue College of Engineering alumni that have been selected for the inaugural Conexus Rising 30 cohort. Presented by Conexus Indiana, Rising 30 honors advanced manufacturing and logistics' emerging leaders — building a prestigious community of young professionals celebrated for their extraordinary talent and innovative thinking early in their career.
June 2, 2021

CE students recognized by ASCE Indiana

Congratulations to Michelle Ericksen, Jacan Habersetzer, Mackenzie Henson, and Lillian Schmidt for being recognized as 2021 student award winners by the Indiana section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
May 28, 2021

Mohammad Miralinaghi receives ASCE'S Karlaftis Best Paper Award

Dr. Mohammad Miralinaghi, a post-doctoral researcher in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering and researcher at the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) has been recognized with the 2020 Matthew G. Karlaftis Best Paper Award.
May 27, 2021

Concrete research brings new solutions for old problems

Self-curing concrete, self-healing roads, and concrete that reduces the global carbon footprint. Purdue University engineers are looking at new ways to pave roads, ways to extend the life of roads and ways to make roadwork less resource- and carbon-intensive.
May 7, 2021

Smart, connected testing for resilient, sustainable infrastructure

Professor Shirley Dyke is using real-time hybrid simulation (RTHS) to measure what's happening in the physical specimen and feed the data into a computer model, which, in turn, feeds back commands from the numerically modeled part of the structure into actuators that drive a physical specimen.
April 25, 2021

ACS PEI: CE’s Feng is PI on CAV safety project through USDOT

Purdue University is a partner in a $9.95M U.S. Department of Transportation project aimed at demonstrating the safety and mobility potentials of a next-generation traffic control system. Called “smart intersections,” the technology is capable of gathering and transmitting information in real time to connected and automated vehicles (CAVs).
April 24, 2021

Nadia Gkritza recognized as University Faculty Scholar

Konstantina (Nadia) Gkritza, Professor of Civil Engineering and Agricultural and Biological Engineering, has been recognized as a Purdue University Faculty Scholar. The University Faculty Scholars Program recognizes outstanding mid-career faculty who are on an accelerated path for academic distinction.
April 24, 2021

CE faculty, grad student recognized for exceptional efforts in teaching & instructional support during pandemic

The Teaching Academy and Office of the Provost at Purdue are celebrating 241 individuals and teams of faculty, instructors, staff and graduate students who have been selected by their academic or administrative unit for the Award for Exceptional Teaching and Instructional Support during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Among those recognized are Inez Hua, Abhishek Goyal, Chad Jafvert, Garrett Jeong, Jinha Jung, Marika Santagata, & Mirian Velay-Lizancos.
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