Science communication workshop expands to southeast, invites 2 CEE grad students

Ph.D. students Emily Sanders and Aaron Bivins, who have been invited to ComSciCon Atlanta, a new conference in the southeast that aims to help graduate students improve their skills at communicating their scientific work to the general public.

A Harvard University workshop that teaches graduate students how to communicate about their scientific work comes to Atlanta in 2018 — and two of the 50 students picked to attend come from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Tien wins NSF funding to improve reliability of our interdependent infrastructure

The National Science Foundation has awarded Iris Tien $499,920 for a three-year project that will develop new computer models of infrastructure systems and the connections between them. The idea is to create a model that can be used for any infrastructure system — water, power, transportation, or communications, for example — and takes into account each component of the system as well as how the system interacts with other infrastructure.

Thursday, September 17, 2015
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