The Center for Computer Aided Design (CCAD) is a multidisciplinary research center within the University of Iowa College of Engineering that conducts basic and applied research in computer modeling and simulation.
Gabriele Villarini, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and associate faculty research engineer at IIHR--Hydroscience & Engineering, is recipient of the 2017 Water Young Investigator Award.
The graduating class of 2017 has recognized 74 College of Engineering faculty and staff members among University of Iowa faculty and staff for making a positive difference in their lives during their time at the university.
The list was published May 3 by the Daily Iowan.
The College of Engineering will host about 40 alumni and friends April 29 as part of the university's celebration of the successful conclusion to the Iowa Forever More campaign.
The Saturday event will begin with a special 9:00 a.m. brunch that will be served at the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences.
This week, the University of Iowa and College of Engineering will celebrate generous UI donors with an annual series of campus-wide events highlighting the impact of their philanthropy -- PHIL -- and raising awareness on campus about the importance of private support in the university.
The Iowa Board of Regents has approved a new Bachelor’s of Science Engineering (BSE) degree in environmental engineering for the University of Iowa. The degree will be the first environmental engineering bachelor’s degree program in Iowa.
Charlie Catlett, senior computer scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy scientific research laboratory, will deliver a special technical a lecture on "Measuring Cities: New Opportunities for Embedded Systems and Data Analytics" at 1:30 p.m. April 17 in Stanley Auditorium, 1505 Seamans Center.
A paper by Kathryn Klarich, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow in the University of Iowa Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was the most read papers during the month of April in Environmental Science and Technology (ES&T) Letters (http://pubs.
The Washington D.C. Post reports that on Wednesday, a team of chemists and engineers at the U.S. Geological Survey and University of Iowa reported that they found neonicotinoids in treated drinking water.
“Engineering in Ergonomics” will be the subject of the 2017 Paul D. Scholz Symposium on Technology and its Role in Society to be held from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Thursday, April 6, at W10 Pappajohn Business Building.
Seven College of Engineering faculty members and a distinguished alumnus of the college are featured in the 2017 edition of the DARE to Discover banner campaign, created by the UI Office of Research and Economic Development to showcase researchers, scholars, and creators from across the University of Iowa, including a series of banners throughou
The Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette reports that Iowa has more than 70 sensors deployed this year on streams and rivers across the state that measure nitrate loads and concentration so observers can tell whether water treatment plant upgrades, wetland improvements and agricultural conservation practices are working to reduce pollution.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has appointed University of Iowa College of Engineering distinguished alumnus and deputy environment minister Marcelo Mena-Carrasco (MS 2003, PhD 2007 civil and environmental engineering) as the new minister of the environment, following the resignation of Pablo