Lehigh CEE News


Javier Buceta and Paolo Bocchini

TAKING THE GAMBLE OUT OF EBOLA OUTBREAKS

Javier Buceta and Paolo Bocchini awarded NIH grant to assess spread of disease.
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Lynn Beedle

A CENTURY LATER, BEEDLE'S LEGACY LIVES ON

The 100th birthdate of Dr. Lynn Beedle, a man known for his contagious passion for tall buildings, occurs December 7, 2017.
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Y.C. Ethan Yang

Y.C. ETHAN YANG JOINS LEHIGH CEE FACULTY

The new assistant professor of water resources engineering uses state-of-the-art modeling capabilities to help solve complex problems related to human-nature systems.
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Lehigh NHERI Site Visit

NSF PRAISES LEHIGH SHARED-USE RESEARCH FACILITY

NHERI Lehigh is 18 months into a five-year award from the National Science Foundation with the goal of improving the resiliency and sustainability of the civil infrastructure to better withstand the effects of earthquakes and other natural hazards.
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Spencer Quiel Blast Resistance

IMPROVING STRUCTURAL RESPONSE TO BLAST

Spencer Quiel works to find better ways to anaylze blast damage and design safer and more economical structures.
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Paolo Bocchini Research Outcomes

BOOSTING CONFIDENCE IN RESEARCH OUTCOMES

Paolo Bocchini and Lehigh's Probabilistic Modeling Group are shining a light on an emerging field.
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Dan Frangopol Awards

3D PRINTING FOR STRUCTURES

Clay Naito leads an interdisciplinary research project, sponsored by the Mountaintop Initiative, that's exploring the possibilities of using 3D-printed concrete members to build structures.
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2017 Undergraduate Student Awards

TOP UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ACKNOWLEDGED FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Lehigh CEE students received the Le-Wu Lu Memorial Prize, John B. Carson Prize, MOLES Scholarship, and MOLES Award.
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Lehigh CEE Graduate Students

GRADUATE STUDENT SUCCESSES 2016-17

Eight Ph.D. candidates successfully defended their doctoral dissertations this year, while another five candidates were named P.C. Rossin Doctoral Fellows.
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Matthew Yarnold Lehigh CEE

FROM BASEBALL TO BRIDGE DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT

Matthew Yarnold ‘03, ‘05G, remembers his time at Lehigh — both in the lab and on the ball field.
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Lehigh CEE Alumni in Switzerland

THE CEE-SWITZERLAND CONNECTION

Konrad Basler and Jean-Claude Badoux are two of Switzerland’s most accomplished and influential civil engineers. See how Lehigh helped start and shape their careers.
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ATLSS Researchers

THE BROADER IMPACT

Resilient infrastructure strengthens the fabric of communities. It requires imaginatoin, preparation, multi-faceted contributions, and long-range thinking. See how the faculty, researchers, and students at our ATLSS Engineering Research Center are shaping this broad area of civil engineering.
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