Civil, Architectural and Environmental

Civil, Architectural and Environmental

Engineers on the World Cup’s new tech

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 features remarkable advances in sports engineering.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/11/engineers-on-the-world-cups-new-tech.html

Engineers on the World Cup’s new tech

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 features remarkable advances in sports engineering.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/11/engineers-on-the-world-cups-new-tech.html


Civil, Architectural and Environmental

FICEM Partners with Miami Engineering to Tackle Cement and Concrete Industry Emissions

Leaders from academia and the cement and concrete industry join forces.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/10/ficem-partners-with-miami-engineering-to-tackle-cement-and-concrete-industry-emissions.html

FICEM Partners with Miami Engineering to Tackle Cement and Concrete Industry Emissions

Leaders from academia and the cement and concrete industry join forces.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/10/ficem-partners-with-miami-engineering-to-tackle-cement-and-concrete-industry-emissions.html


Civil, Architectural and Environmental

Faculty Spotlight: Low-cost reactivity test method developed for supplementary cementitious materials

New study shows test could aid in rapid evaluation of the feasibility of low-carbon cement substitutes in various applications.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/09/faculty-spotlight-low-cost-reactivity-test-method-developed-for-supplementary-cementitious-materials.html

Faculty Spotlight: Low-cost reactivity test method developed for supplementary cementitious materials

New study shows test could aid in rapid evaluation of the feasibility of low-carbon cement substitutes in various applications.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/09/faculty-spotlight-low-cost-reactivity-test-method-developed-for-supplementary-cementitious-materials.html


Civil, Architectural and Environmental

Sweeping Climate Bill Encourages Engineering Innovation

The Inflation Reduction Act passed by the Senate aims to meet aggressive sustainability goals. College of Engineering researchers weigh in on how this can be achieved.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2022/08/sweeping-climate-bill-encourages-engineering-innovation.html