01/24/24 — ASCE: Debuting nationwide Feb. 16, IMAX movie gives a glimpse into what the urban landscape may look like in 2070
10/24/23 — Distinguished CEE professor's technological innovations have profoundly benefited low-resource communities worldwide
09/29/23 — IEOR: Javad Lavaei’s pioneering project is poised to transform the design of learning-enabled, safety-critical systems
05/17/23 — As California moves toward an electric vehicle future, professor Scott Moura is creating a smart charging system that promotes grid stability.
05/17/23 — A device from Gridware, founded by engineering alums, uses harmonics from power poles to evaluate grid integrity and hazard risks.
06/22/22 — Remains the largest multidirectional earthquake simulator in the US
01/21/22 — Kicking off Season 2 of the Berkeley Voices podcast, water engineer David Sedlak explains how ever-thirstier California can fight back against climate change by learning to recycle the water we use
11/01/21 — Engineers and utility partner to address most urgent infrastructure challenges of the century
09/21/21 — Adda Athanasopoulos-Zekkos, associate professor of civil engineering and co-leader of an NSF-funded geotechnical reconnaissance team that traveled to Louisiana, shares her observations about the impact of Hurricane Ida
09/20/21 — The four-year grant to the SimCenter supports research to understand and quantify the effects of natural hazards on buildings, lifelines and communities.
08/26/21 — National Institute of Standards and Technology investigation leaders include CEE alumni Judith Mitrani-Reiser and Glenn Bell and professor Jack Moehle
08/18/21 — Civil engineering professor Khalid Mosalam used 3-D modeling and simulations to assess the tragic collapse of a high-rise Florida condominium for a Washington Post investigation.
04/26/21 — Professor Kenichi Soga’s advanced sensor technology could change the way we monitor infrastructure, agriculture and other complex systems.
04/26/21 — Professor Marta González discusses how the pandemic and climate change are affecting urban areas.
10/29/20 — Berkeley civil engineers have developed a rapid, low-cost and effective method to test for the presence of the coronavirus in wastewater flowing through municipal sewer systems
08/19/20 Popular Science — Our grid is outdated, run down and vulnerable to climate change, says Berkeley electrical engineer Alexandra von Meier; microgrids are one potential solution
08/11/20 — Berkeley civil engineers Robert Bea and William Ibbs weigh in on cascading problems with a massive Madera County bridge over the planned route of the state's much-delayed bullet train
07/01/20 Berkeley Research — Kenichi Soga, Chancellor's Professor in civil and environmental engineering, is using fiber-optic cables to monitor structures ranging from tunnels to building foundations
03/05/20 — The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute bestowed Moehle, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, with the George W. Housner Medal
02/06/20 — Per Peterson and Paulo Monteiro are among 78 Berkeley Engineering faculty members in the National Academy of Engineering