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 Berkeley News — 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08/19/20 Popular Science — Our grid is outdated, run down and vulnerable to climate change, says Berkeley electrical engineer Alexandra von Meier; microgrids are one potential solution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
10/25/19 — More than 18 million people in the United States are at risk from water pipes that leach lead. Now, researchers led by civil and environmental engineering professor Ashok Gadgil have devised a novel solution to this problem.
10/15/19 San Francisco Chronicle — Jack Moehle, professor of structural engineering, comments on the safety of towers that have transformed San Francisco's skyline over the past decade.
08/21/19 Los Angeles Magazine — Traffic apps, like Waze, turned L.A. neighborhoods into "shortcuts." Los Angeles Magazine recently spoke to UC Berkeley's Alex Bayen and Susan Shaeen about how we got here and whether this trend can be reversed.
06/19/19 — Berkeley Engineering researchers suggest that emergency management agencies and local relief organizations should leverage Airbnb, Lyft, Uber and private citizens to ensure equity in emergency evacuations.
05/17/19 PEER — The California Energy Commission awarded a $4.9 million grant to the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center on May 15 to improve the seismic risk assessment of natural gas storage and pipeline infrastructure.