Science & Engineering Hall


This 500,000 square foot, state-of-the-art building is the home of SEAS research and education in biomedical engineering, cybersecurity, high-performance computing, nanotechnologies, robotics, and many other fields.   Find out more

Research Areas

Graduate

 

Faculty and students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering conduct research that aims to: improve access across the globe to clean water; unsnarl traffic congestion; help design intelligent transportation systems; improve the crash-worthiness of cars, including electric vehicles; and design bridges that are more earthquake-resistant. The department's research areas are: