GMU CEIE is a rapidly growing Civil Engineering Department in Northern Virginia offering certificates, undergraduate, and graduate degrees in land development, transportation, construction, structures, and environmental disciplines.
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Congratulations to CEIE's Dr. David Lattanzi!
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VSE's annual Ice Cream Social will be held Wednesday, September 5, 2018 from 2-4pm in the Engineering Building Atrium. Tickets are required and can be obtained from the Dean's office or from any VSE department.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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In the May 17, 2018 George edition, "Sixth sibling to graduate from Mason after completing EIP" and at least on of the siblings, Ramon Roque, is a CEIE graduate. Congratulations to Ramon, his siblings and also the parents! More information here: https://www2.gmu.edu/news/512641
Here is our May/August class photo. Looking good CEIE graduates!
Apparently, this is what I get out of CEIE340 GMU Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering :)
The ASCE Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe Competitions (as well as other competitions such as the Hardy Cross Oratory Competition - last year we won first place and rights to the big traveling cup on display in the office) will take place this Friday and Saturday in Washington DC.
Here are the details:
Event: Steel Bridge (Friday, March 23rd)
Location: DuFour Center, Catholic Univ.
Address: 600 Taylor St. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Time: 7am-4pm (GMU build time TBD)
Event: Concrete Canoe (Saturday, March 24th)
Location: Fletcher's Cove Boathouse, Georgetown
Address: 4940 Canal Road NW, Washington, DC 20007
Time: 10am-4pm (GMU race time TBD)
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Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) and the Virginia Tech Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) chapter is co-hosting a women’s history month event (free) with the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) on March 13, 2018. The event will take place at the USDOT Headquarters in Washington, DC. The focus for this year’s event is Celebrating Women in Transportation – Land, Air, and Sea (see website for more details about the event agenda: https://www.vtti.vt.edu/wts.vt.2018/).
· Elaine Chao, the Secretary of Transportation will be speaking
· Mentoring session with lunch provided (register on-line)
· Breakout session - Successfully Entering the Transportation Workforce with Q&A
Mason’s steel bridge team conducts demonstration build for 900 middle and high school students as part of Masons Engineering Youth Conference
Excellent work EfID!
February 17-23 is Engineers Week! Here are the details.
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Congratulations to CEIE Ph.D. student Mr. Benjamin Atsem who received a prestigious Dwight D Eisenhower Transportation Graduate Fellowship for 2017. The award is administered by the Universities and Grants Programs of the US DOT's Center for Transportation Workforce Development. Mr. Atsem is pursuing his doctoral research in transportation engineering with CEIE faculty Dr. Mohan Venigalla. Mr. Atsem is expected to graduate with Ph.D. in May 2019.
Here is the Fall 2017 CEIE class photo.
Dr. Girum Urgessa was a Keynote Speaker at an International Conference.
Dr. Girum Urgessa delivered a keynote speech on blast/impact response of structures at the 19th Symposium of Operational Applications in Areas of Defense (SIGE) in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. This international event was sponsored by the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), which is supported by the Brazilian Air Force. The event featured speakers from USA, Brazil, England, Sweden and South Africa. During his stay in Brazil, Dr. Urgessa also taught a short course on structural dynamics with emphasis on impulsive loadings.
Prof. Liza Wilson Durant, Faculty Advisor for ASCE and Stephen Kloecker, Captain of Concrete Canoe Team say a BIG THANK YOU to @GeorgeMasonU FACILITIES and Steven Pulis for providing a new home for concrete canoe! Go Mason Civil Engineers!
Dr. Girum Urgessa has been named one of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) 2017-2018 Faculty Research Grantees. The center provides $4,500 grants for faculty and research fellows at George Mason University who are engaged in research on a priority topic of the center. The grants encourage multi-disciplinary approaches to issues in development and support the center’s mission of stronger connections and collaboration between George Mason and the real estate industry.
Dr. Urgessa’s research interests include dynamic response of structures subjected to extreme loads (blast and impact), the use of fiber reinforced polymer composites in structural design and retrofit applications, and structural stability of temporary structures. Dr. Urgessa is a licensed professional engineer. The CREE grant will support Dr. Urgessa’s research on new cement products and applications that provide better resilience, durability and safety for concrete structures.
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Congratulations to CEIE's Dr. David Lattanzi for being featured in ASCE's Civil Engineering magazine (September 2017e., pgs. 54-55) regarding his valuable input in The New Reality by Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D. who states that "virtual reality, design automation, and robotic construction are poised to revolutionize the way that engineers go about designing, constructing, and monitoring infrastructure projects."
More information about Dr. Lattanzi can be found here: http://civil.gmu.edu/people/david-lattanzi
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The September 2017 edition of PRISM magazine highlights Mason: The Future of Engineering is Here.
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Dr. Celso Ferreira and Mason Flood Hazards Research Lab students discuss their important research.
George Mason University Flood Hazards Research Lab Bria Lloyd reporting on the 2017 Hurricane Season as she takes a tour inside the GMU Flood Hazards Research Lab to speak with Dr. Celso Ferreira and his stud...
Dr. Celso Ferreira's 1st class of the fall semester - what a great way to learn about water resource engineering!
What a great first day of class..... Outstanding CEIE 340 students braving the rain to learn more about water resources engineering GMU Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering George Mason University
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Mason will co-host the 16th International Congress on Polymers in Concrete
George Mason University and the University of New Mexico are jointly organizing the 16th International Congress on Polymers in Concrete. The conference will be held at the legendary Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, D.C. from April 29 to May 1, 2018. Dr. Girum Urgessa is co-chairing the conference with Dr. Mahmoud Reda Taha, a Fellow of the American Concrete Institute. The conference reception and dinner will be hosted at the Fairfax campus of George Mason University and features Dr. David Fowler, a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a pioneer in the development and application of concrete-polymer materials. The conference is co-sponsored by major national and international organizations including ASCE, ACI, and RILEM. Approximately 150 participants are expected to attend the conference.
We have multiple sponsorship opportunities for companies. The support we are continuing to receive from local and national sponsors is critical for the success of the conference. Please visit the conference webpage at http://icpic2018.unm.edu/ for a list of current sponsors and sponsorship packages. Questions can be directed to Girum Urgessa at [email protected] or (703) 993-1658.
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