Seminars

Fall 2022

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar Series is an excellent opportunity to learn about exciting projects in the field. Seminars include research and practical topics and are given by alumni, professionals, and academics working in the fields of civil and environmental engineering.

Unless listed otherwise, all Civil and Environmental Engineering seminars are held in-person in Robinson Hall, Room 253.

September 16, 2022
"What the Library Can Do for You"
David Fristrom - Tufts Library

September 23, 2022
Seismic Cycles and Earthquake Statistics on Heterogeneous Faults
Camilla Cattania - MIT-EAPS

September 30, 2022
Biomaterials for Boosting Food Security
Benedetto Marelli – MIT

October 7, 2022
TBA
Brent Minchew - MIT-EAPS

October 14, 2022
CEE PhD Students Present Current Research

October 21, 2022
"Senseable Cities for Sustainable Urban Development"
Paolo Santi - MIT-Senseable City Lab - 12:00 PM

October 28, 2022
"Life-cycle Cost Analysis against Stationary and Non-Stationary Winds"
Luca Caracoglia -
Northeastern University - 12:00 PM

November 4, 2022
"Adaptive and Deployable Lightweight Civil Infrastructure"
Ann C. Sychterz - University of Illinois - 12:00 PM

November 18, 2022
Predicting How the Ground Moves: Advancements to Earthquake Site Response Estimation
James Kaklamanos - Merrimack University

December 2, 2022
TBA
Katia Bertoldi - Harvard University

December 9, 2022
TBA
Andrew Kemp - Tufts University, Earth and Ocean Sciences