FIU engineer explains complexity of investigation into Surfside condo collapse – how changes in local design philosophies, inspection and maintenance practices are likely.

FIU engineer explains complexity of investigation into Surfside condo collapse – how changes in local design philosophies, inspection and maintenance practices are likely.

As search and rescue teams from all over the world continue to work around the clock at the site of last week’s deadly collapse of a Surfside condominium, local government officials and investigators remain steadfast in determining what exactly caused the cataclysmic...
Civil and biomedical engineering students receive prestigious Cuban American scholarships to pursue graduate degrees

Civil and biomedical engineering students receive prestigious Cuban American scholarships to pursue graduate degrees

Three recent College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) graduates—two in civil engineering and the third in biomedical engineering—have received scholarships to pursue their graduate degrees from the Association of Cuban-American Engineers (ACAE) and the...
NSF Awards FIU Professor of Construction Management  $50,000 to explore the risks of misleading Covid-19 information disseminated via social media

NSF Awards FIU Professor of Construction Management $50,000 to explore the risks of misleading Covid-19 information disseminated via social media

Arif Sadri, assistant professor at FIU’s Moss Department of Construction Management, has been awarded a $50,000 grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to research the viability of commercializing a new tool designed to capture spatio-temporal variations in...