The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded FIU a $1.4 million grant to work on one of the nation’s leading challenges—deteriorating bridges.
Atorod Azizinamini, chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Florida International University’s College of Engineering and Computing, is known worldwide as a leading visionary bridge engineer.
“To be up there and make FIU proud competing next to these big schools in a national competition was a huge honor for us and our families to see us up there,” Baltodano said. “It was a very, very special moment for us.”
The FIU College of Engineering and Computing released its 2012-2013 annual report as students returned for the first week of classes. The report provides a review of faculty and student accomplishments as well as major milestones including graduating a new high of 50...
Funded by the Office of Naval Research, the program is designed for incoming engineering, computer science and physics students to collectively participate in the investigation, building and demonstration of a science and engineering project.
“To really get more women in technology we need to start at a younger age with girls and let them learn what it is really about and also make it clear to them that yes, this is something they can do,”
Meet your fellow faculty members and researchers. In this spotlight, we feature Inés Triay of the Applied Research Center and Jorge Riera of biomedical engineering.
Moss and Associates, a Fort Lauderdale-based construction management company, is giving the school $250,000 to build the new facility, which will be named the Moss and Associates Built Environment Informatics Laboratory (BEIL) in honor of the company.
FIU's 12-fan Wall of Wind (WOW), the largest and most powerful university research facility of its kind, has been receiving media attention from around the world since its official launch in August 2012. Most recently, the Wall of Wind was featured on Fox &...
Motorists driving on the new flyover from eastbound State Road 836 to northbound State Road 826 in Miami travel over one of the first smart highway bridges in South Florida and one of just a handful in the state.
USAID‘s Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance is working with researchers at FIU’s Wall of Wind to test the strength and design of transitional shelters used by the organization in areas that have been hard hit by disasters. Sturdier than a tent but not as...
Congratulations to Professors Carbunar, Dorak, Georgakopoulos and Zhao for their new projects, which will add to the extensive research and education experience for FIU faculty and students.