FIU President, provost announce preeminent programs

FIU has announced its preeminent programs, and the Bridge Engineering Program housed in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department is on the list! A preeminent program at FIU is defined as a collaborative endeavor that demonstrates extraordinary success in...

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Finding synergy between human values and built environments

Lu Zhang brings the human touch to construction. As the newest hire in the School of Construction, and its only female faculty member, Zhang’s research focuses on human-building interactions, specifically on what humans value in buildings (e.g., health and comfort,...

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2016 Faculty Convocation and Awards Ceremony

The College of Engineering and Computing would like to congratulate its faculty members who were recognized at the 2016 Faculty Convocation and Awards Ceremony. Awards were given in recognition of excellence in the areas of teaching, research, service, engagements,...

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Physics Inspires Professor to Excel in Materials Engineering

As a preschooler in China, Chunlei “Peggy” Wang loved visiting science museums and was drawn to optic exhibitions. “I always felt seeing things like the light scattering was fascinating.” In school, she excelled at math, and discovered a love for physics, which led...

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Students’ satellite destined for space despite setbacks

Pradeep Shinde, a doctoral student at the College of Engineering and Computing, has been reaching for the stars since 2009. Back then, while working toward his master’s degree at FIU, Shinde was part of the first team of students who created the first generation of a...

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ECE Faculty Awarded Best Paper by IEEE

The College of Engineering and Computing had the spotlight on it this past month at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Power and Energy Society General Meeting. Faculty from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department had two papers...

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High school students trade classroom for engineering labs

This year, the Miami PREP program came with a twist when high school students participating in the five-week summer camp got to play scientists in various College of Engineering and Computing research labs. “The Miami PREP program administered by the Office of Student...

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Civil Engineer Drives Women to Pursue Transportation

Somaye Fakharian Qom just earned her Ph.D. in civil engineering with a focus in transportation engineering. By example, she is inspiring other women to pursue similar careers. A love for mathematics, and encouragement from a cousin in the field, moved Fakharian to...

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