Prof Laefer featured in National GeographicCongratulations to Prof Laefer whose work is featured in the Febraury issue of National Geographic.
Mike Long wins at Engineers Ireland Excellence Award NightAssociate Professor Mike Long and UMASW by APEX Geoservices Ltd win the Geoscience Ireland Award, sponsored by Geoscience Ireland, at Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.
Congratulations to Dr Soroosh JalilvandDr Soroosh Jalilvand received his PhD in December. He celebrated the award of his doctorate with his wife Dr Sogol Fallah (graduate from Civil Engineering in 2016) and son, Kian, and Professor Eugene O'Brien.
Constructed wetlands: from waste to oasisWastewater treatment systems are not always pleasant to look at. But what if they could be aesthetically pleasing and offer the public a space for recreation and enjoyment as they carry out the necessary work of removing impurities from the water supply?
How much traffic can this bridge safely take? A breakthrough in quantifying traffic loading on big bridgesBridges are often key factors in transport, allowing us to get across landscapes efficiently. If a bridge fails, the results can be catastrophic for human life, for economies and societies and for the environment.
Alexandra Tiplic marries Alexandru MicuAlexandra Tiplic, PhD student in UCD Civil Engineering, got married last week to former UCD research assistant, Alexandru Micu. She is pictured here at her wedding in Iasi, Romania.
UCD Civil Engineering school hosts outreach activity for US studentsUCD Researchers from the TRUSS ITN group participated in an outreach activity hosted by UCD Civil Engineering School for high school students from the US this past summer.
The activity is part of a series of interactive workshops within the UCD High School Summer Program.