CECE Faculty Prof. Catbas was awarded Aftab Mufti medal from the International Society for Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure (ISHMII) and Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). The medal was awarded for Dr. Catbas and his team’s work “Performance-based structural health monitoring through an innovative hybrid data interpretation framework.” The Society and [...]
This past Monday, April 16th took place the Ninth IDEAS showcase; increasing the amount of undergraduate that have participated in this initiative to almost 2,100 producing ~850 projects/papers/posters since the first event in fall 2013. The Interdisciplinary Display for Engineering Analysis Statics-IDEAS was developed and organized by Dr. Ricardo Zaurin with [...]
Zachary Loeb, a CECE undergraduate won the Judges Choice Award for the Engineering, Optics, Photonics, and Computer Science category. Zachary presented a modified and improved version of his IDEAS project (originally developed with another 2 CECE students: Shadi Tamimi and Caleb Enot) The title is Force-Vector Analysis and Statics Mechanical Testing on a [...]
UCF Chi Epsilon students Angel Villarruel-Moore, Paula Sanchez, and Daniel Mallett represented UCF at the 2018 Chi Epsilon National Conclave in Arlington, TX on March 14-18, 2018.
Faculty advisor for the UCF Chi Epsilon chapter Dr. Kevin Mackie received the Arthur N. L. Chiu Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award. The national award is made once every two years at Conclave.
42 students from the ASCE-UCF student chapter represented UCF at the 2018 Southeast Student Conference, held March 1-3 in Gainesville, FL, alongside students from 26 schools in the region.
Brett A. Story, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University Seminar Flyer Many critical civil engineering infrastructure components are approaching or have exceeded their intended design lives. Efforts to streamline efficiency in transportation and energy have increased demands on these aging structures. This talk discusses the dilemmas of managing civil engineering infrastructure [...]
Our Concrete Canoe team placed second in the Women’s Sprints and second in Women’s Endurance races.
ASCE-UCF chapter that recently participated in the 2018 ASCE Southeast Student Conference that occurred March 1 - 3 2018 in Gainesville, FL, took home first place in Steel Bridge Display and second place in Steel Bridge Lightness.
Our research group CITRS hosted a large group of infrastructure engineers from Japan and we presented our recent work and activities at UCF. In addition, CITRS along with UCF Structural Engineering Student Chapter visited I-4 Ultimate Project, one of the mega projects in Florida and in the US.