Maryland Engineering partners with NOAA, ASCE to help move the needle.
Department faculty, staff, and students were highly active at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting.
The award recognizes contributions in risk analysis, risk management, and lifecycle economics.
The program offers unique professional development experiences designed to make participants more competitive on the faculty job market
The list recognizes service to the construction industry and the public.
The final report is expected to be released in late 2018.
The season was among the most active in records dating back to 1851.
National and local news outlets turned to University of Maryland engineers for their disaster expertise.
The division develops resources for improving the hazard resilience of civil infrastructure and lifeline systems.
In the society’s 165-year history, less than 700 civil engineers have been elected to this honor.
The civil engineering professor is also the director of the Center for Technology and Systems Management.
The CEE professor will serve as treasurer through 2019.
CEE Professor Bilal Ayyub discusses topics in interoperabilitiy and resilience.
CEE Professor offers expert insights on what it means to be resilient.
More than 70 community disaster resilience experts discuss NIST economic guide
Working group addresses impact of infrastructure systems on U.S. economy, security
Five-day event focused on role of engineers in disaster prevention, mitigation, and response.
CEE Professors Bilal M. Ayyub and Gerry Galloway help lead Measurement Science workshop.
New journal on Risk and Uncertainty in engineering is the first to be jointly produced by ASCE and ASME.
Professor Bilal M. Ayyub appointed Chair of Research Committee on Risk Technology
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering holds symposium on tri-state region disaster response.
Study shows big impacts of potential super-storm surge on Washington, D.C.
Clark School study predicts damage from sea level rise brought on by global warming.
The study, led by Bilal Ayyub of the University of Maryland, found that even if sea level rise turns out to be at the very low end of projections, it would still cause significant damage in Washington
His presentation was on “Uncertainty Sources, Types and Quantification Models for Risk Studies".
This seminar on “Uncertainty Sources, Types and Quantification Models for Risk Studies“ provides an overview of risk analysis and management to examine knowledge reliability based on ignorance and uncertainty analyses.
ICVRAM 2011: Joint Conference to Take Place in April 2011.
Civil and Environmental Engineering's Professor Bilal Ayyub interview was included in the segment "The Rise of the Robots"
The certificate is for Dr. Ayyub's dedicated voluntary service 2009.
The Commander’s Award for Public Service is the fourth highest honor the United States Department of the Army can bestow upon a civilian.
Mr. McGill is working on risk analysis for the protection of critical infrastructure funded by the Maryland Emergency Management Agency
William McGill received the 2006 Student Merit Award
Dr. Ayyub's Certificate of Recognition
Dr. Bilal Ayyub received the American Society of Naval Engineers President’s Award
Dr. Mark Kaminskiy received a 2005 research and development recognition award