Concrete Sustainability Hub
Johannes Kalliauer of MIT CSHub uses civil engineering principles to shed new light on molecular dynamics, concrete hinges, and flooding.
Failing to consider neighborhood texture in hurricane-related wind loss models may undervalue stronger construction by over 80 percent.
Twenty winning projects will link industry member priorities with research groups across campus to develop scalable climate solutions.
MIT research scientist explores how cool pavements can offer climate change solutions in more than just the summer.
John Cohn and Franz-Josef Ulm, along with 19 additional MIT alumni, are honored for significant contributions to engineering research, practice, and education.
Measuring traffic properties requires vast amounts of data. Meshkat Botshekan, a PhD student working with the MIT CSHub, is discovering a more efficient and affordable physics-inspired alternative.
MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab researchers aim to design concrete mixtures that use AI to shrink environmental footprint and cost, while recycling byproducts and increasing performance.
MIT researchers find emissions of U.S. buildings and pavements can be reduced by around 50 percent even as concrete use increases.
MIT researchers are using smartphones to gather roadway information previously inaccessible to many departments of transportation.