Civil and Environmental Engineering
Study investigates capillary-induced deformations in cement’s porous structure.
Ubiquitous marine plants dissipate wave energy and could help protect vulnerable shorelines.
A new method identifies opportunities to learn and adapt to changing temperature and precipitation trends.
MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub researchers outline a new pavement maintenance model that accounts for future uncertainties in cost and deterioration.
Ninth annual Research Speed Dating event fosters intradepartmental collaboration and facilitates discussion of future efforts to solve global issues.
Professor of biology Ernest Fraenkel and visiting scientist Judah Cohen win the Sub-Seasonal Climate Forecast Rodeo competition.
Institute ranks within the top 2 in 17 of 48 subject areas.
PhD student Josh Moss uses computer modeling and physical experiments to examine the key transformations that emissions undergo in the atmosphere.