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Academic & Research Groups
There are six areas of specialization within the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Learn more about each group's educational and research focus.
Seven Decades in the Making: How Women Are Leading the College into the Future
This year, 14 women occupy critical leadership roles guiding the College of Engineering and its eight schools and departments. Their positions span research, entrepreneurship, faculty development, and more.
New Ultrafast Water Disinfection Method Is More Environmentally Friendly
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have found a way to use small shocks of electricity to disinfect water, reducing energy consumption, cost, and environmental impact. The technology could be integrated into the electric grid or even powered by batteries.
Tien Honored for Work in Diversity Equity and Inclusion
Georgia Tech’s executive vice president for research has recognized four College of Engineering faculty members and a spaceflight group for their outstanding contributions to the research enterprise.
CEE Faculty Recognized with Highest Honors in Geotechnical Engineering
Professors David Frost and Paul Mayne have been selected to deliver prestigious lectures at the Geo-Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2023 Geo-Congress, a gathering of the nation’s leading geotechnical engineering experts.
New Air Transportation Center Launches at Georgia Tech
Professor Laurie Garrow has launched a new transportation center that focuses on modeling passenger demand for air travel.
Faces of Research: Meet Joe F. Bozeman III
This installment of the Faces of Research Q&A series is with Joe F. Bozeman III, assistant professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the School of Public Policy, and director of the Social Equity and Environmental Engineering Lab (SEEEL).