Civil, Architectural, Environmental

Engineering Team Collaborates with US Foundry and EVOQUA to Scale Up Their Phosphorus-Removing Reactor to Compete for $10 Million

The excess of nutrients, namely nitrogen and phosphorus, in freshwater bodies creates uncontrolled algae growth, destroying freshwater ecosystems. This process – eutrophication – has detrimental ecological effects: decreased biodiversity, depleted...


Seasoned Entrepreneur and Startup Investor will Work With CoE Students and Faculty

A new entrepreneur-in-residence is sharing his expertise with students and faculty at the College of Engineering. Robert (Bob) F. Williamson Jr., a founder and treasurer of Florida early-stage investment group New World Angels, joined the CoE in May 2017....


Interns in New 3-D Printing Collaborative Laboratory Develop New Technologies and Solve Manufacturing Challenges

Alexandra Damley-Strnad, BSASE ’17, and Andres Ruiz, BSMS BME ’18, interns with the Johnson & Johnson 3-D Printing Collaborative Laboratory at the University of Miami College of Engineering, will work to investigate new technologies for product...

American Society of Civil Engineers Miami-Dade Names Innovation Bridge Project of the Year

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Miami-Dade Branch named the CoE’s Innovation Bridge its 2016-2017 Project of the Year (Category I). The award recognizes the team led by Antonio Nanni, professor and chair of the Department of Civil, Architectural...


UM College of Engineering Team Delves Deeper into Student-Centered Learning at Olin College’s Collaboratory Summer Institute

Faculty and staff delved deep into pedagogical innovation this summer at “Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences,” the Collaboratory Summer Institute hosted by Olin College of Engineering. During the intensive weeklong workshop, held in June...


Transforming 21st-Century Engineering Education

In traditional classrooms, students observe a lecture and learn about new concepts and principles. They are then responsible for applying that knowledge while completing homework and other assignments, outside of the classroom. These traditional classrooms...

Ancient Masonry and Modern Composites: Antonio Nanni Gives Keynote on Innovative Developments in Masonry

On Wednesday, June 28, Antonio Nanni, professor and chair of the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, gave a keynote lecture at the MuRiCo5 conference. The conference, titled, “Mechanics of Masonry Structures Strengthened...