Earthquakes never occur when you need one, so a team led by Johns Hopkins structural engineers is shaking up a building themselves in the name of science and safety.
Congratulations to our PhD student Shu Guo (advisor: Somnath Ghosh) for winning the 2013 student poster competition award with his poster entitled “A Finite Element Model for the Analysis of 3D Transient Coupled Electromagnetic Structural Dynamics Problems” at the 12th U.S. National Congress for Computational Mechanics, held in Raleigh, NC on July 22-25, 2013. The poster competition […]
Congratulations go out to Civil Engineering junior, Isaiah Sampson, as a winner of the NIST Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) for 2013. The SURF program is open to undergraduate students majoring in science, mathematics or engineering. 180 students from universities and colleges throughout the United States were ultimately selected, but Isaiah is one of only […]
Civil Engineering celebrated Student Employment Appreciation Week. On Thursday, April 4th, 60 delectable cupcakes were delivered and enjoyed by students and faculty! We’d like to say “Thank you” to all of our student employees. You perform a much-needed and very appreciated function in Civil Engineering.
The medal recognizes an ASCE member for contributions that have substantially strengthened the scientific base of structural engineering.
Prof. Robert H. Dodds, Jr. delivers the 2013 Carroll Lecture “Fracture of Steel Structures: from microns to meter”, Wednesday, April 10, 2013, 1:30-2:30 PM, Hodson Hall, 3rd Floor Boardroom.
On Saturday, March 9, Johns Hopkins civil engineering students volunteered at the Baltimore Museum of Industry for the 2013 Maryland Wood Bridge Challenge. More information