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JHU Hosts USACM Thematic Conference on Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Solid and Structural Materials Modeling

February 27, 2019

In mid-January, Johns Hopkins was pleased to host a thematic conference for the U. S. Association for Computational Mechanics. Organized by Prof. Michael Shields, the Conference on Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Solid and Structural Materials Modeling brought together prominent scholars in solid and structural mechanics, materials science, and applied mathematics with a shared interest in uncertainty […]

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Prof. Thomas Gernay Debuts SAFIR Training in United States

June 21, 2018

This week, Prof. Thomas Gernay and Prof. Jean-Marc Franssen (University of Liège), held the first training for their software, SAFIR, in the United States. SAFIR is a computer program that models the behavior of building structures subjected to fire, is currently used by more than 200 institutions worldwide, including universities, research centres and design offices. […]

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Undergraduate Students Emily Kim ’18 & Claudio Malicdem ’19 of Team ‘The Civil People’ Take Second Place in Tower of Power Competition

February 22, 2018

Congratulations to civil engineering senior Emily Kim, junior Claudio Malicdem, of team ‘The Civil People’ for winning second place at this year’s Tower of Power event! Held annually as part of National Engineers Week at JHU, the Tower of Power event challenges teams of undergraduates, graduate students, staff, alumni, and area middle school students to engineer […]

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Department of Civil Engineering Students Participate in Maryland Manufacturing Day Event

October 10, 2017

On Friday, October 6th, Department of Civil Engineering students participated in the Maryland Manufacturing Day event sponsored by MD MEP and had the chance to meet a special guest! Maryland Manufacturing Day 2017 is meant to bring together students from local university and college technology driven teams and match them with local, advanced manufacturing companies. Our students displayed the […]

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Soil Mechanics Class Steps Out to Gather Samples

September 13, 2017

Students in Prof. Lucas de Melo’s Soil Mechanics class recently stepped out of their classroom to gather soil samples from around campus. These samples were classified using ASTM standards and will be used in laboratory testing throughout the semester. We’re thrilled to provide our students with hands-on experiences like these in preparation for the work […]

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