Civil and Environmental Engineering Presentations


Presentations by Civil and Environmental Engineering researchers examine natural and manmade structures and the ways in which the two interact. These presentations illustrate natural concepts such as wind and fluid mechanics and how to build around them while also examining the human impact on the environment.


Submissions from 2019


Prediction of Static Liquefaction Landslides, Abouzar Sadrekarimi

Submissions from 2017


Evaluating the liquefaction and reliquefaction behavior of a carbonate sand, Abouzar Sadrekarimi


Characterization of a Carbonate Sand based on Shear Wave Velocity Measurement, Abouzar Sadrekarimi and Keyvan Mirbaha

Submissions from 2015

Tools for Performance-Based Design of RC Structures, Maged Youssef

Submissions from 2011


Huffing and Puffing and Blowing it Down: Wind Research at Western, Greg Kopp

Events from 2010


Brownfield Restoration: Addressing the Industrial Pollution of Urban Environments, Jason Gerhard