- Nov 6
Ignacio Sepúlveda Oyarzun, assistant professor at San Diego State University’s College of Engineering, and his team invented a dynamic tsunami modeling system that will enable researchers to significantly advance warning methods to save lives and mitigate the cost of damage in oceanfront areas. Through the creation of the new instrument, Sepúlveda found that planetary winds play a critical role in the formation of tsunamis — something that has never been proven before.
- Oct 5
Associate Professor Hassan Davani joined Fox 5 News during Hurricane Hilary to discuss his research on storm water management and flood prevention.
- Jul 27
The particles that wear off your car tires as you drive are a huge source of microplastic pollution, and some of it is toxic. Now researchers at San Diego State University have identified 60 chemical compounds in tires. Half of them have never been linked to tire waste before. KPBS sci-tech reporter Thomas Fudge has the story.
- Jul 11
Nearly 50 representatives from various engineering/construction companies and public agencies gathered at Puesto at The Headquarters to help kick off CCEE's inaugural reception for Industry supporters to close out the academic year.
- Jun 20
The conference hosted more than 30 experts to address environmental issues that affect the San Diego/Tijuana and Imperial Valley/Mexicali regions.
- Jun 13
Carlos, ’97 BS Civil Engineering and ’00 MS Civil Engineering and Gail Gonzalez, ’96 BA Liberal Studies and ’97 Teaching Certificate have made a gift to establish the Hanlon/Garcia MESA Endowed Scholarship for Engineering.
- Jun 12
he AGC Chair in Construction Management is being established to attract and retain high-level CEM faculty. With the $2.5M campaign complete, SDSU is moving forward with a faculty search that is planned to have a faculty member in place Fall 2024.
- Jun 9
A Day in the Life of Isabella Ojeda, a Civil Engineering major at SDSU. Isabella is interning this summer at Reyes Construction.
- Jun 6
Water resources engineering professor Hassan Davani speaks with KQED on San Leandro sea level rise and how his research addresses it.