CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly and colleagues are using Artificial Intelligence and Network Science to develop solutions along the broad theme of Intelligent Climate Adaptation and Resilient Engineering for Urban Sustainability (I-CARE-4-US).
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Mary Elizabeth (Lizzy) Warner, PhD Interdisciplinary Engineering ’20 and her team were awarded second place from the Homeland Security Advisory Council's Crisis Management Case Challenge for their innovative proposal specifying how to increase the resiliency of cities.
Max Rome, PhD in Civil Engineering ’21, recently led a team of four who were awarded a grant from the inaugural Sasaki Foundation Design Awards.
CEE Professor Auroop R. Ganguly has been invited as a keynote speaker at The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) workshop on "Frontiers on Big Data, Modeling, and Simulation in Urban Sustainability" organized by the National Academies' Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics.
CEE Professor Auroop R. Ganguly has received two funding grants, one from NASA Ames via the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute for machine learning in earth sciences and engineering and another from the US Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for network-based cyber-resiliency analysis of critical infrastructures.