Prof. R. Doug Hooton Elected an Honorary Member from ACI

The American Concrete Institute has elected Prof. R. Douglas Hooton as an Honorary Member, specifically “for contributions to ACI and the concrete industry in the areas of concrete materials, concrete durability, and sustainability of concrete construction particularly through research, teaching, and development of standards and code”. Honorary Member is the Institute’s highest honor. R. Douglas Hooton,… Read more »

Volunteers with Civil & Mineral Engineering recognized at the Arbor Awards

At the top university in Canada, thousands of students spend each year striving for academic excellence and outstanding achievements to carry them into the future. There is a dedicated group of volunteers who act as examples and who contribute to the University’s mission. Each year, a number of those volunteers are honoured with a U… Read more »

Survey CAMP: A Department Tradition

Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, Survey Camp is a long-standing Department tradition. After being acquired in 1919, the inaugural student group journeyed 200-kilometres north of Toronto for an unforgettable immersive field educational program in 1920. Today, as many as 200 Civil and Mineral Engineering students annually participate in the CAMP experience to better prepare… Read more »

Volunteers with Civil & Mineral Engineering recognized at the Arbor Awards

At the top university in Canada, thousands of students spend each year striving for academic excellence and outstanding achievements to… Read more »

Survey CAMP: A Department Tradition

Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, Survey Camp is a long-standing Department tradition. After being acquired in 1919, the inaugural… Read more »

Prof. Shoshanna Saxe named a 2019 Clean50 Emerging Leader

Congratulations go to Assistant Professor Shoshanna Saxe, who has won a 2019 Clean50 award in the Emerging Leader category. Canada’s… Read more »

Breaking New Ground and Taking to the Skies

U of T researchers are finding new ways for civil and mineral engineers to use drones Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs),… Read more »

CivMin Experts in the News

Nov
13
Tue
2018
2:30 pm RESEARCH SEMINAR | From Experime...
RESEARCH SEMINAR | From Experime...
Nov 13 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Dr. Sebastian D. Goodfellow ABSTRACT Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1950s but recently there have been major breakthroughs in many diverse fields because of: (1) algorithmic innovation, (2) more powerful computing hardware,... Read more »
Nov
14
Wed
2018
2:00 pm RESEARCH SEMINAR | Attenuation o...
RESEARCH SEMINAR | Attenuation o...
Nov 14 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Dr. Nicola Tisato ABSTRACT Geophysical methods allow exploring the subsurface and rely on physical properties of rocks. In the case of seismic tomography, which is the most utilized geophysical method, the knowledge of rheology is... Read more »
Dec
5
Wed
2018
11:30 am Why We Should Be Building More R...
Why We Should Be Building More R...
Dec 5 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Why We Should Be Building More Resilient Infrastructure and How To Do It
Join us this month as Prof. Constantin Christopoulos presents an overview of the large-scale experimental and numerical research that has taken place over the past two decades at the University of Toronto to develop this... Read more »
Dec
6
Thu
2018
all-day Fall Study Day – No Classes
Fall Study Day – No Classes
Dec 6 all-day
Engineering will hold exams on Saturdays and evenings during this period. Examinations for courses offered by other faculties may be held during other periods.