ESSIE - University of Florida


  • Our research reveals the scientific basis for decisions that are improving air quality and sustainability.
     

    Air Resources


  • CESD unites faculty with expertise in coastal hydrodynamics, geo-mechanics, and ecology
     

    Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics


  • Our faculty members offer a wide range of research interests in coastal physical processes.
     

    Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering


  • We conduct research around all aspects of engineering formation.
     

    Engineering Education Collaborative


  • Our comprehensive curriculum allows Students to build depth and breadth into their educational experiences.
     

    Environmental Nanotechnology


  • This interdisciplinary postgraduate research program aligns human interaction with earth and water environments.
     

    Geosystems Engineering


  • We conduct research, education, and service activities in the field of pavements and related materials.
     

    Materials & Pavements


  • Our faculty's research is recognized for its prominence and impact in understanding all areas of public works engineering.
     

    Public Works


  • Our expertise in theoretical, analytical, computational, experimental, and field investigation techniques help solve critical infrastructure issues.
     

    Structural Engineering


  • Our academic and research focus is on the delivery of heavy civil infrastructure projects.
     

    Sustainable Construction Engineering


  • We offer an integrative education in science, engineering, and policy to students who are committed to solving societies' environmental challenges.
     

    Systems Ecology & Ecological Engineering


  • Transportation engineers at UFTI seek innovative solutions to meeting urban or regional mobility needs.
     

    Transportation Engineering


  • We embrace education and research to meet challenges in Hydrology, Potable Water, Storm Water, and Wastewater.
     

    Water Systems

University of Florida scientists discover

the cause of the Atlantic coastline's sea level rise hot spots

University of Florida scientists discover
The Indian River Lagoon of Florida's Atlantic coast has become much saltier since 2011. Professor Arnoldo Valle-Levinson, UF civil and coastal engineering sciences, and Professor Jonathan Martin, UF geological sciences, began an investigation to find out why. Read the full story, including their findings, in the link below.details Highlighted News
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details January 30, 2018: ESSIE Evening with the Industry in the Evans Champions Club
details February 09, 2018: Florida Section ITE Winter Workshop
details February 09, 2018: ITE Student Leadership Summit
details February 10, 2018: ITE Student Leadership Summit
details February 11, 2018: ITE Student Leadership Summit
details February 24, 2018: Habitat for Humanity

 

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