The department is mourning the loss of two hydrology pioneers with CSU CEE connections: alumnus Ignacio Rodríguez-Iturbe and Professor Emeritus Hubert Morel-Seytoux.
Assistant Professor Tiezheng Tong is principal investigator on a project funded by the National Science Foundation to develop membranes for treating water that don’t require problematic “forever” chemicals.
Professor Hussam Mahmoud will represent the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine at two international meetings in November.
An article co-authored by Assistant Professor Tiezheng Tong and graduate student Yiming Yin has been selected by ACS ES&T Engineering as one of the winners of the journal’s inaugural Best Paper Award.
Stewarding the Ogallala Aquifer: CSU leads groundswell of research, outreach for combating water crisis
Associate Professor Ryan Bailey and his team helped develop a comprehensive integrated model to inform Ogallala Aquifer management and support conservation of this vitally important resource.
Sandcastle engineering – a geotechnical engineer explains how water, air and sand create solid structures
Associate Professor Joe Scalia uses sandcastles in the classroom to explain how interactions of soil, water and air make it possible to rebuild landscapes after mining metals critical to the energy transition.
Neil Grigg recalls Spring Creek Flood’s devastation, Colorado State University’s contributions to recovery
Professor Neil Grigg says the 25th anniversary of the Spring Creek Flood is “a good reminder of the central nature of our work in hydrology, stormwater infrastructure, risk assessment, and urban planning. We should be reminding the public (and ourselves) about such risks, and feeling good about our roles in finding solutions.”
Assistant Professor Tiezheng Tong will use the National Science Foundation early-career funding to improve membrane desalination, so it can be more effective in providing fresh water.