The Civil and Environmental Engineering department has established research strengths in a number of areas to address the challenges of the 21st century, including:
- Sustainable, Intelligent Infrastructure Systems,
- Water and Air Quality Science and Engineering,
- Resilient Engineering Materials, and
- Environmentally Sustainable, or Green, Engineering Practices.
Our research is organized into three major focus areas:
- Advanced Infrastructure Systems
- Environmental Engineering, Sustainability, and Science
- Mechanics, Materials, and Computing
Give Where Your Heart Is
We are able to provide an engaging, enriching, and encouraging environment because of the support of our donors. Giving to CEE is a vote of confidence in our program, and helps to keep us at a competitive level with other world-class programs.
Gifts at all levels are needed and appreciated from alumni and friends.
Get the latest information from Carnegie Mellon concerning the global coronavirus outbreak and learn more about current travel restrictions.
Research at CEE
Application and exploration of emerging Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), infrastructure systems and associated processes, such as planning, design, construction, facility/infrastructure management, and environmental monitoring.
Interdisciplinary inquiry that spans engineering, science, social sciences, and policy which aims to provide skills, analysis tools, and technologies to meet environmental stewardship and sustainability challenges of the 21st Century.
Research that focuses on the scientific understanding and practical application of the emergent complex behavior of materials.
US News and World Report Program Rankings
We are proud of how our civil engineering and environmental engineering programs rank as a top engineering program by US News and World Report.
- 8th for Environmental Engineering Graduate Program
- 10th for Civil Engineering Graduate Program
- 8th for Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Program
- 11th for Civil Engineering Undergraduate Program