News Archive

Dr. Kevin Franke's UAV Research

Dr. Kevin Franke and collaborators from the Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science Departments have teamed up to research unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) applications to infrastructure monitoring

Brigham Young University ITE Student Chapter wins ITE Western District Collegiate Traffic Bowl competition

Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Student Chapter was successful in winning the ITE Western District Collegiate Traffic Bowl competition at the Western District meeting in Rapid City, SD.

Life Long Learning Conference

The BYU Life-Long Learning Conference offers you an amazing opportunity to learn best practices in civil engineering and experience the great atmosphere only BYU can offer. "Be our guest!"
Annual Alumni BBQ

Rollins Gives Osterberg Memorial Lecture

Professor Kyle Rollins was selected to give the 2014 Osterberg Memorial Lecture by the Deep Foundation Institute.

Professor pitches greenplex proposal for Provo

A Brigham Young University professor has a startling proposal to help reduce air pollution and water use while making all of BYU and Provo much more accessible -- move the entire city indoors.

Brigham Young University ASCE student chapter wins the 2014 Robert Ridgway Award

Brigham Young University ASCE student chapter wins the 2014 Robert Ridgway Award

Pinpointing Utah highway hotspots on the road to zero fatalities

Three BYU researchers are behind the wheel of a new effort to help the Utah Department of Transportation come closer to the goal of zero fatalities on Utah highways. 

New infrared technique aims to remotely detect dangerous materials

BYU research advances a technology to monitor nuclear production.

Dr. Franke was invited to join the the NSF-funded C-UAS

Joe’s Valley Reservoir Dam in Central Utah. We developed this entire model from about 3 minutes of video.

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