Department of

Structural Engineering

Student Projects

UCSD Human Powered Submarine

The UCSD Human Powered Submarine named Vaquita made it to the European International Submarine Races for the first time this year.

Structural Monitoring of Railroad Tracks

The Department of Structural Engineering is conducting research to develop advanced methods for the non-destructive structural monitoring of railroad tracks.

Graduate Student Adam Young Receives National and State Awards in Coastal Research

At the annual fall conference of the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association Adam Young was presented the 2005 National Education Award in recogni

Professor Scott Ashford and Adam Young study beach erosion and sand sources

A six-year study by structural engineering professor Scott Ashford and graduate student Adam Young found that bluff erosion accounted for 68 percent of the f

Professor Karbhari and Kumar Ghosh’s Research is Awarded “Best Paper”

Earlier this month, the European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring announced that the research and work of Professor Vistasp Karbhari (top left), alon

Beaked whales and high intensity sound in their environment: computational investigation

Humans produce sound in the marine environment for various reasons, for instance to explore for oil, to search for ships, or to conduct scientific experimen

Research Expo 2009

To view the award-winning research of our SE students, click below.

Research Expo 2008

To view the award-winning research of our SE students, click here.

2007 ASCE Regional Student Conference

Student Chapter Takes 3rd Place in Four Events at Regional Student Conference!

UCSD's Student Chapter of The Society of Civil and Structural Engine

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