Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The six departments of the School of Engineering have been reorganised into three departments, which start operating on 1 January 2016:
These old web pages of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will be available in the beginning of the year 2016. The pages are no longer updated.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has three research groups: Geoengineering, Transportation Engineering and Water and Environmental Engineering. The department provides research and teaching in fields of ever-increasing social importance. On the background there are the global trends like climate change, urbanization and increasing consumption of raw materials.
A functional community needs effective water, wastewater and waste management, sufficient water resources, smooth and safe transportation connections, environmentally friendly construction and maintenance of infrastructure, sustainable geo- and rock engineering and high level planning and research skills in development of urban structure and environment.
Science and art
From the roof to the street – INKA project aims to exploit recycled materials in asphalt
The project, started in the beginning of the year, studies the use of shredded roofing felt in asphalt.
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Dissertation in the field of water and environmental engineering , Gerald Krebs, MSc
How to Evaluate Sustainable Stormwater Management Strategies at the City Scale?
Functionality of the metropolitan sewer system improved in Water Technology Hackathon
The tool for carrying out an automated deviation analysis using different databases was awarded for the best work.
Lessons from Lesvos for Lift Project team
Four students visited the Greek island of Lesvos, inspired by a brief to find solutions to alleviate the migrant crisis.
Lectures and seminars
Aalto University Summer School on Transportation 2016
The 2016 theme of the Summer School is Embracing the Complexity of Mobility.