Engineering Systems and Environment associate professor Osman Ozbulut argues investing in advanced building technologies is a good buy...
Wicked problems? Bring them on.
As the home to UVA's recognized undergraduate and graduate degree programs in civil and systems engineering, we are a leader in the study of human and socio-technical systems. Our faculty and students create innovations that will help address society’s most wicked problems, which are often emergent, large scale, and complex in areas ranging from public health to smart cities to environmental resilience. In a rapidly changing world, we believe that a better future is possible for all by training the leaders of tomorrow in a collaborative academic environment that encourages excellence in the classroom and laboratory.
Civil engineering majors Emily C. Chen and Anna L. Cerf both won the School’s highest student honor, which is given for academic...
Engineering Systems and Environment Professor Jim Smith Serving as Assistant Dean for Graduate Education
Newly appointed assistant dean aims to refine graduate recruitment efforts, including increasing diversity among graduate student...
An interdisciplinary team of UVA undergraduates won first place in the Virginia Water Environment Association Student Design...
- Massively interacting systems and the mathematics supporting rigorous analysis and understanding of their stability and resiliency
- The generic structure and the mathematics of large-scale simulation models of massively interacting systems
- Discrete and continuous dynamical systems, in particular graph dynamical systems (GDS) and their combinatorial and algebraic structures