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A Responder's Critical Path

CEE researchers are modifying existing navigation algorithm systems used in apps such as Google Maps and Waze to meet the specialized routing needs of first responders.

Lyle Faculty Awarded Medal from the American Society of Civil Engineers

The award-winning paper examines, with modern computational tools and an improved understanding of rocking dynamics, the seismic response of the South Rangitikei Rail Bridge, built in New Zealand in the early 1970s.

Download@Lyle: Using Maps & Data to Teach Design Thinking

Clinical Associate Professor Jessie Zarazaga discusses how through the layering of geospatial map-data in GIS, student engineers can work to understand the rich urban context for city design.

SMU Researcher, Garland Students are Using Smartphones to Monitor Bridge Safety

Lyle Professor Brett Story has been collaborating with Garland high school students and the City of Garland to listen for ways to improve road safety - with help from your smartphone.