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Civil Engineering

Graduate Seminar Series

CE 890: Graduate Seminar in Civil Engineering

  • CE 890 is a zero-credit hour seminar course focusing on discussions of current advances and research in civil engineering.
  • Every full-time, on-campus CE graduate student is required to register for CE 890 every semester he/she is enrolled in a graduate program.
  • Credit for the course each semester is obtained when the student has attended at least 10 meetings.
  • Every full-time, on-campus master's student is required to make at least one technical presentation in the graduate seminar before their final defense.
  • Every full-time, on-campus Ph.D. student is required to make at least two technical presentations in the graduate seminar before their final defense.

All seminars are held through at 4 p.m. (unless noted otherwise). The speaker must submit an abstract to Trisha Brown (gradce@k-state.edu) and the final version of the PowerPoint presentation to Arash Saeidi Rashk Olia (saeidi@k-state.edu) by Friday prior to the scheduled date. Students must attend 10 seminars to get credit for CE 890.

2022 Graduate Seminars

April 13, 2022

Modeling Plastic-Damage of Reinforced Concrete in Finite Element Applications - Nader Zad

Past Graduate Seminars

No title available - Ya Gao

Spatio-temporal characterization of a complete algal bloom event using fluorescence spectroscopy in tandem with conventional physio-chemical methods - Emily Rading

“Computational and Experimental Analysis of Prestressed Concrete Railroad Ties for Large Deformation (Computational Program Development and Code Verification)” - Yu-Szu Chen

Investigating Rural and Urban Differences in Single-Vehicle Crash Severity Determinants: A Time-of-Day Analysis using Random Parameter (Mixed) Logit Models - A M Hasibul Islam

Sustainable Recovery of Volatile Fatty Acids from Swine Wastewater - Priyasha Fernando

Dr. Sandeep Sathyamoorthy in a Global Practice and Technology Leader for Applied Research and Innovation in Black and Veatch

Munger Professorship Construction Engineering Lecture - Greg Schieber 

Water Resources Engineering Lecture - Emily Wicoff, P.E.

Investigating Rural and Urban Differences in Single-Vehicle Crash Severity Determinants: A Time-of-Day Analysis using Random Parameter (Mixed) Logit Models - A M Hasibul Islam