Structure of an Advanced Course in Computer Applications and Simulation in Construction

Technology Transfer in Architecture and Civil Engineering Using the Internet - A Multi-National Teaching Effort

Classroom Methodology for Vibrations Design Problems

The Chalkless Classroom: Yes or No?

User-Friendly Education Software for Structural Engineering

Integration of Computational Software into Engineering Education

The A/E/C Virtual Atelier: Experience and Future Directions

The Collaborative Design Studio at MIT

Classroom Design Projects Through the Web

Design Education via Web-Based Virtual Environments

Education Begins Responding to the Needs of our Deteriorating and Failing Infrastructure

Specialty Seminar S.3 Wind Energy and Windflow Around Structures

Summary of the Seminar S.4 on Continuing Education and Training

Specialty Seminar S.6 Hydroinformatics for Control, Management and Risk Assessment

Teaching Experiences, a Graduate Course in Condition Assessment and Forensic Engineering

Forensic Engineering, Is It a Discipline that One Can Teach, or Learn, or Does It Only Come with Experience

Gaining Ground
A giant of the profession looks back at his own career and talks about his concerns for the future of geotechnical engineering, which range from education and litigation to mergers and...

Computing in Civil Engineering
This proceedings, Computing in Civil Engineering, consists of papers presented at the Fourth Congress held in conjunction with A/E/C/ SYSTEMS...

Forensic Engineering
This proceedings contains the papers resented at the First Forensic Engineering Congress, a special part of the American Society of Civil Engineers Annual Convention held in Minneapolis,...

Highlights of Project Management
One of the most important persons in an A/E organization is the PM. There may be one or many, but they are the lifeblood of the firm. How are PMs trained, or are they? What directions...

 

 

 

 

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