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Cal Poly Pomona Department of Civil Engineering is pleased to announce a Call for Papers for the 1st Cal Poly Pomona Civil Engineering Conference, September 12-13, 2022.

We believe that the 1st Cal Poly Pomona Civil Engineering Conference will give academics, researchers, and practitioners an opportunity to showcase recent developments and advancements in applied research, design and construction of civil infrastructure. The conference will also offer a forum to discuss future directions in the discipline.

Manuscripts published in the 1st Cal Poly Pomona Civil Engineering Conference Proceedings will be peer-reviewed, and will be submitted for indexing.

 

*** CALL FOR ABSTRACTS*** 

Now accepting abstract for oral presentations and poster presentations

 

  

CONFERENCE: 1st Cal Poly Pomona Civil Engineering Conference, September 12-13, 2022

CONFERENCE THEME: Advancements in Civil Engineering for a Sustainable, Equitable, and Resilient Infrastructure


HOST:
 California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (CPP), California
ORGANIZED BY: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Civil Engineering Department
TOPICS:
  All branches of civil & construction engineering.  Please see 
https://cppceconf.wixsite.com/cpp-cec-01

DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: April 11, 2022 

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION to present w/o paper: Continuously open through May 31, 2022

 

METHOD FOR SUBMISSION:  Submit a 200 to 300-word abstract outlining the subject, methodology, major content, and conclusions.  Abstracts must be submitted online using the following conference website link: https://cmswebonline.com/cpp-cec01/index.php/cpp-cec01/cpp-cec01/login


CONFERENCE WEBSITE:
https://cppceconf.wixsite.com/cpp-cec-01

 

PUBLISHER: Research Publishing Services (RPS)

CONTACT US: info-ce-conf@cpp.edu


Conference Chair: Dr. Felipe Perez, CPP

Conference Co-Chair: Dr. Frank Yazdani, CPP

 

 

November 2, 2021

Dr. Jeyoung Woo participates in the recently awarded project (grant amount: approximately $5 million USD) from the U.S. Department of Education's HSI STEM program as a co-PI (PI: Dr. Winny Dong, Chemical & Materials Engineering Department). The project title is STARS (Student Success and Transfer Articulation through Research and Supportive Services - An HSI STEM Transformation Project), a new initiative to help transfer students' success at Cal Poly Pomona. Dr. Woo will lead the pathway program between Cal Poly Pomona and two partnering institutions (Mt. SAC and Citrus College) during the five-year grant period. Dr. Woo will also lead the faculty learning community (FLC) to support the partnering schools offering more diverse lower-division courses in the STEM discipline.

 

April 1, 2021

We are excited to share that CPP GeoWall Team won first place in GeoWall technical event at the 2021 Pacific Southwest ASCE student conference (PSWC) hosted by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The competition objective was to design a three-faced MSE wall using the least amount of reinforcement to support three different loading conditions: active earth pressure, vertical surcharge, and horizontally loaded piles. The GeoWall competition included a submission of a technical report, a live presentation, and a Q&A session that describe the experimental methods, engineering analysis, and the design processes of the MSE Wall. CPP team designed a three-faced MSE wall with a total reinforcement weight of 4.88g. CPP GeoWall team competed against 11 Pacific Southwest universities: CSUF, CSUN, LMU, UCI, CSULA, UH at Manoa, CSULB, UCLA, CBU, UCSD, and SDSU.

 Please join us in congratulating the team on this amazing accomplishment!

 Top: Dr. Kamalzare, advisor, CJ Green and Ayman Jaber: student mentors; Left to right - Geowall team members: Jesus De La Cruz, Zenab Ali, Jocelyn Shih, Anarely Santana, Katy Lin, Sreyleak Vong, Antonious Elmallakh

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 1, 2021

We are excited to share that Colby Wong has been selected as one of the 2021 ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering – Collegiate Edition! She has been selected as one of ten students across the country to receive this recognition. You can read more about Colby’s Story and the New Faces of Civil Engineering Class of 2021 with the link below: 

https://source.asce.org/meet-the-2021-asce-new-faces-of-civil-engineering-college-class

Please join me in congratulating her on this amazing accomplishment!

There are ten students who are selected nationally as the ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering 2021 College. The image shows the faces of these students (six female students, and four male students)  

 

 

 

 

 

Feb. 15, 2021

Dr. Ghada Gad was awarded the contract for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Project 20-06/25-03, “Managing Enhanced Risk in the Mega Project Era.” CPP is the lead on the project, and is partnering with the University of Florida and Nossaman LLP. The research  project comes at a time when “mega projects” dominate the U.S. highway design, construction, and maintenance landscape, and an evaluation of such projects needs to be undertaken to identify the risks involved and how best to manage and allocate those risks at the outset of a project. The project objective is to produce a digest that provides guidance on contractual provisions designed to reduce or avoid claims and disputes. The research will provide a summary of pertinent risk-allocation and risk-management provisions from mega project contracts, from which practices can be identified that support the evaluation of risks associated with similar-sized mega projects. The research will address the legal considerations for allocating responsibilities most effectively between the contracting parties on mega-projects; and the kind of provisions in the contract that would be most effective in meeting the legal needs of the public agency, including the delivery method (e.g., design-bid-build, design-build, construction management at risk, public-private partnership); insurance and bonding requirements; limitation of damages provisions; warranties requirements; and other contractual provisions allocating risks associated with hazardous materials management,  utilities, environmental approval, right-of-way acquisition, toll revenue loss, among others.

 

Oct. 1, 2020

Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, Inc. has been notified that we have been awarded a new grant/contract. Dr. Wen Cheng, as project director, is responsible for the programmatic management and conduct of the project ensuring the work is accomplished in a timely manner and is administered within the requirements of the awarding agency. Details of this award include:
Project Title: Statewide Collision Data Analysis, Research Studies and Ranking Program
Awarding Agency: State of California-Office of Traffic Safety/US Department of Transportation
Amount of Award: $270,566

Dr. Wen Cheng