Aydilek, Kutay Win ASCE Wellington Award

Aydilek, Kutay Win ASCE Wellington Award

Aydilek, Kutay Win ASCE Wellington Award

CEE alumnus M. Emin Kutay with Ahmet Aydilek.
CEE alumnus M. Emin Kutay with Ahmet Aydilek.

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering's Ahmet Aydilek and alumnus Alumnus M. Emin Kutay (M.S. '02, Ph.D. '05; currently an assistant professor at Michigan State University) received the 2009 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Arthur M. Wellington Prize for their article titled "Dynamic Effects on Moisture Transport in Asphalt Concrete" published in ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering.

The Arthur M. Wellington Prize is a national-level publication award across all civil engineering disciplines and is given annually to one paper on transportation on land, water or in the air, and closely-related subjects published in ASCE journals. The citation for this prize especially noted its unique contribution to the field of transportation.

April 7, 2009


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