Aydilek Receives ASCE Research Prize

Aydilek Receives ASCE Research Prize

Aydilek Receives ASCE Research Prize

Ahmet Aydilek
Ahmet Aydilek

Clark School Associate Professor Ahmet Aydilek has been selected as the 2011 recipient of the prestigious ASCE Walter Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize for his contributions to the area of sustainable geotechnical infrastructure design, microbiological soil improvement, and image-based geomaterial characterization.

The Huber Prize is considered the highest level mid-career research prize in civil engineering, and is awarded to members of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for notable achievements in research related to all areas of civil engineering.

March 30, 2011


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