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  • Visiting Researcher from University of Oklahoma Conducts Tests at NHERI Lehigh
    P. Scott Harvey, Associate Professor in the School of Civil Engineering & Environmental Science, spent five weeks conducting research at NHERI Lehigh.
  • Rick Blum and Jake Perazzone Earn Patent for Secure Communications Invention in Collaboration with Army Researchers
    In August, the CCDC Army Research Laboratory announced that a team of Army and Lehigh researchers received a patent for a secure communications invention.
  • John Fox Receives Funding from DOE for Emission Reduction Technology Research
    The project is in partnership with IIT
  • I-CPIE Team Led by Alberto J. Lamadrid L. Awarded $2.5M from ARPA-E
    The team will develop a framework for asset and system risk management for electricity system operations.
  • I-CPIE Team Led by Muhannad Suleiman Receives Funding from DOE
    Principal Investigator Muhannad Suleiman, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, will collaborate with a team of researchers from Structural Engineering and Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics.
  • ERC Receives Two Funding Awards from the DOE
    These projects will forward I-CPIE’s research thrusts in energy storage and the energy-water nexus.
I-CPIE is developing and promoting a community of successful interdisciplinary research teams working in the area of cyber physical infrastructure and energy systems, which are the interdependent and increasingly adaptive systems that underpin all aspects of our society and economy.

I-CPIE in the News

We mourn the loss of our dear colleague, Peter Bryan, beloved ATLSS IT Systems Manager for 32 years and great supporter of I-CPIE.
P. Scott Harvey, Associate Professor in the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science at the University of Oklahoma, spent five weeks conducting research at Lehigh’s Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) Experimental Facility.
In August, the CCDC Army Research Laboratory announced that a team of Army and Lehigh researchers received a patent for a secure communications invention.

Upcoming Inclusion and Equity Events

 

LU - Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Training

  • The EVERFI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion online training course (sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs & the Health Advancement and Prevention Strategies office) covers identity & selfhood, imposter syndrome, identity transitions, power & privilege, oppression bias & unconscious bias, respect and allyship, and self care.

  • In this online diversity and inclusion training, participants will:

    • Learn about key concepts related to identity, bias, power, privilege and oppression

    • Understand the benefits of being part of a diverse community

    • Develop skills related to ally behavior, self-care, and creating inclusive spaces.

  • This training is self-paced, and takes about one hour to complete.

  • Upon successful completion of the EVERFI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) will provide two follow up sessions:

    • Antiracism 101:  The Foundations of Antiracism

      • This workshop will explore the basic concepts and principles of Antiracism.  Workshop participants will engage in meaningful conversations about the construction of race and racism and what it means to become antiracist.

    • Antiracism 102:  The Antiracist Action Plan

      • This workshop will allow participants to develop concrete strategies for confronting racism and white supremacy.  Workshop participants will engage in the development of an Antiracist action plan that will allow participants to create commitments for change in all aspects of their daily lives. 

  • Click above title for information on how to sign up.  

LU - Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection

  • This exhibition explores the unfolding process of American democracy through an array of photographs that shine a light on significant events of the 20th century and the present—featuring world leaders, the media,  politicians, civil rights movements, and everyday Americans.

  • Coinciding with the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election, the exhibition and related programs will engage issues of democracy in all its forms, providing a platform for participants from all political perspectives to share their ideas and opinions.

  • LUAG Main Gallery, Zoellner Arts Center

  • September 1, 2020 - May 21, 2021

 

Faculty Opportunities