Founder-Director of CPATT Ralph Haas Passes Away
CPATT has received new Northern Transportation Adaptation Initiative (NTAI) Grants
The International Workshop on Crack-Healing of Asphalt Pavement Materials was held by Beijing University of Technology and the International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM) in Beijing.
The RILEM High Performance Asphalt Materials Symposium has been successfully held and organized by the Centre for Pavement and Transportation Technology (CPATT) on October 2nd at the University of Waterloo. This event brought together prestigious professors and researchers from Europe, USA and Canada to share their knowledge and ideas on high performance asphalt materials.
This year CPATT hosted the GRINCH 2019 Meeting and Seminar series on April 25th and 26th at the University of Waterloo. GRINCH stands for “Groupe de Recherche en Ingénierie des Chaussées” or Research Group on Pavement Engineering.
Welcome to our Summer 2017 addition of CPATT News!
We are very proud to announce that the Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering Society (CEGES) UW Chapter, has been named the President’s Best Student Chapter!
After a thorough review of annual reports from 26 student chapters by the Student Affairs committee, CEGES was awarded the top position amidst very keen competition.
The committee travelled to the CSCE Conference in Vancouver, to accept the award in person, and share their experiences with other chapter leaders.
"I am pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Susan Tighe as Deputy Provost, Integrated Planning and Budgeting and Professor Diana Parry as Associate Vice-President, Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion, for two-year terms commencing 1 July 2017," wrote Vice-President, Academic & Provost Ian Orchard in a memo circulated to campus on Tuesday.
Welcome to our Spring 2017 addition of CPATT News!
Welcome to our Winter 2017 addition of CPATT News!
In this newsletter we highlight some of the various projects underway at CPATT. This includes pavement sustainability, the development of a decision-making tool aimed to incorporate sustainable aspects in the management of pavement networks, and the utilization of data from the Long-term Pavement Performance (LTPP) database, to identify effectiveness of highway maintenance procedures in dry-freeze climates.