Recent News

Visit from Prof. Sweeney

Today Prof. Deborah Sweeney visited the Centre for Infrastructure Engineering at Kingswood. After a general meeting, Prof. Sweeney was invited to formally open the new large scale experimental flume in a ribbon cutting ceremony. She also toured the Advanced Composite Materials Laboratory and was shown a diverse range of CIE projects including 3D printed bridge connectors and solar tile moulds, salt spray testing and environment chambers, environmentally friendly NOx absorbing coatings and plastic recycling experiments.

PhD Graduation

WSU recently held its May Graduation ceremony. We are happy to see our own Dr Richardson Joseph, under supervision of A/Prof. Baolin Wang and Prof. Samali, formally graduate. Congratulations Richardson!

Capability Statement

CIE is now distributing our Capability Statement, it is the latest publication to showcase our laboratories, projects and people.


Recently CIE Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr Babak Abtahi was successful in promoting his work in the universities Future-Makers publication. This is an excellent avenue for showcasing the work we do here at CIE. Congratulations Bob!


Structural Assessment and Health Monitoring (SAHM)

Structural Assessment and Health Monitoring unit at the Centre for Infrastructure Engineering at Western Sydney University is a world class facility at the leading edge of civil infrastructure. SAHM has professional and dedicated team members with strong theoretical background and practical expertise, including infrastructure engineering and asset management, structural control, health monitoring and rehabilitation planning.