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Contact Info

Department of Civil and Materials Engineering
University of Illinois at Chicago
2095 Engineering Research Facility
842 W. Taylor Street (M/C 246)
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7023


Phone: (312) 996-3428
Fax: (312) 996-2426

CME Administration

Karl J. Rockne, Professor and Interim Department Head

Michael McNallan, Professor and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies

Eduard Karpov, Associate Professor and Associate Head for Undergraduate Studies

Abolfazl Mohammadian, Professor and Associate Head for Graduate Studies

Map & Directions

UIC is strategically located in Chicago's Near West Side. Convenient access to both city and suburbs is provided by excellent public transportation as well as by all major expressways. UIC also operates a shuttle bus service for those riding the suburban commuter trains.

By Car

UIC is just west of the junction of three major expressways - Eisenhower (I-290). Kennedy (I-90/94), and Dan Ryan (I-90/94) east) - and several exits provide access to the campus. City streets entering the campus include Ashland, Damen, Halsted. Harrison, Morgan, Racine, Roosevelt, and Taylor. From Downstate, both I-55 and I-57 feed into northwestbound I-90/94.

By Public Transportation

UIC is served by O'Hare/Congress/Douglas (U of I/Halsted stop) rapid transit trains and several bus lines including No. 60 Blue Island-26th Street, No. 8 Halsted Street, No. 9 Ashland Avenue, No. 7 Harrison Street, No. 12 Roosevelt Road, No. 126 Jackson, and No. 37 Taylor Street (Sedgwick). For CTA route information, call (312) 836-7000 or (800) 972-7000.

By Commuter Train

Downtown terminals - Northwestern and Union stations - are linked to the southbound No. 60 bus on Clinton Avenue. From the Rock Island and Illinois Central terminals take the southwestbound O'Hare/Congress/Douglas rapid transit.

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