Professor Paul Barbone (ME, MSE) and Professor W. Clem Karl (ECE, SE) have been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.
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To recognize their contributions to engineering and society, Professor Xin Zhang (ME, ECE, BME, MSE) is the recipient of this year’s Charles DeLisi Award and Lecture, and Assistant Professor Wilson Wong (BME) has received the Early Career Excellence Award.
This course will teach the fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing (AM) theory and how AM is being used in industry to […]
The Research Technician’s primary responsibility is to manage a core facility focused on micro-computed tomography (“microCT”) imaging. The MicroCT […]
By Shruti Bhiwandiwala 2018 has already been a big year for Prof. Brian Walsh. Following a successful collaboration with the […]
In two recent papers published in Physical Review Letters, Associate Professor Douglas Holmes (ME, MSE) outlines two different concepts that push forward our understanding of how soft matter behaves under instable conditions like growth.
Douglas Holmes remembers when he fell in love with bendy things. He was a graduate student in physics, and he wanted to understand why a sheet of paper curves into a loop when you push the ends together.
In November, Assistant Professor Emily Ryan (ME, MSE) was awarded the 2017 Scialog Fellowship for Advanced Energy Storage, along with […]
A team of College of Engineering researchers has won a $1 million contract from the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to develop COSSY (Computational Occupancy Sensing SYstem), a system of sensors that can estimate the number of people in a room and adjust air flow in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) appropriately, with the goal of saving energy.
In a recent paper in Nature Nanotechnology, Assistant Professor Chuanhua Duan (ME, MSE) and his team have quantified water slippages in single graphene nanochannels for the first time and detailed why those data are inconsistent.