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The Daily Hampshire Gazette has published an article about the $6,141,551 grant received by the UMass Transportation Center (UMTC) in the College of Engineering from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT). The large grant will support UMTC’s project to combine and run the state’s Local Technical Assistance Program, the Transportation Training Institute, and the Cooperative Research Program as one unit. The funding runs from...

Dean Tim Anderson has announced that faculty members Erin Baker of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department, Joseph Bardin of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, and Wei Fan of the Chemical Engineering (ChE) Department have been selected as outstanding faculty in the College of Engineering for 2016.

In his announcement, Dean Anderson said that “Dr. Baker received the Outstanding Senior Faculty Award. She was cited by the selection committee for her outstanding record in research, teaching, and service, as well as her demonstrated...

According to a long article in Wind Systems magazine, a team of researchers that includes two engineers from UMass Amherst is developing a new mooring system for floating offshore wind turbines that uses an integrated network of anchors and lines to hold dozens or even hundreds of turbines in place in the ocean in industrial-scale, offshore wind farms. See UMass...

Two students from our Chemical Engineering Department – Katharine Greco and Marianne Sleiman (currently a Ph.D. student at the University of California Berkeley) – have won prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships. “This is excellent news and testimony to the quality of our students and their education,” said College of Engineering Dean Tim Anderson. Read the announcement from NSF, with a complete list of awardees.

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Four College of Engineering undergraduate students were among the eight so-called “Rising Researchers” throughout the whole university campus as designated by the UMass Amherst website Research Next (Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity for a Brighter Future). All four engineering winners were recently profiled, along with the four other Rising Researchers from across the UMass campus, on Research Next. See entire article.

The four engineering winners are seniors Michael Ng...