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Hung is developing a non-toxic manufacturing process for separation membranes that can be used in everything from water purification to kidney dialysis. 

Three College of Engineering undergraduates are among 20 UMass students working as productive, educational, and paid summer interns in advanced research labs.

See UMass News Office story. 

The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers names MIE alumna and Intel Corporation Senior Principal Engineer Tiffany Sargent to its 2022 Class of Fellows. 

Winning paper introduces microwave engineers to quantum computing and explains how their distinctive expertise can enrich this field. 

Ping uses graphene, as thin as a single carbon atom, to make microelectrodes in a microfluidic device “ideal for high-performance electrokinetic analysis.” See UMass News Article. 

CEE researchers will study better ways to retrofit older reinforced buildings so that communities often subjected to earthquakes can return quickly to normal. 

Hari Balasubramanian is working with a coalition in New Jersey to better deliver care to patients facing physical, mental, and socio-economic challenges. 

Assistant Professor Lauren Andrews, the Marvin and Eva Schlanger Faculty Fellow in the Chemical Engineering Department, has received a three-year, $1.4-million grant from the National Science Foundation for a collaborative project to engineer synthetic bacteria that can neutralize toxic contaminants found in drinking water. See News Medical Life Sciences and News Office release.

Jessica Schiffman of the Chemical Engineering Department has been named the first recipient of the Gary Lapidus Faculty Fellowship in Chemical Engineering. 

PI Michael Zink will lead an effort, funded by a $399,676 National Science Foundation grant, to expand a cutting-edge UMass Amherst computer cluster. See UMass News coverage. 

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