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Park Explains Algae Bloom in Lake Metacomet for Gazette Article

Chul Park

Chul Park

Associate Professor Chul Park of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department commented quite extensively in a news story written by staff writer Sarah Robertson in the Daily Hampshire Gazette about a potentially harmful algae bloom affecting Lake Metacomet in Belchertown. Park said that such blooms are usually caused by high temperatures and an imbalance of nutrients in the water.

The College of Engineering Welcomes 10 Talented and Accomplished New Faculty Members

Tammy Haut Donahue

Tammy Haut Donahue

The College welcomes Tammy Haut Donahue, Professor/Department Head, BME; Konstantinos Andreadis, Asst. Professor, CEE;  Seth Donahue, Professor, BME; Govind Srimathveeravalli, Asst.  Professor, MIE; Omar Abdelrahman, Asst. Professor, ChE; Yanfei Xu, Asst. Professor, MIE; Peng Bai, Asst. Professor, ChE; Anuj Pradhan, Asst.  Professor, MIE; Jinglei Ping, Asst. Professor, MIE; and Wen Chen, Asst. Professor, MIE.

Yang and Xia Create First Capacitive Neural Network Experimentally

depiction of the first fully integrated capacitive neural network

Professors Joshua Yang and Qiangfei Xia of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UMass Amherst led a research team from multiple institutions – including the NASA Ames Research Center, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, and the Air Force Research Lab – which has realized the first “capacitive neural network” experimentally, a leap forward in the development of a new neuro-biological architecture that can mimic very useful qualities of the human brain and nervous system.

MIE Ph.D. Student Hagedorn Wins ASME Best Dissertation Award

Thomas Hagedorn

Thomas Hagedorn

The Computers and Information in Engineering Division (CIE) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has selected post-doctoral researcher Thomas Hagedorn of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department as the recipient for this year’s CIE Best Dissertation Award. Hagedorn’s dissertation, directed by MIE Professors Sundar Krishnamurty and Ian Grosse, presents a knowledge-based approach to addressing the existing and emerging challenges of medical device design.

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