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Shelley Peyton, Chemical Engineering

Shelly Peyton, chemical engineering, and Jae-Hwang Lee, mechanical engineering, are part of a team working to understand cavitation damage in soft tissues and gels with $2.6 million grant from the Office of Naval Research. Read more from the UMass News Office.

Chul Park

Chul Park

Dr. Chul Park, an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and his former Ph.D. student Dr. Dong-Hyun Chon were recently awarded a U.S. Patent on their pioneering technology to decrease the production of sludge, the byproduct produced from wastewater treatment. See patent information »

“This invention uses a very small anaerobic reactor inserted into the side-stream of the conventional wastewater treatment...

Eric Swanson

Eric Swanson

UMass alumnus Eric Swanson is among a team of researchers that was awarded the $500,000 Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ Prize from the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and has also been named by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as an IEEE Fellow.

The citation for the 2017 Russ Prize reads: “For optical coherence tomography, leveraging creative engineering to invent imaging technology essential for...

Marshall Jones

Marshall Jones

UMass Amherst alumnus Marshall Jones, who earned his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in our Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, will be inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame on May 4 for his pioneering work on industrial lasers. At the organization’s 45th annual induction ceremony in May, Jones will join the likes of other inductees such as Tesla, Edison, and the Wright Brothers. The induction ceremony is billed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame as “The greatest celebration of American innovation…Here we honor and...