Chen’s research aims to slash the number of deaths from lack of viable kidney transplant matches and to drive down the number of failed kidney transplants.
As Brown explained his research, “The way that we think about it is that water supply is a risk-based business, and we have to worry about how things go wrong.”
The “Mini-Cheetah” robot provides an important step for boosting gait rehabilitation and upgrading walking after a neurological or musculoskeletal injury.
Biomedical Engineering Associate Professor Yu Chen is working with a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to partner with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to undertake improvements in the clinical performance of pulse oximeters.
Wang’s winning poster uses wind energy as a test case and socioeconomic model to increase the forecasting accuracy for emerging renewable technologies.
Dr. Stephen Fernandez is the Engineering Engagement Specialist within the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). In this role, he focuses on outreach and support for underrepresented students, helping bring these students to the College of Engineering and supporting them once they arrive on campus.
Ting-wei Tang, professor emeritus, receives a commissioned portrait at the 23rd Annual Shirley and Ting-wei Tang Endowed Lecture.
The research of Fan and colleagues on how zeolite crystals form “is critical for learning how to make the materials of the future for combating climate change.”
The award recognizes Krishnamurty for outstanding research excellence and contributions in the discipline of computers and information in engineering.
MIE M.S. Student will develop Kapton, a commercially available polyimide from Dupont, into heat conductors for advanced applications in aeronautics and space.