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  • Koushil Sreenath Presents Talk on Unmanned Aircraft Systems

    MechE Assistant Professor Koushil Sreenath was recently invited to speak about small, unmanned aircraft systems by JASON, the independent scientific advisory group to the U.S. government. His talk was titled, "Aerial Load Transportation in the 2020s — A Glimpse into the Future."  Read More
  • Thomson-Reuters Names Four Engineering Professors Most Cited

    Thomson-Reuters' most recently published list of the world's Most Highly Cited Researchers in Sciences and Social Sciences features four College of Engineering faculty members: ChemE Professors Neil Donahue and Ignacio Grossmann, CEE Professor Gregory Lowry and President Subra Suresh. 
  • De Boer Published in IEEE Xplore

    MechE/MSE Associate Professor Maarten De Boer's research, titled "Constant Velocity High Force Microactuator for Stick-Slip Testing of Micromachined Interfaces" was recently published in IEEE Xplore.  Read More
  • Tilton, Przybycien Published in Science Direct

    ChemE/BME Professors Robert Tilton and Todd Przybycien recently published research on nanoparticle transport in Science Direct. The research, titled "Transient Marangoni Transport of Colloidal Particles at the Liquid/Liquid Interface Caused by Surfactant Convective-Diffusion under Radial Flow," was funded by Proctor & Gamble.  Read More

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