Degree programs in four engineering departments, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical and Industrial Engineering stress problem solving and teamwork.
The School of Engineering Technology has merged into the Lowell Institute School. Prospective students should connect to the Lowell Institute School webpage and also explore the undergraduate program offerings of the College's core departments listed above.
News & Events
ECE Associate Professor Yunsi Fei was awarded a $522K NSF Grant to create "A Unified Statistics-Based Framework for Side-Channel Attack Analysis and Security Evaluation of Cryptosystems".
MIE Professor James Benneyan, director of the Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, hosted the annual Healthcare Improvement Scholars Meeting to showcase methods to reducing the healthcare crisis.
MIE Associate Professor Moneesh Upmanyu is studying the growth of nanowires on liquefied metal droplets in order to create more energy efficient items such as batteries or solar panels.
ECE Associate Professor Jennifer Dy is one of only 100 young engineers in the country to be invited to attend the 2013 National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium.
MIE Professor Constantinos Mavroidis explains how 3-D printing technology is revolutionizing the health care industry by allowing patients to receive smart, customizable orthotics designed to fit their anatomy perfectly.
Chemical Engineering Seminar
Speakers: Lin Wang, Kyoto University, "2D & 3D Matrixes Assembled via Interfacial Polyelectrolyte Complexation for iPS Cell Expansion and Differentiation" & Li Liu, Kyoto University, "Combinatorial Screening of Gelatin Nanofibers as Cellular Scaffolds to Expand HPSCS for Long-Term Period"