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  • June 22, 2009
    Shashi Murthy, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, is working on bringing his diagnostic tool, which will monitor a patients cardiovascular health to hospitals in the next couple of years. He will not be satisfied until high risk patients are benefiting from the device.
    Chemical Engineering
  • June 12, 2009
    ECE Associate Professor Jennifer Dy is developing a computer algorithm that will try to track the movement of tumors that will allow for detection and targeted treatments.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • June 10, 2009
    MIE Associate Professor, James C. Benneyan, will be the Executive Director of the New England Healthcare Systems Engineering Research Center. The center is funded by the US Dept of Veterans Affairs and will receive $3.4M/yr.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • June 3, 2009
    MIE Professor Andrew Gouldstone was the recipient of the Journal of Thermal Spray Technology Best Paper Award at the International Thermal Spray Conference for his paper "On the Role of Bubbles in Metallic Splat Nanopores and Adhesion". The work shows that the first hundred nanoseconds of liquid droplet impact strongly effects surface adhesion.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • June 2, 2009
    Professors Vince Harris and Carmine Vittoria receive $1.4M from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Navy, and Air Force for advanced magnets and their use in next generation microwave electronics.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • June 1, 2009
    Shashi Murthy, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, has developed a credit card-sized device that uses less than a drop of blood to discover if a patient has heart disease.
    Chemical Engineering
  • May 27, 2009
    As part of IEEE's 125th anniversary, this conference will focus on the next generation of technology that will be available in the next 5-10 years.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • May 15, 2009
    ECE Assistant Professor Mehmet Dokmeci has developed a method of using Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNT) on complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) circuitry that will lead to the creation of new sensor systems.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • May 15, 2009
    April Gu, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering is calculating toxicity levels of pollutants in water samples using prokaryotic real-time gene expressions.
    Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • May 11, 2009
    Using low L/D aspect ratios, MIE Assistant Professor Yung Joon Jung and his graduate students, have demonstrated the benefits of using nanocups and ring geometries.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

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