Yingzi Lin, Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, has received a $400K NSF CAREER for “Bridging Cognitive Science and Sensor Technology: Non-intrusive and Multi-modality Sensing in Human-Machine Interactions”.
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January 13, 2010
CEE assistant professor April Gu and MIE associate professor Kai-tak Wan, have received a grant from DOE to explore how nano-scale cell surface characteristics dictate the microbial transport and migration behavior in contaminant remediation.
December 21, 2009
MIE Associate Professor Nader Jalili is devising a method to use nanorobots in non-invasive cancer surgery that is far more precise and safer than methods that are now available.
December 18, 2009
MIE students develop glove designed to provide stroke victims regain fine motor skills. The ATLAS bimanual rehabilitation glove provided a real-world solution as a senior capstone project.
December 4, 2009
MIE Associate Professor Jeff Ruberti is using “Hybrid Tissue Engineering” to create cornea tissue from collagen that can be used for human transplants.
November 6, 2009
Mariah Dellea (ME'13) and Kerri Liss (IE'13), were part of a 5 person team that placed 3rd in Exxon Mobil Corporation’s Subject Matter Expert Bowl contest at the SWE National Conference.
October 23, 2009
MIE Assistant Professor Ashkan Vaziri has received the Air Force Young Investigator Award to study bio-inspired interfaces for hybrid structures.
October 13, 2009
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Assistant Professor Yung Joon Jung has been awarded a 3-year grant from NSF to develop ultra-high performance carbon nanotubes for use in extremely narrow interconnects.
September 21, 2009
Congratulations Joan Dela Cruz, BSME'13, who has won the Igor Sikorsky Scholarship which covers 50% of tuition for the first year. Recipients also participate in internships at Sikorsky Aircraft. Dela Cruz is only the second COE NUPRIME student to win this award.
September 18, 2009
MIE Assistant Professor Rifat Sipahi has been awarded a $200K NSF grant to reveal the complex interplay between the topology, time delays, and the stability of dynamical systems that couple across networks. The project will have impacts in the fields of networked control systems, human-in-the-loop dynamics and epidemiology.