Groups of SU graduate students and Rwandan students designed and implemented their own field measurements to address research questions they developed on Rwandan lakes and the surrounding environment.Read More about SU Graduate Students Travel to Rwanda for Environmental Research
Bioengineering seniors teamed up with Upstate Medical University to design an infant sleep monitor to be used in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)Read More about Bioengineering Seniors Team Up With Upstate Medical University to Design a NICU Infant Sleep Monitor
Kayla Simon ’19 and Elizabeth Tarangelo ’19 took first place and a $20, 000 prize in the 2018 Panasci Business Plan Competition with their In-Spire wearable asthma inhaler.Read More about Engineering and Computer Science Students Win Panasci Business Plan Competition with Wearable Inhaler Designed During [email protected]
Assistant Professors Makan Fardad and Ian Dean Hosein will each receive a $500, 000 grant to support their research over the next five years.Read More about Engineering and Computer Science Faculty Members Receive Prestigious National CAREER Awards
Fardad is tackling cascading failures by developing a mathematical framework to expose the fragilities that exist within infrastructure networks so that they can be amended before causing large-scale failures.Read More about Investigating Shocks to the System, Fardad Receives CAREER Award
Using light to “write” composites at the microscale could unleash an incredible new range of beneficial chemical, mechanical, and electrical properties.Read More about Writing with Light, Hosein Receives CAREER Award
More than 80 College of Engineering and Computer Science students presented their current research to judges during the college’s 2018 Research Day at the Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel on Friday March 30th.Read More about Winners Announced for the 2018 Engineering and Computer Science Research Day
Invented by Edwin Link in 1929, the Link Flight Trainer was the first mass produced flight simulator. During E-Week 2018, SU students helped children at the MOST fly in a Link Flight Trainer restored by Syracuse University's College of Engineering ...Read More about Engineering and Computer Science Students Help Kids Fly in a Vintage Flight Simulator at the MOST in Downtown Syracuse
Professor Zhen Ma's research team developed a process that combines biomaterials-based cell patterning and stem cell technology to make a 3D tissue model that could mimic early stage human heart development.Read More about SU Research Team Develops 3D Tissue Model of a Developing Human Heart, Could Be Used to Test Safety of Drugs Prescribed During Pregnancy
A personalized cooling system for office workers being developed by Professor H. Ezzat Khalifa and a team of researchers could lower energy costs for some companies by 15%.Read More about SU Research Team Presents Energy Saving Research at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Washington D.C.
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