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Focus on ENERGY Innovative Plasma Aerodynamic Control Effectors designed by Clark Equipment Professor Thomas C. Corke, director of the Institute for Flow Physics and Control, are being used in a joint project with Professor Robert C. Nelson to enhance energy capture from a wind turbine and reduce the noise produced by it.
Focus on ENERGY
Iris Recognition Accuracy Biometrics researchers at Notre Dame have found errors in the National Institute of Standards and Technology report that discusses how iris aging affects the accuracy of iris recognition.
Iris Recognition Accuracy
Focus on SECURITY The texture of the iris has long been thought to be an unchanging biomarker. Studies of basis phenomena associated with iris recognition technologies conducted by researchers in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering have proven otherwise. This has led to changes in the ISO standard for iris template.
Focus on SECURITY
Focus on the ENVIRONMENT Notre Dame engineering faculty, in conjunction with researchers from Argonne National Laboratory, are developing thermodynamic and kinetic models of bacteria to better understand bacteria-water-rock interactions and predict heavy metal and radionuclide transport in the environment for both prevention and remediation efforts.
Focus on the ENVIRONMENT
The Tshumbe Solar Project Notre Dame is helping to solve the challenge of limited access to electricity and connectivity for a university in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Tshumbe Solar Project
Building a Top Turbine Engine Component Facility Notre Dame, in conjunction with five public and private partners, is constructing what will be the nation's foremost research and test facility for the turbine engine industry. Located in South Bend's Ignition Park, it will be fully operational in July 2016.
Building a Top Turbine Engine Component Facility

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Jena Receives 2014 MBE Young Investigator Award
Jena Receives 2014 MBE Young Investigator Award
October 22, 2014

Debdeep Jena, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been selected as the 2014 Young Investigator by the International Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) Advisory Committee. He is being recognized for “using MBE to unravel new electronic and photonic phenomena in polar semiconductor heterostructures, and for sustained leadership in the demonstration of their device applications.”

Prof. Thomas C. Corke honored at October 4 Home Football Game
Prof. Thomas C. Corke honored at October 4 Home Football Game
October 16, 2014

As stated by the Office of the Provost, "the university is not simply shaped by its faculty; rather, they define it, taking ideas about teaching, research, and mission and putting them into practice on a day-to-day basis with students and colleagues in any number of settings."

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held at Ignition Park Site of Notre Dame Turbomachinery Facility
Groundbreaking Ceremony Held at Ignition Park Site of Notre Dame Turbomachinery Facility
October 16, 2014

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Wednesday (Oct. 15) for two multitenant office buildings at South Bend’s Ignition Park, which will include space for the University of Notre Dame’s new Turbomachinery Facility.

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Michael Lemmon

Michael Lemmon

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Phone: 574-631-8309
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~lemmon/
Office: 264 Fitzpatrick Hall
Research Interests: Many large-scale systems are automatically managed through networks of computers that are tied to sensors and actuators. The resulting sensor-actuator networks (also called networked control systems)fuse computational and physical processes in a manner that is often poorly ...
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Michael Lemmon

Research Interests: Many large-scale systems are automatically managed through networks of computers that are tied to sensors and ...
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