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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
Focus on BIOENGINEERING Faculty and students in the Multi-scale Cardiovascular Bioengineering Laboratory employ state-of-the-art engineering techniques to study the characteristics of different cardiovascular disorder configurations. By better understanding the complex relationships between cardiovascular tissue biology and the surrounding environment they can develop more effective early interventions for the treatment of degenerative and congenital cardiovascular disorders.
Focus on BIOENGINEERING
Women Engineering Students and Faculty Make a Difference. Notre Dame engineering women believe community extends beyond the classroom, textbook skills are directly applied locally and internationally in the field.
Women Engineering Students and Faculty Make a Difference.
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 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
Computational Modeling: A Framework for Predictive Science The multidisciplinary Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Reactive Materials (C-SWARM) focuses on developing a computational framework for predictive science.
Computational Modeling: A Framework for Predictive Science
Next-generation Solar Cells Notre Dame researchers have identified a lower-cost alternative to the organic polymers currently used in solar cells.
Next-generation Solar Cells
Smarter Bonds for Smarter Chemotherapy In the past some cancer therapies have proven almost as devastating as the disease itself. Researchers in the College of Engineering are developing "smart" nanoparticles that can more effectively target cancerous cells, leaving healthy tissue unaffected.
Smarter Bonds for Smarter Chemotherapy

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Notre Dame engineering combines technical inquiry with a creative bent to develop innovators and innovations for the greater good that are consistent with our Catholic mission.

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Xing Named 2014 Young Scientist
Xing Named 2014 Young Scientist
April 16, 2014

The International Symposium for Compound Semiconductors (ISCS) has named Huili (Grace) Xing, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, the winner of the 2014 Young Scientist Award. Established in 1986, the award acknowledges technical achievements in the field of compound semiconductors by a scientist younger than 40 years.

Uhran Named 2014 ASEE Fellow
Uhran Named 2014 ASEE Fellow
April 15, 2014

John J. Uhran Jr., senior associate dean emeritus and professor emeritus of computer science and engineering, has been named a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). The grade of Fellow is conferred upon an individual who has been an ASEE member for a minimum of 10 years and in recognition of his or her outstanding contributions to engineering or engineering technology education.

Notre Dame to Host Third Annual National Robotics Week Event
Notre Dame to Host Third Annual National Robotics Week Event
April 15, 2014

On April 27 (Sunday), the University of Notre Dame will celebrate National Robotics Week in a free, community-wide event at the Morris Inn Ballroom.

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Steven Schmid

Steven Schmid

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Phone: 574-631-9489
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~manufact/
Office: 150 Multidisciplinary Building
Manufacturing, design, tribology, orthopedic implants
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Steven Schmid

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Samuel Jones

Samuel Jones

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Phone: 574-631-5430
Office: 224 C MRB

Samuel Jones

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James Schmiedeler

James Schmiedeler

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Phone: 574-631-6403
Website: http://ame-robotics.nd.edu/LAB
Office: 373 Fitzpatrick Hall

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College of Engineering Associate Professor
Robotics, human motor coordination Machine design Kinematics Dynamics
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James Schmiedeler

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