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Focus on Energy
The college and its researchers have selected five areas in energy research — energy efficiency; safe nuclear waste storage; clean coal technologies; carbon dioxide separation, storage, and usage; and renewable resources — in which they have considerable expertise and through which they will continue to focus their efforts.
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Ogunlowo winner of Anthony Ihedoha Anaebere, Senior Scholarship Award
Musodiq Ogunlowo, rising EE junior, has been selected as the recipient of the 2017-2018 Anthony Ihedoha Anaebere, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Award.
Researchers uncover most complex mineral on Earth
Researchers have uncovered the most complex mineral on Earth
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Professor Antonio Simonetti’s nuclear forensic research to be featured on "What Would You Fight For?" series
Professor Antonio Simonetti's nuclear research for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will be featured during half-time of the Notre Dame vs. Navy football game as part of the university's "What Would You Fight For?" series.
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Next-generation Solar Cells
Notre Dame researchers have identified a lower-cost alternative to the organic polymers currently used in solar cells.
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Tshumbe Solar Project: Notre Dame Works with Diocese and Students in DRC to Build Reliable Electricity and Renewable Energy Skills
The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD) successfully delivered and, with the help of local staff, installed a solar microgrid for the Université de Notre Dame de Tshumbe (UNITSHU) in January, 2014. Keith and Janet Sherin, Brad Pattelli, and General Electric provided generous sponsorship to complete this ambitious project in a remote area of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
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Nanomagnetic Devices Present an Attractive Solution
Assistant Professor Michael Niemier and a team from the departments of computer science and engineering and electrical engineering have been pursuing the design of circuit elements constructed with nanoscale magnets and using the QCA device architecture.
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Making the Most of Wind
Researchers in the Institute for Flow Physics and Control — Clark Equipment Professor Thomas C. Corke, director of the center, and Professor Robert C. Nelson — are investigating distributed active flow control as a way to improve wind turbine performance.
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