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Bohn to Receive 2017 ACS Electrochemistry Award
Paul W. Bohn has been named the recipient of the 2017 American Chemical Society Electrochemistry Award for his contributions to the field of electrochemical analysis.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Go to receive 2018 NPSS Early Achievement Award
David B. Go, the Rooney Family Associate Professor of Engineering, has been selected to receive the 2018 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society Early Achievement Award.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2018
Kareem Elected as Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
Ahsan Kareem, the Robert Moran Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences, has been elected as a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Origami-inspired Shelters Could Serve Military, Disaster Relief Efforts
A team of Notre Dame engineers had a clear goal: design a shelter that could be quickly deployed in the field but also reduce fuel consumption in heating and cooling.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2015
Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative Announces New Associate Director
Diogo Bolster has been appointed an associate director of the Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) and will direct ND-ECI’s Linked Experimental Ecosystem Facility.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Researchers Receive $2.9 Million for 5-year Monsoon Study
A team of researchers at the University of Notre Dame, led by Harindra Joseph Fernando, are at the forefront of a five-year study to measure oceanic and atmospheric conditions and flow patterns of monsoons across the Indian Ocean, in particular Bay of Bengal, to help improve predictive models.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Taking Multiple Myeloma Down for the Count
When battling cancer, everything is on the table. Radiation therapy. Surgery. Chemo. Advances in nanotechnology have enabled researchers, like Associate Professor Z. Basar Bilgicer, Research Assistant Professor Tanyel Kiziltepe, and their team in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, to encapsulate cancer-fighting/cancer-killing drugs into nanoparticles that can deliver therapeutic drugs directly to the site of a tumor, effectively avoiding healthy tissue and minimizing adverse reactions.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
GE Girls@Notre Dame Summer Camp Encourages Middle-school Girls to Pursue STEM Careers
Local sixth through ninth grade girls will spend a week on the University of Notre Dame campus beginning Monday (July 11) programming LEGO robots, creating a smart phone app, and designing and testing Alka Seltzer rockets, and other activities as part of the third annual GE Girls@Notre Dame summer camp.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2016
What Would You Fight For? Fighting to Walk Again
James Schmiedeler, associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, builds and conducts research with biped robots. Even though physical therapy experience is conspicuously absent from his CV, as an engineer, he sees parallels. “It’s not too hard as an engineer to look at the human body and think of it as a mechanical system, and if you include the nerves, an electromechanical system,” says Schmiedeler. “By attempting to improve the control of robots to conduct smoother, more human-like locomotion, we also hope to better understand where the deficits lie in helping human patients relearn healthy walking.”
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2017
Notre Dame to Lead $26 Million Multi-university Research Center Developing Next-generation Computing Technologies
The University of Notre Dame has been selected to lead a foundational multidisciplinary research center that will share $26 million in funding from the Semiconductor Research Corporation’s Joint University Microelectronics Program and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to expand the growth and leadership of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2018