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23 students and alumni win NSF Graduate Research Fellowship awards or honorable mentions
Four civil and environmental engineering students were named NSF Graduate Research Fellows or as honorable mentions.
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Advanced Multiphoton Microscopy In Vivo
We aim to improve the imaging speed, resolution, penetration depth, and functionality of fluorescence microscopes using a variety of novel engineering techniques. These advanced techniques include, but are not limited to, multiphoton microscopy (MPM), fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM), super-resolution microscopy, adaptive optics, and deep learning methods. We design and build novel microscopes and collaborate with biologists to work on important problems in life sciences.
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Building the Next Generation of Safety-Related Reinforced Concrete Structures for Nuclear Power Plants
Stronger, faster, more reliable — those are the three key words used in a recently funded grant proposal to the Department of Energy (DOE) for the development of advanced reinforced concrete technologies to accelerate construction schedules, reduce costs and build safer nuclear power plants.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2015
Crippa Research on Catastrophic 2015 Indonesian Wildfires Published in ERL
Prof. Paola Crippa's research on the 2015 Indonesian wildfires was published in Environmental Research Letters.
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Face Recognition in the Nose-Job Era
The Wall Street Journal U.S. Edition Review: Ideas Market January 20, 2012 By Christopher Shea Face-recognition technology is crossing a new threshold: identifying people even after they’ve had plastic surgery.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2012
Graduate Student Shuo Yang Awarded Travel Grant for 2018 Annual Meeting of the Seismological Society of America
Graduate student Shuo Yang has been awarded a travel grant by the Seismological Society of America to attend its 2018 Annual Meeting.
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Growth in Notre Dame Research and Scholarship Funding Continues
The University of Notre Dame continued the steady expansion and growth of its research, scholarship, and creative endeavor programs during the most recent fiscal year.
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Kamat Becomes Editor-in-Chief of ACS Energy Letters
Prashant Kamat, the Rev. John A. Zahm Professor of Science in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Radiation Laboratory and concurrent professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, will serve as the inaugural editor-in-chief of ACS Energy Letters, a new peer-reviewed journal from the American Chemical Society.
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Md. Itrat Bin Shams
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More Energy Efficient Transistors through Quantum Tunneling
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame and Pennsylvania State University have announced breakthroughs in the development of tunneling field effect transistors (TFETs), a semiconductor technology that takes advantage of the quirky behavior of electrons at the quantum level.
Located in News & Publications / Press Releases / 2012