MIE M.S. Student will develop Kapton, a commercially available polyimide from Dupont, into heat conductors for advanced applications in aeronautics and space.
Attorney General Maura Healey visited the UMass Transportation Center and the Human Performance Lab on Thursday, October 13.
Baker’s paper focuses on how the energy research process can be harnessed to ensure an equitable, technology informed, clean-energy transition.
Ramasubramaniam and collaborators will create enhanced mid-infrared spectrometers for critical uses in biomedical, security, and industrial applications.
MIE’s teen-driving expert Shannon Roberts recommends life-saving, mind-easing, and family-friendly advice for young drivers and their parents.
Cornelison, Gao, Jiménez, and Kulkarni become UMass ADVANCE Fellows working to improve the equity, inclusion, and success of faculty members in engineering.
An interdisciplinary team of UMass researchers, including Dr. Meghan Huber of MIE, has been awarded a grant of $612,700 from the National Institutes of Health to develop novel portable, robotic footwear.
Dr. Mariana Lopes of CEE, Dr. Juan Jiménez of MIE, and Dr. Chul Park of CEE have received awards of up to $100,000 each to pursue their translational research projects.
Sun’s grant will enhance brain organids, which are powerful tools to study fundamental mechanisms underlying human brain development and neurological disorders.
Dr. Shannon Roberts and Dr. Eleni Christofa have had their proposal for a new Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) centered on community-engaged transportation selected for funding by the National Science Foundation. Two other REUs successfully took place at the College of Engineering over the summer of 2022.