Creating New Paradigms for Quantum Technology
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Here, strong minds challenge the ordinary with game-changing ideas. From developing life-saving medical devices to advancing technologies for sustainable energy, our students and faculty are conducting groundbreaking research that invites the pursuit of a bold new path to a better future.
Reimagining the possible
Big ideas are born at UMass Amherst Engineering. With top-ranked programs and global research, our inclusive community invites the pursuit of knowledge and dreams.
Innovating solutions to global challenges
The Paros Center for Atmospheric Research at UMass Amherst—co-directed by College of Engineering professors Michael Zink and Brenda Philips—leads research to improve the nation’s ability to forecast, plan for, and respond to shifting climate and hazardous weather.
Shaping the future of sustainability
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UMass Amherst to Launch $11.9 Million Academic Center for Reliability and Resilience of Offshore Wind with Funding from DOE, Mass CEC, Maryland Energy Administration and Others
The five-year effort led by UMass will advance offshore wind energy designed to be reliable, resilient and equitable.
UMass Amherst study used data collected from 9,300 miles of road.
Perry’s research aims to transform X-ray crystallography, a renowned method that reveals the 3-D structure and function of protein molecules.