UMass Public Engagement Project (PEP) Chooses CEE’s Song Gao and MIE’s Shannon Roberts as PEP Fellows
As PEP Fellows, Gao will help stakeholders to understand ride-sharing decision-making, and Roberts will communicate her recent research on automated trucking.
During 44 years at UMass, he published over 160 journal papers and authored many books, including a comprehensive handbook: Introduction to Queueing Networks.
Perry’s research aims to transform X-ray crystallography, a renowned method that reveals the 3-D structure and function of protein molecules.
UMass Amherst study used data collected from 9,300 miles of road.
Platt is visiting UMass Amherst as part of the Annual Distinguished Scientist and Engineer Seminar Series.
Disadvantaged Communities in Massachusetts Twice as Likely to Have Poor Roads—and Pay the Cost in Gas
New research quantifies how the impact of poorly maintained roads disproportionately impacts residents across the state.
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.
His talk gave highlights of a National Academy of Engineering report on how engineering education programs can better develop advanced manufacturing capacities.
Bardin adds this honor to a DARPA Young Faculty Award, NSF CAREER Award, IEEE Outstanding Young Engineer Award, Office of Naval Research YIP Award, and others.
The paper explains river-volume estimates and expected accuracy of NASA’s SWOT satellite mission, thus promoting likely global-scale advances in hydrology.