McBeath studies water and wastewater treatment, while Zhang works on electronic design automation, integrated circuits, and computer architecture.
UMass Amherst selects College of Engineering students Lauren Brown, Lauren Kelly, and Tergel Molom-Ochir for the fall 2022 class of Rising Researchers.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has elevated Wolf and Xia to a distinction reserved for IEEE members with extraordinary accomplishments.
Three students from the College of Engineering were recognized during the recent Innovation and Entrepreneurship Academy Awards night.
Mercy Kyatha recently received two prestigious recognitions: an International Fellowship from the AAUW and a Google Lime Scholarship.
The students’ winning device reveals vulnerabilities in a widespread RFID communication protocol that is used in a majority of global access control systems.
List of “Highly Cited Researchers” places Wu and Xia among global researchers “who have demonstrated exceptional influence through their published papers.”
Ting-wei Tang, professor emeritus, receives a commissioned portrait at the 23rd Annual Shirley and Ting-wei Tang Endowed Lecture.
Researchers invent a non-toxic, inexpensive process that upcycles little-used music technology into health-monitoring sensors and solves a major waste issue.
Yao and Colleagues Publish Paper in Science Advances Describing Pioneering Sensors for Cardiac Tissue
A research team led by Jun Yao has invented nano-electronic sensors capable of probing electrical and mechanical cellular responses in cardiac tissue.