Govind Srimathveeravalli Receives Acorn Innovation Grant Award from MassVentures
The grant funds a high-quality “liquid biopsy” technique that allows for far greater sampling of potentially malignant tissue than the standard needle biopsy.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Selects MIE Alum Aaron Dollar as an IEEE Fellow
Dollar, a professor in the Yale University School of Engineering and Applied Science, was a 2016 recipient of a UMass College of Engineering Young Alumni Award.
College of Engineering Honors James Manwell Upon His Retirement
Manwell is the founding director of the UMass Amherst Wind Energy Center and a pioneering researcher, author, and teacher in the field of wind energy.
Shannon Roberts Appears on WalletHub as an Expert on Driving
Roberts, MIE’s expert on driver-vehicle interactions, gives professional advice related to the WalletHub rating of “2023’s Best & Worst States to Drive in.”
Civjan appointed Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs for the College of Engineering
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Scott Civjan, civil and environmental engineering, to the role of Associate Dean.
James Rinderle Retires After a Distinguished Career
The College of Engineering is pleased to honor Associate Professor James Rinderle as he retires from the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department.
Welcome to New Faculty Members Sean McBeath and Xuan “Silvia” Zhang
McBeath studies water and wastewater treatment, while Zhang works on electronic design automation, integrated circuits, and computer architecture.
Royal Society of Chemistry Selects Article by Yanfei Xu and Students for “Most Popular Papers of 2022”
Xu’s paper stresses the possibilities and inspiring opportunities for future applications of thermally conductive polymers with metal-like thermal conductivity.
Three MIE Students Win Awards at Prestigious ASME Conference
MIE undergrads Isabella Lambros, Ilya McCune-Pedit, and Ryan Packer receive honors at American Society of Mechanical Engineers poster competition.
UMass Engineering, Computer Science Faculty Working to Diversify STEM Culture
A cross-campus effort by faculty at UMass Amherst and UMass Boston has been funded by a $499,972 Sloan Foundation grant.