The College of Engineering is pleased to honor Associate Professor James Rinderle as he retires from the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department.
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.
McBeath studies water and wastewater treatment, while Zhang works on electronic design automation, integrated circuits, and computer architecture.
MIE undergrads Isabella Lambros, Ilya McCune-Pedit, and Ryan Packer receive honors at American Society of Mechanical Engineers poster competition.
A cross-campus effort by faculty at UMass Amherst and UMass Boston has been funded by a $499,972 Sloan Foundation grant.
Mathew Lackner’s Article in The Conversation About Floating Wind Turbines Is Being Widely Distributed
Lackner notes that floating wind turbines will become increasingly deployed in California and across the globe, and he succinctly describes how they work.
Rao’s new project is part of her overall research to develop neuroengineering techniques to study the nervous system and neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Jessica Schiffman Receives NSF Grant for the Sustainable Manufacture of Polymer Membranes for Water Purification
Schiffman will use NSF grant funds to produce polymer membranes through a sustainable manufacturing process that for the first time is free from toxic solvents.
NSF-BSF grant supports research into revolutionary catalysts that can play a key function in a sustainable chemical industry that minimizes carbon emissions.
UMass Amherst selects College of Engineering students Lauren Brown, Lauren Kelly, and Tergel Molom-Ochir for the fall 2022 class of Rising Researchers.