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CoE professor wins $4.79 million nanotechnology contract

In an unusual vote of confidence, the U.S. Army has awarded CoE Professor Shubhra Gangopadhyay a $4.79 million contract to devise miniaturized devices aimed at improving American military capabilities. Gangopadhyay, an electrical and computer engineering professor who heads the CoE’s International Center for Nano/Micro Systems and Nanotechnology, will develop several new ways to combine microchip […]

CoE associate professor wins elite Environmental Protection Agency award

CoE Associate Professor Galen Suppes received an elite Environmental Protection Agency award today for his development of an environmentally friendly antifreeze. Suppes, an MU associate professor of chemical engineering, is the academic winner of this year’s Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award, which recognizes innovative pollution-preventing chemical technologies. A panel of technical experts selected Suppes for […]

“Summer Welcome” paves the way for success in the fall

Summer school for new College of Engineering students isn’t just for academic stalwarts. The series of two–day “Summer Welcome” sessions that the college is sponsoring through July 13 does aim to give students a head start on academic housekeeping chores before fall classes begin. But Summer Welcome is designed to reduce—rather than jump start—school–time stress […]

Curt Davis wins NASA science team appointment

Drawing upon nearly two decades of polar ice sheet research, CoE Professor Curt Davis will begin serving this month as part of a team managing a NASA satellite dedicated to measuring changes in the thickness of Earth’s ice sheets. Davis, an electrical and computer engineering faculty member, is one of eight scientists selected by NASA […]

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