Karl Hammond, an assistant professor of Biomedical, Biological & Chemical Engineering, earned recognition for his project, “Lithium–Divertor Interactions and Helium/Hydrogen Trapping in Lithiated Metals.”
Mizzou Engineering Professor Jianlin Cheng is one of the best in the world at using AI to improve healthcare outcomes according to Deep Knowledge Analytics (DKA).
Reg Rogers the Stanley C. Israel Regional Award for Advancing Diversity in the Chemical Sciences from the American Chemical Society for the Northeast Region.
Ferris Pfeiffer, an assistant professor in Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering, helps students learn to shake up their thinking.
Mizzou Engineering’s Jacob McFarland recently received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award in recognition of his early-career success.
MU’s College of Engineering has not one, but two faculty members whose companies were honored as R&D 100 finalists, an international recognition given to only 100 companies worldwide.
When he’s not busy serving as the IT Program’s Director of Undergraduate Studies or in class teaching media technology to hundreds of students, you can find Brian Maurer behind the camera. And his most recent feature film has been racking up accolades across the country.
Being able to explain your work is a critical skill for any engineer, and Andy Winholtz’s efforts to instill it in Mizzou engineers recently earned him the Win Horner Award for Writing Intensive Teaching.
The list of fellows of the American Physical Society reads like a who’s who of the physics world from the 20th Century to the present day. Mark Prelas, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was elected in the most recent group of fellows of the APS.