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05/22/2020
Dr. Brian Kirkmeyer elected Program Chair Elect of WIED
ASEE is an organization that aims to grow and improve engineering and engineering technology education. Specifically, the WIED is a way for students, staff and faculty alike to promote females and inclusion in these fields.
05/19/2020
MME department produces face shields amid COVID-19 pandemic
The frames are made on a plastic injection molding machine. A mold is cut from metal, and molten plastic is then injected into the mold and cooled until solid.
05/08/2020
Dr. Lei Kerr loans machinery to local hospital
In March, the hospital began to reach out to the university, asking for any materials, like gloves, masks or lab coats, that could be donated. Following the outreach, Dr. Kerr and her colleagues began to think of ways they could help.
04/08/2020
Dr. Eric Bachmann to be new chair of CSE Department
When Dr. Jim Kiper steps down from his position as chair of the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSE) this summer, a new professor, Dr. Eric Bachmann, has been chosen to fill the position.
03/06/2020
Dr. Tawfiq Salem to present research at computer science conference
Recently, his first paper of 2020, titled “Learning a Dynamic Map of Visual Appearance,” was accepted to this year's Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR). CVPR is one of the top and most well-known conferences in the computer science field.
02/13/2020
Dr. Yingbin Hu is Granted Patent
The patent, titled Nano/micro scale porous structured alloys using selective alloying process based on elemental powders, took approximately four years to complete. He began the process while he was earning his master’s degree at The University of Texas System.
10/04/2019
Dr. J Andrew Jones, Ph.D is published in his research on production of psychoactive compound, psilocybin, for medical benefits
Dr. J. Andrew Jones, Ph.D, assistant professor in the Department of Chemical, Paper and Biomedical Engineering, has been published in the Metabolic Engineering journal for his latest work in the production of the psychoactive compound psilocybin through engineered bacteria.
07/26/2019
Miami researchers look into factors affecting truck driver alertness
Miami professors and students have created a study that looks into the factors affecting truck driver alertness.
07/25/2019
Dr. Troy and graduate students work on a software to preserve languages
Ever since 2015 Dr. Doug Troy and his graduate students have been working on a system that would help store digital copies of linguistic material.