11/09/2018
Senior mechanical engineering major won the Best Presentation Award at the Dayton Engineering Science Symposium (DESS)
dess-presentation.jpgChong Liu, won the Best Presentation Award at the Dayton Engineering Science Symposium (DESS) for his research on Micro Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM).
09/28/2018
Graduate Student wins DAGSI award for work with Algorithmic Processing
dagsi-logo.jpgA graduate student in the department of electrical and computer science has received a Defense Associated Graduate Student Innovators (DAGSI) award for his work on Goal-Driven Cognitive Algorithmic Processing for EW.
09/07/2018
A Chemical Engineering major conducted research on particle detectors at CERN in Europe
franz-reu.jpgParis Franz, a senior chemical engineering major, spent her summer in Geneva, Switzerland helping update a portion of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
08/30/2018
A Computer Science major spent 10 weeks studying Cybersecurity this summer
valeria-reu.jpgValeria Mokrenko spent her summer conducting research on Cybersecurity through a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
08/21/2018
Student performs micro-electrical discharge machining on Bulk Metallic Glass
chong-undergrad-research.jpgA senior mechanical engineering major is studying the behavior of Bulk Metallic Glass through the use of micro-electrical discharge machining.
08/02/2018
Student designs and researches circuit boards
circuit-research.jpgStanislav Stanchev is researching direct current (DC) link capacitors, devices that help control direct current of electrical charge, and the energy loss in high frequency switching in semiconductor devices.
07/30/2018
Steven Fleischauer is researching biofuels for African countries
steven-biofuels.jpgSenior Miami Student is conducting research on the burning properties of biomass briquettes, a block of combined combustible material used as fuel.
07/11/2018
Chemical engineering students test for arsenic levels in water
arsenic-research.jpgUndergraduate research is being conducted over the levels of arsenic found in water by two Miami students
07/06/2018
Students research clay bricks for cook stove applications
girls-with-bricks.jpgTwo Miami engineering students study different properties of clay bricks to see what would create the most combustion.