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Travel to India during J-term
Are you interested in learning more about how engineering is conducted in different countries, while taking classes for your major? Consider signing up for the Engineering in Dynamic India study abroad program.
Students investigate surfactants for dish soap applications
Three Miami students are working with proteins to see their effect on surfactant mixtures, a type of substance that reduce the surface tension of a liquids.
Students travel to Italy to learn programing
Computer science and software engineering students traveled to Calabria, Italy to learn programing.
Student designs and researches circuit boards
Stanislav 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.
Steven Fleischauer is researching biofuels for African countries
Senior Miami Student is conducting research on the burning properties of biomass briquettes, a block of combined combustible material used as fuel.
High school students learn to build and program robots
For the past month, high school juniors and seniors arrived at Benton Hall to learn engineering design as they program and build robots.
Nick Schmiesing places in Student Paper Competition
Nick Schmiesing, a mechanical engineering graduate student, took 3rd place in the Student Paper Competition during the 17th International Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference at Purdue University.
Students study thermodynamics in Europe
Engineering students traveled to Europe to learn and explore new countries while learning engineering principles
Andrew Paluch is recognized as an Emerging Investigator
Andrew Paluch, assistant professor in the chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering department, was recognized as an “Emerging Investigator” by the Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data.