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09/28/2018
Graduate Student wins DAGSI award for work with Algorithmic Processing
A 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
Paris 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 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
A senior mechanical engineering major is studying the behavior of Bulk Metallic Glass through the use of micro-electrical discharge machining.
08/10/2018
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.
08/02/2018
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.
07/30/2018
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.
07/11/2018
Chemical engineering students test for arsenic levels in water
Undergraduate 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
Two Miami engineering students study different properties of clay bricks to see what would create the most combustion.