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Three Faculty Members Receive NSF CAREER Award

From exploring the blood brain barrier to exploring applications for biomass to exploring thermal management of electronics, these prestigious early career development awards will support Professors Bond, Maroo, and Nangia’s research.

The Science of Slime — Why We Care Where Biofilms Stick

New research in Professor Dacheng Ren’s lab provides an important step forward in understanding how medical instruments and surfaces can be reengineered or altered to repel infection-causing bacteria.

$3.2M ARPA-E Grant Awarded by Department of Energy

Professor H. Ezzat Khalifa is leading a team to develop a system that transforms the way office buildings are heated and cooled to improve occupant comfort and reduce energy costs.

Professor Biao Chen Named IEEE Fellow

The designation of Fellow was awarded for Chen’s contributions to decentralized signal processing in sensor networks and interference management of wireless networks.

Student Highlight — Bioengineer Awarded for Research

2016 Class Marshall Alexis Peña, received outstanding research awards for her poster presentations at two notable conferences.

Simulated UN Negotiations Teach the Role of Science in Policy-Making

Professor Todorova simulated global mercury negotiations in her environmental engineering class based on her experiences serving as a science observer for the UN Intergovernmental Negotiations Committee.

Alumni Highlight — Ross DiLiegro ‘07, G ‘09

“The Most Interesting Walk-On in the World” reflects on his Syracuse University experience.

  Nunan Lecture & Research Day

Cyber, Wireless, and Big Data is the theme for this year’s annual event. Dean H. Vincent Poor from Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science will deliver the keynote lecture, Fundamental Limits on Information Security and Privacy. Registration required by Monday, March 30th.

  223 Link Hall   |   Syracuse, NY 13244  |  315.443.2545

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