COLLEGE NEWS HIGHLIGHTS November 2015

VeteransU App Helps Vets Adjust to Life at SU

A team of computer engineering graduate students has built a mobile application to inform and connect veterans as part of a collaborative effort at Syracuse University.


Novel Algorithm Simulates Water Evaporation at the Nanoscale

Professor Shalabh Maroo and graduate student Sumith YD have developed a molecular dynamics tool that allows for the study of a range of heating and cooling problems.


In Defense of Online Medical Records

Electronic medical records will provide efficiencies in healthcare and valuable data about health, but patients’ privacy must be preserved. Professor Yuzhe Tang’s research focuses on making these records useful and secure.


Bond Secures NSF Grant for Biomass Catalyst Research

Professor Bond intends to accelerate the design and discovery of catalysts used for refining biomass by adding computer science to the mix.


Syracuse University and Nanjing University Form Green Buildings Partnership

An agreement will promote cooperation in environmental and energy research and education between two universities that are internationally known for contributions to the field of sustainability.

Dean’s Panel Addresses Ways To Boost Student Involvement in STEM

Syracuse University is addressing the challenges in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education and is working to attract more students into the fields.

Tagbo Niepa ’09, G’14, Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering

Niepa reflects on his experiences at Syracuse University and offers advice to current students.

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