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Million in research expenditures
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Median salary of 2017 - 2018 graduates
Masters and doctoral students
96%
Undergraduate placement rate
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Departments

Department of Biomedical Engineering

Roy J. Carver Department of Biomedical Engineering

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Featured News

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What does AI see? UI researchers discover cancer biomarkers using deep neural networks

Non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) accounts for more than 80 percent of lung cancer diagnoses and is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Current prognostication methods for NSCLC include techniques such as radiomics, which predicts the clinical outcomes (i.e. survival) based on...

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Are you interested in supporting the success of current College of Engineering students, encouraging fellow alumni to support the college, and helping to recruit future Hawkeye Engineers? Alumni who graduated in 2013 or later are invited to apply to join the College’s eGOLD (Engineering...

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Upcoming Events

Standard: Guides and Regulations for Designing and Testing

Tuesday, February, 25 - 5:00 pm

From medical devices to concrete in walkways, standards are part of our everyday life.  This workshop will allow you to gain an introduction to standards and specifications. You will learn about...

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Lunch & Learn: The Value of a Professional Engineers License

Thursday, February, 27 - 12:00 pm

In this session we will learn about the Professional Engineers (PE) License, which kinds of jobs value it, and how it can help you in your career.  Our panel of industry professionals will share...

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Chemical Engineering Graduate Seminar - Professor Vilas Pol

Thursday, February, 27 - 3:30 pm

Professor Vilas Pol, department of chemical engineering at Purdue University, is presenting at the chemical and biochemical engineering graduate seminar on Thursday, February 27th.  Come join us and...

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ME Graduate Seminar - Dr. Ossama AbdelkHalik

Thursday, February, 27 - 3:30 pm

Abstract: In 2012 the world wave installed capacity was less than 5MW, mostly produced on a pre-commercial basis. In 2016, the global ocean energy capacity jumped up to 536MW; this is still less...

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Bouncing Back in Times of Stress: Resiliency

Thursday, February, 27 - 4:00 pm

Learn about bouncing back from situations that do not go as planned and set a path towards success. Please sign up at 24 hours in advance using this link: http://tiny.cc/WorkshopSignUp. 

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Chemical Engineering Professional Seminar - Stacey Cook

Thursday, February, 27 - 5:00 pm

Stacey Cook, Bayer, will be presenting Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace at the CBE:3000 Professional Seminar on February 27th.  The seminar is held from 5:00-5:50 pm in 1505 Seamans...

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