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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Under Lock and Key: The Intersection of Cancer Research and Photovoltaics

Some may see Fatima Toor's diverse research interests as eclectic: photovoltaics, biosensors, lasers, and semiconductor optoelectronics may not seem to have much in common at first blush. But Toor, who is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Iowa, doesn't see it that way....

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Mechanical Engineering

UI engineers co-win 5-year, $7.5M grant to apply machine learning to energetic materials design

Rockets and other high-speed flying machines require energetic materials to escape Earth’s gravity or to fly at very high altitudes. Hypersonic vehicles, aircraft that fly at five to 10 times the speed of sound (i.e. at more than a mile per second) demand fuels that release energy at very fast...

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Kari Kozak wins Best Poster for the Engineering Library Division of American Society of Engineering Education

The Engineering Librarians Division Poster Session was held Tuesday, June 18, 2019 during the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference in Tampa, FL.

The ELD Awards Committee (with a few substitutes) listened intently to all presentations, deliberated, and selected...

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