UConn Named to Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Institute
The initiative aims to increase small manufacturers’ use of robots by 500 percent. UConn researchers will focus on aerospace & shipbuilding robots.
Dr. Ali Bazzi: Lightning Rod for Power and Energy Education
Dr. Ali Bazzi is leading UConn's movement to reinvigorate and modernize power engineering education. An expert in power electronics, electric machines, and electric drives technologies that transform renewable energy into usable power for the commercial electric grid, Dr. Bazzi has established the Advanced Power Electronics & Electric Drives Lab ...
MTAP Enables Industry-Academic Alliances
Four small Connecticut companies are partnering with UConn engineering faculty members and staff to advance their manufacturing processes, thanks to a special program established by UConn's Office of Economic Development called the Manufacturing Technical Assistance Program (MTAP).
Young Scientist Exchange Takes UConn Researcher to Japan
Engineering professor Anson Ma recently took part in a prestigious U.S.-Japan science diplomacy-style program.
'Science Friction' Brings Scientific Debates to a Public Audience
Engineering professor Jeffrey McCutcheon hosts a weekly radio show that targets scientific controversies.
Engineering Team Awarded NSF Grant for Academic Liaison with Industry
A team led by Pratt & Whitney Chair Professor Robert Gao will conduct research to improve spare parts inventory management in the aircraft industry.
UConn Engineering Researcher Among Handful Selected as ‘DuPont Young Professor’
Jeffrey McCutcheon is one of 14 faculty worldwide to receive the award, based on his water filtration research.
Engineer has NSF EAGER Award to Study Nanoparticle Flow in Bloodstream
Anson Ma's research will help determine whether nanoparticles can improve the delivery of cancer-fighting drugs to tumors.
Exciting developments are always percolating within UConn Engineering. Read a few of the highlights here, from student awards and activities to faculty honors.