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April

    • Drexel University

      Botstiber Competition for Senior Design Funding

      April 26, 2017

      Drexel’s College of Engineering and Close School of Entrepreneurship are pleased to announce the Botstiber Competition, a new and exciting opportunity for Senior Design Project funding.

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    • Angeline Aguinaldo

      Student Studies Mitochondria's Role in Cancer

      April 26, 2017

      As a child, Angeline Aguinaldo ’17 always loved images. In fact, she wanted to grow up to be a film or documentary maker. Instead, she’s an engineering five-year B.S./M.S. student at Drexel University who uses pattern recognition software to analyze cell dynamics.

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      An EPA with the Naval Surface Warfare Center

      April 25, 2017

      Drexel University’s College of Engineering has entered into an Education Partnership Agreement with the United States Department of the Navy, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD). Authorized by the Secretary of Defense, EPAs are sought with educational institutions throughout the United States that are dedicated to improving science, mathematics and engineering education. The NSWCPD and College of Engineering recognized the opportunity to work jointly to provide Drexel engineering students access to military staff, and unique facilities and equipment, particularly in their primary research area of surface ship and undersea vehicle machinery components and systems.

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    • Drexel University

      CoE Department Head Wins AWWA Award

      April 25, 2017

      Charles Haas, L.D. Betz professor of environmental engineering and department head of civil, architectural and environmental engineering has been selected to receive the John Leal Award from the American Water Works Association.

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      The Measure of a Dancer

      April 24, 2017

      A spin, a lift, the tilt of a leg, the extension of an arm – dance can be broken down into its elemental form, but the ability to combine those elements to produce a beautiful piece of art is a rare talent. Even more difficult is attempting to reproduce that beauty in a uniform way. But a collaboration between Drexel University engineers and a professional dance company in Philadelphia is taking the first steps to develop an accessible method for formally measuring movement in dance. Their hope is the scientific data gleaned from it could one day support the teaching and appreciation of this form of artistic expression.

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      Drexel University Students Finalists in Business Plan Competition

      April 14, 2017

      College of Engineering Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics student Danish Dhamani and College of Computing and Informatics Computer Science student Paritosh Gupta have been announced as one of only four finalist teams in the 2017 Conscious Capitalism Student Business Plan Competition for their business, Orai.

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    • Grace Hsuan

      CoE Professor to Receive ASTM Award

      April 11, 2017

      Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Professor Grace Hsuan, PhD has been selected by the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials International) D35 Committee on Geosynthetics as the 2017 Recipient of the L. David Suits Award. The L. David Suits Award is an ASTM International Society recognized award given to a distinguished individual whose extensive commitment to the geosynthetic field has made exemplary technical, practical or administrative contributions resulting in a significant leap-forward of knowledge, testing equipment or products.

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      New Research Labs Foster Collaboration at Drexel’s 3101 Market St.

      April 11, 2017

      Collaboration is nothing new for the College of Engineering’s Kapil Dandekar, PhD; Adam Fontecchio, PhD; and Timothy Kurzweg, PhD. The professors have been working together on projects for years and even hold some joint patents together. What is new, however, is where they work: a unique, customized shared lab and office space at 3101 Market St. that’s much more conducive to research than the individual labs they used to have.

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