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// Engineering Physics
December 13, 2016
Tags: EP, Greg Piefer, nuclear engineering, SHINE Medical Technologies
// Industrial & Systems Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering
December 12, 2016
Tags: Faculty, grant, ISyE, research, Rob Radwin, smartphone, Yu Hen Hu
// Civil & Environmental Engineering
December 9, 2016
Tags: CEE, GeoChicago conference, geological engineering, GLE, graduate student, Likos, students
// Chemical & Biological Engineering
Tags: CBE, China, Hong Kong, John Yin, Rafael Chavez, students, summer lab
// Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Tags: In the Media, Xconomy
// Electrical & Computer Engineering
December 8, 2016
Tags: fellow, Hongrui Jiang, IEEE
// Materials Science & Engineering
Tags: In the Media, Xudong Wang
// Engineering Physics, Materials Science & Engineering
Tags: Alexander Mairov, EP, graduate student, Kumar Sridharan, nanoceramic material, nuclear reactor
Tags: CBE, Clarivate Analytics, dumesic, highly cited researchers, Huber
December 7, 2016
Tags: BadgerLoop, In the Media