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// Engineering Physics, Materials Science & Engineering
April 15, 2016
Tags: Award, Clean Energy Trust Challenge, Energy, engineering mechanics, EP, graduate student, innovation, MS&E, solar energy, startups
// Chemical & Biological Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Engineering Physics, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Industrial & Systems Engineering
April 13, 2016
Tags: Faculty, research, UW2020, WARF Discovery Initiative
// Materials Science & Engineering
April 9, 2016
Tags: art, awards, competition, photo
// Engineering Physics
Tags: advanced nuclear summit, EP, Faculty, Kumar Sridharan, nuclear engineering, Raluca Scarlat, research
// Industrial & Systems Engineering
Tags: Award, Carayon, healthcare, ISyE, safety
April 6, 2016
Tags: Educational Innovation, event, News
Tags: Faculty, Izabela Szlufarska, materials research society, Materials Science and Engineering, spring meeting
// Civil & Environmental Engineering
April 5, 2016
Tags: alumni, civil and environmental engineering, construction, students
Tags: CEE, EPD, In the Media, James Tinjum, wind power, Wisconsin Public Radio
// Electrical & Computer Engineering
April 4, 2016
Tags: antennas, broadband, communication, Electrical and computer engineering, engineering, grants, high frequency, military comunication, office of naval research, research