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As students commenced their Brown academic careers, President Christina H. Paxson and Dean of the School of Engineering Tejal Desai urged them to seek out new perspectives and immerse themselves in research.
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Engineering real-world impact robots 

With a dual appointment in engineering and computer science, Associate Professor Nora Ayanian looks at solutions for end-to-end multi-robot coordination – that is, making a team of robots work without roboticists on hand to monitor their progress.
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Giving wings to a wind turbine blade

Building and executing an experiment to test a novel idea for improving wind turbine efficiency was the senior capstone project of Alex Koh-Bell ’22, funded in part by a spring semester Halpin Prize.
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A bio-inspired wing for tidal energy harvesting

A senior capstone and Halpin Prize winning project of Ilan Upfal ’22.5 focused on optimization strategies for tidal energy capture, an experimental system approached from a signal processing viewpoint.
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A new study associated with the BrainGate consortium offered significant clues about how humans learn and form long-term memories; the findings could provide insights for developers of assistive tools for people with paralysis.
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Alumni Perspective: Dan Leibholz

Corporate Advisory Board member Dan Leibholz credits Brown experiences, in and out of the classroom, for his semiconductor industry success.
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Brown Engineering has named North Carolina State professor Christine Grant ’84 and University of California, Berkeley professor Lisa Pruitt Sc.M. ’90, Ph.D. ’93 as its 2022 Brown Engineering Alumni Medal (BEAM) winners. The presentation of the BEAM medals took place at the annual engineering awards dinner held over Commencement and Reunion weekend.
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A self-propelled robotic swimmer, developed by Brown University students and faculty, could help researchers better understand the complex swimming behaviors of bacteria and other microorganisms.
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Meeting Monica Martinez Wilhelmus

As the Fluids faculty at Brown continues to expand, Assistant Professor Monica Martinez Wilhelmus tackles tangible contributions to climate science.
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