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Novel coronavirus and its effect on University science laboratories has kept engineering student Portia Tieze from working on campus this summer — so she brought the lab to her apartment to continue her research.
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Cloud Agronomics — a student and alumni venture launched with support from the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship — uses hyperspectral imaging to detect crop-borne diseases that destabilize food supplies and cost farmers billions.
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Ph.D. candidate Yuan Liu will graduate this May with his doctoral degree in chemistry, after utilizing the Open Graduate Education program to earn his engineering master's degree in May 2018.  In July, he will begin a postdoctoral associate position at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Center for Ultracold Atoms.
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A team of engineering faculty, students, alumni and other collaborators are designing and creating prototypes for low-cost ventilators with a device constructed of 3D printed and off-the-shelf components specifically designed for the COVID-19 crisis.
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Designing a future

DiMase Family Summer Internship recipient Eric DuBois ’20 is passionate about the intersection of design and research, and where the two may lead.
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Understanding complex fluids

Assistant Professor Jesse Ault looks to predict fundamental behaviors in complex fluids, an essential step to solving big picture challenges.
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Synergy in science

Professor Kimani Toussaint joins the Brown Engineering faculty, cultivating inspiration for new collaborations in engineering and beyond.
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Unmasking fluid mechanics

Brown Professor of Engineering Roberto Zenit believes in the importance of understanding and predicting fluid behavior.
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Steeled for success

Alumnus Harvey A. Heffner ’61 co-owns Empire City Iron Works, which manufactures, installs, and renovates steel works.
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Delving into deep learning

Sriram R. Jayakumar ’13 Award allows Jon Nelson ’20 to explore deep learning algorithms for embedded devices.
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Designing a lab mystery

“Good afternoon, investigators,” boomed the voice welcoming players into the shadowy, otherworldly scene. “This is a class R, section 8C containment situation.” Eerie string music with intermittent bubbling cauldron sounds plays softly in the background. “We can afford to expose you to the specimens for a limited time. You will enter the unauthorized home laboratory of disgraced chief scientist Ko Tanaka …”
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Stimulating new solutions for deep brain treatment

With help from the Doris M. and Norman T. Halpin Senior Capstone Prize and fellow engineers, Thomas Skipper ’19 investigates steerable guide tubes for deep brain stimulation treatment.
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Vikas Srivastava recently joined the Brown School of Engineering and Center for Biomedical Engineering as an assistant professor. Srivastava’s background is in solid mechanics and mechanics of materials.
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Engineering new solutions

Upon opening its doors a year ago, the Engineering Research Center (ERC) welcomed a host of professors, grad students, and undergraduates into the state-of-the-art space that connects both Prince Lab and Barus and Holley on the Hope St. edge of campus. Professor Iris Bahar talks specifically of how the new space has influenced her work; the interaction, accessibility, and energy of this knowledge hub.
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Aerodynamics researcher navigates course to success

With help from a Carl Nielsen ’56 Summer Research Fellowship, Katie Wu ’19 furthers Breuer Lab work on a robotic flapping wing with implications for both biological and engineering communities.
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Yuri Bazilevs

E. Paul Sorensen Professor of Engineering Yuri Bazilevs works to bridge applied and computational mechanics, applied mathematics, and computer science to solve a myriad of problems.
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Playing it unpredictable

Taking risks and embracing change helped steer Steven Moya ’94 in bold, new directions.
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Networking seismic sensors for earthquake warnings

Pioneering earthquake early warning technologies, Zizmos’ eQuake smartphone application is steadily gaining traction in the commercial industry, bolstered by winning multiple competitions and earning government funding.
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Using nanomaterials for big issues in biomed, biotech

Center for Biomedical Engineering Director Vicki Colvin and the Colvin Lab work with materials that do impossible things, exploring how nanoscale particles interact with the environment and living systems.
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Creating a TruffleBot to Sniff for Chemical Vapors

A non-traditional educational path led engineering concentrator Jason Webster ’18 to the Rosenstein Lab and a Doris M. and Norman T. Halpin Senior Capstone Prize to explore an electronic nose.
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Enabling the disabled with affordable prosthetics

With help from the Doris M. and Norman T. Halpin Senior Capstone Prize and fellow Brown students, Matthew Lo ’18 is designing an affordable prosthetic leg that could change the lives of amputees in developing countries.
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Blending science and art in research

Passionate about visualizing the intrinsic beauty of scientific phenomena, Assistant Professor Daniel M. Harris melds the realms of art and science to aid in understanding fluid mechanics.
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In the rapidly growing intersection between electronics engineering and neuroscience, Caleb Tulloss ’18 seems to have found his place. The electrical engineering concentrator from Weston, Mass. is working to develop a fully-implanted solution to eye-tracking.
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David Borton creates implantable devices class

Bringing together experts across the wide array of engineering and health science fields and demonstrating the importance each one brings, Assistant Professor David Borton created the class Implantable Devices, illustrating how communication and input from multiple areas is key to generating a final product.
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Meet the Faculty: Christopher Rose

Christopher Rose has a rather broad view of his chosen field of communication theory. It’s a cosmic-scale view, one might say.
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Meet the Faculty: Dan Mittleman

Frequencies in the terahertz range could greatly increase the capacity of wireless communications systems. Daniel Mittleman is working to solve technical challenges that would make terahertz improvements possible.
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