Cooler chips mean smaller devices - Removing a roadblock to smaller transistors using 2-D materials
Removing a roadblock to smaller transistors using 2-D materials
As transistors get more dense and powerful, they generate more damaging heat. UVA Engineering researchers are developing a cooling device that could overcome this problem.
UVA Engineering’s Remarkable Grassroots Effort Could Redefine the Information Age
As researchers reach the limits of silicon’s properties, UVA Engineering’s Multifunctional Materials Integration (MMI) initiative seeks advanced semiconductor materials.
Wadley and Dong win IJMS Best Paper Award
Liang Dong and University Professor Haydn Wadley awarded the 2017 Werner Koester Award for best paper from International Journal of Material Science.
UVA Engineering Welcomes New Faculty, Innovation in 2016-2017
The University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science welcomes five new teaching faculty and 16 new tenured and tenure-track faculty in 2016-2017, most for joint...
Excellence Through Diversity
Nationally Recognized Racial Justice Expert Addresses Higher Education Diversity Challenges
America’s colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to transform themselves into pockets of racial democracy and justice because they are institutions of knowledge and...
Professor Robert Kelly Recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Corrosion Science
Materials Science and Engineering Professor Robert Kelly has been named the 2016 recipient of the H. H. Uhlig Award from the Electrochemical Society’s Corrosion Division, another...
Technology and Innovation
UVA Engineering to Help Drive Advances in U.S. Manufacturing
The University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science has earned a place in a new, $140 million coalition aimed at driving technological advances in American...
Experiential Learning Pioneer
UVA Engineering Says Farewell to a Leader Whose Career Was Educating the Next Generation of Engineers
Engineers learn by doing. That is the reason Professor George Cahen often gives for championing experiential learning at UVA Engineering—and it is a lesson Cahen, now retiring...
Beaming Smiles, Bright Futures
UVA Engineering Celebrates 2016 Graduates
On Sunday, May 22, 2016, UVA Engineering celebrated 821 students who earned engineering degrees, including 628 undergraduate students, 136 master’s degree students, and 57...
Renowned Researcher, Educator John Scully Earns International Teaching Award
John R. Scully, UVA’s Charles Henderson Chaired Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and interim department chair, has earned the Electrochemical Society’s 2016 Henry B...