• AI Researcher Talks About What We Can Learn by Racing Autonomous Cars

    UVA Engineering’s Madhur Behl, an expert in artificial intelligence for safe autonomous driving, joined the Darden School’s “Good Disruption” podcast to discuss the state of driverless car technology.

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  • Two UVA Engineering Faculty Members Among Second Group of Shannon Faculty Fellows

    MAE’s Matthew Panzer and incoming ECE professor Mathews Jacob have been named Shannon Center Mid-Career Fellows.

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  • Synthetic Blood Platelets Might Be as Good as the Real Thing to Stop Bleeding

    In emergency medicine, access to blood-clotting platelets has long been a problem due to short shelf life and limited supplies. A UVA professor’s startup company might have the solution.

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  • Need To Know: Engineering Skills To Get a Job in the 'New Industrial Revolution’

    Professor Qing (Cindy) Chang explains how students can prepare to find work in the modern manufacturing industry, including the automotive sector.

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  • Every Breath You Take: Invention Detects Breathing Problems Before It’s Too Late

    A device co-developed by an emeritus professor of electrical and computer engineering and his Ph.D student could measure labored breathing as precisely as a thermometer takes your temperature.

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  • How Data Analytics Helped Swimmer Kate Douglass Become a Paris Favorite

    Computer science alumna and Olympic swimmer Kate Douglass is using data to climb the podium and secure her future with a graduate degree in statistics.

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  • Computer Science Alumnus Named Dean of Tulane University School of Science and Engineering

    Hridesh Rajan, a former Ph.D. advisee of associate professor Kevin Sullivan, is known for designing the Boa programming language and leading Iowa State’s data science programs.

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  • How Science, Math and Tech Can Propel Swimmers to New Heights

    Engineering and computer science student researchers contribute to a highly read paper on how biomechanical data can make swimmers go from competitive to elite.

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  • Shear Genius: UVA Finds Way To Scale Up Wonder Material, Which Could Do Wonders for the Earth

    UVA researchers have found a way to scale up a substance called MOF-525, which could turn captured carbon dioxide into something useful.

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  • Virginia Students Aid Election Cybersecurity Ahead of Fall Elections

    Ahead of what may be a contentious presidential election, UVA students together with students from five other Virginia universities are helping to make sure voting will be secure and trustworthy.

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  • Full Power: The Inspiring Life of Kitty O'Brien Joyner

    This is the story of the first female engineer at NASA, who was also the first woman to graduate from the UVA School of Engineering.

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  • Air Force ROTC Expands Flight Opportunities for Cadets With Help From UVA Engineering

    The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is upgrading its flight simulator and will donate the old one to UVA’s Air Force ROTC detachment, says MAE chair Richard Kent.

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