News

  • Ready for Liftoff

    NASA Chooses UVA AE Students to Build Satellite


    Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Christopher Goyne’s class is beginning work on a softball-size satellite – called a CubeSat – that within a couple of years will be...

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  • Bio-Inspired Design

    Challenging the Fundamentals of Physics


    In an effort to create highly maneuverable micro air vehicles (MAVs) that can perform such feats, research scientists have been developing and testing a myriad of MAV prototypes...

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  • Faculty Accolade

    CS Chair Named International Fellow


    Kevin Skadron, Harry Douglas Forsyth Professor and chair of Computer Science at the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science, has been named a fellow of...

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  • Entrepreneurship Recognition

    UVA Engineering Team Reaches National Finals for Male Contraceptive Invention


    A UVA Engineering alumnus, Kevin Eisenfrats, has advanced to the national finals in a “Shark Tank”-style competition for his team’s invention of a non-surgical contraceptive for...

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  • Alumni Recognition

    UVA Engineering Alumnus Elected to National Academy of Engineers


    The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) announced today that it has elected UVA Engineering alumnus Charles P. “Chip” Blankenship, Jr., as an academy member, among the most...

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  • Professor Gains National Recognition

    Shayn Peirce-Cottler is a Pioneer of Agent-based Modeling


    Professor Shayn Peirce-Cottler uses agent-based modeling to to shed light on how complex webs of gene expression, chemical signaling, and cell behavior contribute to human...

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  • Student Recognition

    UVA Engineering Grad Student Elected Vice Chair of National Society of Black Engineers


    National Society of Black Engineers members have chosen UVA Engineering graduate student Kristopher Rawls to be the next national vice chair of the organization, while UVA...

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  • NIH Training Grant in Biomedical Data Science

    Jason Papin (Principal Investigator)


    A pre-doctoral training program focused on teaching scientists to work at the interface of computer science, statistics, “big data” and biomedicine.

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  • Powering the Future

    Professor Steven Bowers’ Research Addresses a Fundamental Obstacle to the Internet of Things


    Steven Bowers, an assistant professor in the Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering explains that decades of innovation have pushed complementary metal...

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  • Robot Battles

    UVA Combat Robotics Team Competes in Robogames


    The University of Virginia’s Combat Robotics team’s recent trip to the 2016 RoboGames Combat Robot competition was successful, as the team placed fourth in one of the premier...

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