Engineering Archive

Daniel Walczyk, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – A Sustainable Approach to Manufacturing Advanced Composite Materials as Part of a Renewable Resource Economy

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week: Renewable resources will continue to be of great importance in the

Robert Krueger, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Overcoming the Hubris Problem in Engineering for Development Projects

Providing development projects in foreign countries does not always go as planned. Robert Krueger, professor of

Daphney-Stavroula Zois, University at Albany – Using Artificial Intelligence to Aid Farmers in Africa

On University at Albany Week:  Artificial intelligence can serve many purposes. Daphney-Stavroula Zois, Assistant Professor of

Karl Lewis, Cornell University – Novel Approaches to Study Early Cell Changes in Musculoskeletal Disease

On Cornell University College of Engineering Week:  How do we better understand cell communication? Karl Lewis,

Uli Wiesner, Cornell University – Molecular-Engineering Cancer Therapeutics

On Cornell University College of Engineering Week:  Some of the best engineering successes can be hard

Lara Estroff, Cornell University – Pathological Mineralization

On Cornell University College of Engineering Week:  The machinery in our bodies that creates bones or

Khurram Afridi, Cornell University – Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles

On Cornell University College of Engineering Week:  How do we charge electric cars more efficiently? Khurram

Franco Montalto, Drexel University – Building Urban Climate Resilience through Integrated Research, Teaching, and Engagement

On Drexel University Week:  Climate change will lead to numerous challenges. Franco Montalto, professor in the

Guangqing Chi, Penn State University – Infrastructure in Rural Alaska

Fixing infrastructure in rural areas can be difficult. Guangping Chi, professor of rural sociology and demography

Larry Pileggi, Carnegie Mellon University – Keeping the Power Grid Safe from Mother Nature and Human Nature

On Carnegie Mellon University Week:  A failure in the power grid could have serious consequences. Larry