Engineers develop prototype of electronic nose

Engineers develop prototype of electronic nose

Nosang Vincent Myung and his team have developed a prototype of an electronic nose, using nanoengineered materials to tune the sensitivity and selectivity to mimic the performance and capabilities of a human nose.
Ruilan Guo to join Polymer editorial board

Ruilan Guo to join Polymer editorial board

  Ruilan Guo, the Frank M. Freimann Associate Professor of Engineering, will join the editorial board of Polymer, an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing innovative and significant advances in polymer physics, chemistry, and technology. Her term begins August 1, 2021.…...
In Memoriam: Edward B. Fitzpatrick Jr.

In Memoriam: Edward B. Fitzpatrick Jr.

Edward B. Fitzpatrick Jr. (ND ’54, Civil Engineering), a member of the College of Engineering Advisory Council for nearly 50 years and the primary benefactor for Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering, died peacefully on Feb. 21, 2021, in Bayville, New York....
David Burghoff receives 2021 NSF Early Career Development Award

David Burghoff receives 2021 NSF Early Career Development Award

  David Burghoff, assistant professor of electrical engineering, has received a 2021 National Science Foundation (NSF) Early Career Development (CAREER) award. The award is one of the NSF’s highest honors given in support of young faculty who have the potential...
Untangling the potential of frequency-modulated combs

Untangling the potential of frequency-modulated combs

A frequency comb is a laser with a twist that emits many uniformly spaced optical wavelengths. The regularity of the spacing between lines — the comb’s teeth — serves as a ruler for measuring light frequencies. David Burghoff,…
Cutting the timeline to improve energy efficiency in manufacturing

Cutting the timeline to improve energy efficiency in manufacturing

    The Notre Dame-led team seeks to tighten the materials development timeline in manufacturing using transfer learning. Long-term solutions for energy use don’t happen overnight. They are most often found through a lengthy process of trial and error. A...
AME announces faculty promotions and new hires

AME announces faculty promotions and new hires

The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering continues to grow and thrive, promoting accomplished faculty and adding new faculty to meet the needs of students and research. Tengfei Luo…
CBE promotions and new faculty

CBE promotions and new faculty

The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering is pleased to announce faculty promotions and new hires for the 2020 academic year. Ruilan Guo has been promoted to Frank M. Freimann Collegiate Associate Professor. Guo joined the faculty in 2012. Her research...
Five engineering faculty receive 2020 NSF CAREER awards

Five engineering faculty receive 2020 NSF CAREER awards

  Five engineering faculty members received National Science Foundation (NSF) Early Career Development (CAREER) awards in 2020, bringing the total CAREER award winners in the College of Engineering to 31 over the last five years. The NSF CAREER award is...
Dowling receives 2020 NSF CAREER Award

Dowling receives 2020 NSF CAREER Award

Alexander W. Dowling, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has received a 2020 National Science Foundation Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, the highest honor given by the U.S. government to young faculty members in engineering and science.…
Wind at her back

Wind at her back

Photo by Donna Abbott Vlahos 2018 - Albany Business Review A high school internship in an Air Force laser laboratory inspired Danielle Merfeld’s interest in technology. As a Notre Dame freshman intent on majoring in electrical engineering…