The funding will help researchers advance AI-powered medical imaging, develop new lubricants for longer lasting cars, catch cybercriminals and more.
Matilde Sánchez-Peña and partners will study why, despite 20 years of investment, woman make up only 20% of engineering students and tenure-track faculty.
Karla Rosalia Sanchez Lievanos and Emmanuel M. Nsengiyumva will conduct research and outreach on ‘forever chemicals’ and carbon capture technology, respectively.
Moore will assume the role on Sept. 1. She follows the leadership of Rajan Batta, who will continue to serve as associate dean for faculty affairs and recognition.
The funding, from the National Science Foundation, will help train 24 cybersecurity experts who work for the FBI, CIA and other agencies
Project will focus on creating efficient, cheap, durable catalysts for hydrogen-powered fuel cell trucks.