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Ruobing Bai

Jun 05, 2024

Developing Next-Generation Durable and Sustainable Polymers

MIE Assistant Professor Ruobing Bai received a $110,000 Doctoral New Investigator (DNI) grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund for “Fracture and Toughening of Reconfigurable Polymers: Towards Next-Generation Durable and Sustainable Materials.”

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Jun 05, 2024

Best Paper Runner-Up for X5G Open Testbed

ECE PhD students, and ECE and WIOT faculty and research staff received the Best Paper Runner-Up for their paper, “An Open, Programmable, Multi-Vendor 5G O-RAN Testbed With NVIDIA ARC and OpenAir Interface,” at the 2nd Workshop on Next-generation Open and Programmable Radio Access Networks (NG-OPERA).

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 05, 2024

Best Short Paper Award for Simulating Connected Cars With ColosSUMO

ECE Research Engineer Gabriele Gemmi, Principal Research Scientist Pedram Johari, Assistant Research Professor Michael Polese, and William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia received the Best Short Paper Award for their paper “ColosSUMO: Evaluating Cooperative Driving Applications With Colosseum” at the 2024 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) in Japan.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 05, 2024

Patent for Single-Molecule Protein Analysis

COS/BioE Professor Meni Wanunu received a patent to create a “Method and system for linearization and translocation of single protein molecules through nanopores.”

Bioengineering

Jun 05, 2024

Investigating the Effectiveness of the Longevity Movement

MGEN Associate Teaching Professor Ram Hariharan says the science of longevity is far more complex than much of the anti-aging marketing would suggest. As human clinical trials haven’t yielded definitive results, Hariharan advises sticking to simple and traditional recommendations for longevity.

Multidisciplinary Masters (IT Areas)

Jun 05, 2024

Revolutionizing Refrigeration With Tiny Wireless Sensors

ECE Associate Professor Cristian Cassella and Distinguished Professor Nian Sun received a $500,000 NSF grant for “Boosting the Cold Chain Efficiency Through Integrated, Magnetoelectric, Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Devices in pAssive on-Chip Tags (IMPACT).”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 03, 2024

How Communities Can Brace Themselves for an Active Hurricane Season

CEE/MES Professor Qin Jim Chen provides insights into what NOAA and university researchers expect to be a significantly active 2024 hurricane season. Using past hurricanes as a reference, he also details the varying degrees of resiliency among different communities.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jun 03, 2024

Investigating the Link Between Gut Health and Mental Health

ChE Professor Rebecca Carrier explains the current knowns and unknowns of the connection between gut health and mental health. While the two have been proven to have a clear link between them, the underlying mechanisms that cause these connections to be made are still being researched.

Chemical Engineering