Engineers developing high-speed light detectors for closer look at the sun

In memoriam: Albin A. Szewczyk, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering

Researchers developing accurate storm models as climate changes affect Alaska’s coastline and residents

Artificial intelligence could improve accuracy, efficiency of CT screening for COVID-19 diagnosis

In memoriam: Kwang-Tzu Yang, professor emeritus of aerospace and mechanical engineering

Nimble and steady on their feet: Next-generation legged robots

Smart breast clips: A new and personalized approach to breast cancer treatment

Researchers awarded DOE/NETL grant to develop one-step process for converting natural gas into liquids

Hochwald named 2019 National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Researchers develop novel computer learning method for faster AI

Similarities in biology and technology inspire novel approach in mobile robotics and prosthetics for spinal cord injuries

Schaefer selected as Toyota Young Investigator Fellow

Notre Dame’s Pinar Zorlutuna receives presidential early career award

CoMMaND laboratory receives $172K to continue studying brain development

Cutting the time on early disease diagnoses with extracellular vesicles

BRIDGES program builds strong foundations for life

In Memoriam: Steven C. Bass, professor emeritus of computer science and engineering

Designing next-generation optical antennas

Neal to help examine extraterrestrial samples for NASA

Kareem elected as foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering

Researchers seek to model social interactions across online environments

Notre Dame’s inaugural Gold Mass set for Nov. 15

Nigam takes second at ACM Student Research Competition

Creating a virtual assistant for software engineers: It’s all about a common language

Researchers work to unlock clues to how cells move through the body

Ahsan Kareem receives Masanobu Shinozuka Medal

Researchers open path to new generation of optical devices

Co-directors of the Wireless Institute

Research targets sensors, quality of information

Thomson Reuters names 5 Notre Dame faculty among the top 1 percent of highly cited scholars