SMAST showcases research at 12th Annual Working Waterfront Festival
School for Marine Science and Technology faculty and students educate festival goers
Sarah Malakoff: Second Nature
In Second Nature, Sarah's photographs are a collection of private spaces that ask the viewer to imagine the people who inhabit them.
UMass Law Visits the American Museum of Tort Law
Several members of the UMass Law community traveled to Winstead, Connecticut to attend the convocation of the American Museum of Tort Law.
COE Professor Howard E. Michel Takes Support for Engineering Global As IEEE President and CEO
Prof. Michel, a faculty of College of Engineering, talks about his recent experiences as the President of IEEE, and why he joined IEEE.
Funds awarded for “Sustainable Seafood Collaboratory” project
School for Marine Science and Technology Professors Cynthia Pilskaln and Brian Howes awarded grant for project focusing on shellfish health and development
ISpace: Media Lab and Visual Resource Center
A new space that fosters innovative learning, support interdisciplinary collaboration and exploration.
Completing the Circle of Jazz and its African Roots
The Blood Drum Spirit Global Jazz Ensemble, led by UMass Dartmouth Music Professor, Royal Hartigan, completed a video recording and performance project as part of his J. William Fulbright activities in Ghana, West Africa.
Dr. Haiping Xu delivers a talk at the 26th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE 2014)
Dr. Xu, a CIS faculty, was invited to give a talk on "Future Research Directions of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering" at the 26th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE 2014).
Cross-disciplinary research to focus on the enhancement of reliable mechanics
Dr. Tootkaboni researches integrating advances in stochastic modeling, applied statistics, and data analytics with methods of applied and computational mechanics to develop techniques that help the structural mechanics community move toward more reliable, resource-efficient, and resilient solutions.
This PS3 isn't just for games: it can help science
Dr. Gaurav Khanna, an astrophysicist and a supercomputer genius, used an extraordinary combination of science and software to research black holes. He networked 16 PlayStation 3 consoles to help model black-hole collisions.