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.
College of Engineering and Naval Undersea Warfare Center recruiting high school students interested in building robots for national competition
New team forming to compete in First Robotics Competition January 2016
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.
Software Reliability Algorithm for an automated tool: a magic wand for software and reliability engineers
Dr. Lance Fiondella is leading a project to develop software reliability algorithms for an automated tool that can be used by software and reliability engineers.
60+ first-year engineering students arrive to UMass Dartmouth campus for Freshman Summer Institute
First-year engineering students work with other new freshmen, faculty, and student teaching assistants on a week-long engineering project
UMass Dartmouth professor researching if re-refined engine oil in asphalt mix can past the test on New England roads
Civil & Environmental Engineering Professor Walaa Mogawer receives $550,131 from MassDOT to evaluate performance of a New England asphalt mixture designed using asphalt binders modified with Re-Refined Engine Oil Bottoms (REOB)
Q&A on Cardinals-Astros 'Hacking' Investigation
This first of its kind investigation for the MLB is examined by Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Lance Fiondella
UMass Dartmouth team that used PS3s to build supercomputers now turning to bitcoin mining computers
Bitcoin mining investors donate supercomputers to aid research at UMass Dartmouth