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McKelvey Engineering News June 2020
New faculty to join McKelvey Engineering in 2020-21
Four new tenure-track faculty members will join the McKelvey School of Engineering in the 2020-21 academic year, strengthening and expanding the breadth of research conducted in the school.
Lee seeks to boost speed on cloud platform apps with CAREER Award
I-Ting Angelina Lee plans to develop software infrastructure that can improve programmer productivity and increase the speed of interactive applications running on cloud platforms with a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.
Silicon ‘neurons’ may add a new dimension to computer processors
​Energy constraints lead to novel ways of efficient, at-a-distance communication.
Aluminum may affect lead levels in drinking water
​Researchers find aluminum in water could affect lead's solubility — in certain cases.
BME faculty take part in national COVID-19 research
Faculty in the Department of Biomedical Engineering are joining researchers around the world to learn more about the novel coronavirus.
ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT
Inspired by the McKelvey Engineering Challenge, alumnus Steve Lowy gave a gift that will provide 31 additional scholarships to the Washington University Scholars in Engineering Program.
Alumnus Lowy makes gift for endowed scholarships to support 31 McKelvey Engineering students
Other news
WashU engineers, collaborators make new 2D alloys designed on supercomputers WashU engineers, collaborators make new 2D alloys designed on supercomputers
Guan to serve on NIH Biomaterials and Biointerfaces Study Section Guan to serve on NIH Biomaterials and Biointerfaces Study Section
Hu selected to serve on Center for Scientific Review study section Hu selected to serve on Center for Scientific Review study section
He named co-founding editor of Journal of Hazardous Materials Letters He named co-founding editor of Journal of Hazardous Materials Letters
Moon receives NSF grant to engineer complex genetic circuits Moon receives NSF grant to engineer complex genetic circuits
Chen receives early career award for research in therapeutic ultrasound Chen receives early career award for research in therapeutic ultrasound
COMMENCEMENT
Watch videos of the conferral of degrees, view addresses from both Chancellor Martin and Dean Bobick and more.
Congratulations Class of 2020!
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