Research

WashU is a world-class research university, and we are performing research that is advancing technology and innovation to address the challenges we face today and in the future. From faculty members to PhD and undergraduate students, we are committed to scientific excellence and collaboration without boundaries.

 

 

ESE Seminar: Dorothy Wanghttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/ESE-Seminar-Dorothy-Wang.aspxESE Seminar: Dorothy Wang2019-03-27T05:00:00Z
MEMS Seminar: Juan Carlos Idrobohttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/Seminar-Juan-Carlos-Idrobo.aspxMEMS Seminar: Juan Carlos Idrobo2019-03-28T05:00:00Z
ESE Seminar: Na Li, PhDhttps://engineering.wustl.edu/Events/Pages/ESE-Seminar-Na-Li.aspxESE Seminar: Na Li, PhD2019-03-28T05:00:00Z

Strategic Research Areas


Creating technologies for a healthier future with affordable and accessible clean energy alternatives


Applying data sciences and computing to a range of societal problems and harnessing that knowledge to improve the human condition


Developing innovative imaging technologies aimed at transforming clinical research and the practice of medicine worldwide


Studying how biological systems sense, generate and respond to physical forces


Developing nanoscale technologies from materials and devices to integrated systems


Improving quantitative understanding of how complex diseases develop and how infectious diseases become resistant to existing drugs


Advancing our knowledge of the life cycle of important nutrients and resources by using the networking capabilities of innovative materials and novel sensors

  • » Clean Energy Systems
  • » Data Sciences for Humanity
  • » Imaging Sciences & Technology
  • » Mechanobiology
  • » Nano-scale Engineering
  • » Quantitative Biology & Pharmacology
  • » Smart Environmental Systems

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHFACULTY AWARDSRESOURCES

1/3
OF ENGINEERING FACULTY HAVE RECEIVED THE NSF CAREER AWARD
$27.6M
TOTAL RESEARCH AWARDS
(FY 2018)
60%
OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS CONDUCT RESEARCH OR INDEPENDENT STUDY

 

 

Three McKelvey Engineering faculty working on prestigious MURI collaborations https://engineering.wustl.edu/news/Pages/Three-McKelvey-Engineering-faculty-working-on-prestigious-MURI-collaborations.aspxThree McKelvey Engineering faculty working on prestigious MURI collaborations Matthew Lew, Elijah Thimsen and Yevgeniy Vorobeychik are each on research teams that received one of 24 MURI projects for the Department of Defense.<img alt="Lew, Thimsen, Vorobeychik" src="/news/PublishingImages/three_fac2.jpg?RenditionID=1" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />