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A Collaboration Between University of Miami’s College of Engineering and Johnson & Johnson Brings Innovative Opportunities for Research and Development to Students and Faculty

The CoE-Johnson & Johnson 3-D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be open for students in a variety of disciplines By Barbara Gutierrez UM News Industrial 3D printing technology, also called additive manufacturing, offers the...

Engineering Team Collaborates with US Foundry and EVOQUA to Scale Up Their Phosphorus-Removing Reactor to Compete for $10 Million

The excess of nutrients, namely nitrogen and phosphorus, in freshwater bodies creates uncontrolled algae growth, destroying freshwater ecosystems. This process – eutrophication – has detrimental ecological effects: decreased biodiversity, depleted...


Seasoned Entrepreneur and Startup Investor will Work With CoE Students and Faculty

A new entrepreneur-in-residence is sharing his expertise with students and faculty at the College of Engineering. Robert (Bob) F. Williamson Jr., a founder and treasurer of Florida early-stage investment group New World Angels, joined the CoE in May 2017....

Gender, Ethnicity and Susceptibility to Leg Injuries: Are Women More Prone to Leg Injuries than Men? Does Racial Difference Exist?

Seok Gi Lee, an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering, is collaborating with the Department of Physical Education at Yonsei University in South Korea to investigate postural characteristics in females and males, and in different...
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