EP Materials Science and Engineering Chair James Spicer works to shape nanomaterial that converts light into sound, activating damaged eye cells.
Chair of Space Systems Engineering is mission area executive for National Security Space at the Johns Hopkins APL.
Program provides professional engineers with the advanced technical expertise and research experience they need to succeed in industry and the public sector.
VP at T. Rowe Price joins public-private partnership strengthening cybersecurity at state and national levels.
Amitabh Basu's approach promises to improve the accuracy of celestial object matching.
Gonzalo Pita's new riverine models could enhance preparedness and budgeting.
New safety tests by Yinzhi Cao and team reveal vulnerabilities of popular systems like DALL-E 2
Lanier Watkins and Louis Whitcomb develop a model that uses autonomous decision-making to make the skies safer.
Assistant Professor and EP Instructor Jeremy Brown writes in Science Robotics on involving end users in the early brainstorming phase.
Chris Stiles, the vice chair of EP Mechanical Engineering program, is using advanced machine learning to accelerate materials discovery, recently uncovering a novel superconductor.
Assistant Professor Thomas Gernay's findings could inform the design of more fire-resistant structures.
EP Instructor Vishal Patel's work could make security systems more robust and dependable.