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Engineering June 07, 2022
LiDAR and Optical Communications Institute technical director wins international award for book

SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, and OPTICA, formerly the Optical Society of America, awarded Paul McManamon, technical director of the University of Dayton LiDAR and Optical Communications Institute, with their Joseph W. Goodman Book Writing Award that recognizes authors of outstanding books in the field of optics and photonics.

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Engineering June 06, 2022
Civil engineering student receives University of Dayton John E. Riley Award

Emma Allington, University of Dayton civil and environmental engineering major, received the 37th annual John E. Riley Award for her leadership roles with the University's River Stewards and the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

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Engineering June 03, 2022
When milliseconds matter: Researcher to improve speed of wireless communication with $166K National Science Foundation grant

In remote surgery or autonomous vehicles, milliseconds matter when a wireless system sends, receives and executes commands. University of Dayton researcher, Feng Ye, hopes to help improve the speed of 5G and beyond 5G.

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Engineering June 02, 2022
University of Dayton engineering student-athlete wins top honors at the R.U.D.Y.S.

Engineering major, Araion Bradshaw, received the University of Dayton’s 2022 Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award and was recognized at the R.U.D.Y.S. (Recognition and Celebration of University of Dayton Student-Athletes Year-End Showcase).

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Engineering May 26, 2022
School of Engineering Ethos Center expands work to deepen engagement in Dayton community

New leadership in the University of Dayton School of Engineering Ethos Center is deepening engagement in the Dayton community. This summer, about 15 UD students will work with 10 area organizations to connect their engineering skills with each organizations' needs and aspirations.

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Faculty and Staff May 25, 2022
University of Dayton senior balances mechanical engineering, music to find success in both

When it’s time to decompress, senior mechanical engineering major, Gabe Ferraiuolo, manages sound for one of six campus bands, practices an instrument or studies a variety of musicians as inspiration for his compositions — including one that recently received a national award. 

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Engineering May 24, 2022
A conversation with Jon Dekar ’11, inventor of the Obi Robot

Based on experiences with his grandfather, Jon Dekar, University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering alumnus, wanted to restore dignity to those unable to feed themselves for various reasons.

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Engineering May 23, 2022
University of Dayton team takes first place at IT Flies international flight simulation competition

On April 23, the University of Dayton Pelican Team members: Andrew Killian, Luke Duncan and Mauricio Hernandez came in first place with their aircraft design at the IT Flies international flight simulation competition.

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Students May 20, 2022
University of Dayton – Phi Sigma Rho Gamma Chapter – friendship, scholarship, encouragement

As a part of the School of Engineering, UD is proud to have the Gamma Chapter of Phi Sigma Rho on campus. The sorority strives to uphold the vision of holding their members to a high standard of integrity and character, while helping one another achieve academic excellence and a strong bond of sisterhood.

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Engineering May 19, 2022
National Science Foundation grant will help researcher develop better models to predict spread of an epidemic

An epidemic spreads differently through the rural Midwest than through a big city. So University of Dayton researcher Subramanian Ramakrishnan will use $231,185 of a $650,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop better models to predict the spread locally and regionally rather than a one-size-fits-all national approach.

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