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Technology November 21, 2022
Computer engineering student creates public speaking simulator with faculty mentor
Inspired by his own struggles with public speaking, UD junior Bao Truong created a VR simulator to allow users to practice presentations before a computer-generated crowd.
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Engineering November 03, 2022
Engineering students named 2022 AES Energy Innovation Challenge winners

Engineering graduate students Scott Eardley, Sean Kapp and Megan McNelly are the winners of the AES Corporation 2022 Energy Innovation Challenge for their Project Oasis, an indoor farming system powered by solar energy and battery storage.

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Technology October 31, 2022
Computer science student, professor collaborate on ‘pursuit-evasion’ video game

University of Dayton senior Spencer Pennypacker used his summer break to develop a video game through the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Summer Fellowship program.

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International October 20, 2022
COIL Connections in Chemical Engineering
Connecting across space through COIL
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Sciences October 17, 2022
National Science Foundation awards $1M to UD biologist to study how traits evolve

The National Science Foundation has awarded University of Dayton biologist Thomas Williams with a four-year, $1,036,507 grant.

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Engineering October 05, 2022
New UD engineering program prepares students for entrepreneurship

Mechanical engineering student, Ryan Rotsching, always wanted to be an engineer. At the end of his first year, he questioned if his passion was a good fit. But exploring entrepreneurship in a new University of Dayton program for engineers provided him a spark.

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Campus and Community September 28, 2022
National Science Foundation grant to help researcher develop low-cost, hand-held device to test, identify diseases, biohazards

A University of Dayton researcher, Swapnajit Chakravarty, associate professor of electro-optics and photonics, will lead a nearly half-million-dollar National Science Foundation project with the goal of developing a low-cost, hand-held device to test for and identify diseases and biohazards.

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Engineering September 28, 2022
U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency sees promise in University of Dayton technology
A University of Dayton research project to help U.S. defense agencies tune between radio frequency bands for communication, radar, satellites, and satellite radios earned Phase II funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
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President September 17, 2022
By the Numbers
"You’re the kind of leaders who don’t just imagine a better world. You go about the business of creating it," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told the 2022 Alumni Awards recipients at a dinner on Sept. 17.
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Engineering August 25, 2022
Virtual reality lab brings buildings to life for civil engineers

When a building is built, it's too late to change the placement of something. But a new virtual reality lab for civil engineers at the University of Dayton will bring buildings to life before dirt is turned, allowing engineers to see if the way it's intended to be built is the way it should be.

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