Engineering Research Reviews from Recent Years
These contain information about present research in the college.
Emphasis: New faculty, collaborative research and nonfederal funding
- New sensor design more accurately determines blood glucose levels.
- Capping material helps alum inactivate phosphorus in lake water.
- Statistician develops efficient predictive algorithms.
- Timber bridges viable option for county, township roads.
- Structural engineers test fully precast concrete bridge for local roads.
- Remaining-useful-life algorithms enhance lithium-ion battery management system.
- Balancing energy demand can reduce peak power usage.
- Engineering researchers win college, university awards.
Emphasis: Collaborative partnerships with other disciplines and industries
- Plasma processing decreases cost, improves biochar activation.
- Satellite calibration crucial to world's scientists.
- Worldwide search identifies new calibration sites.
- Precision ag group to develop predictive model for white mold in soybeans.
- Computer scientists develop software for new tumor imaging technology.
- Decision-making analytics help business developers, customers and data centers.
Emphasis: Junior faculty members increase Jerome J. Lohr college funding.
- CFD modeling confirms improved blood flow with new stent design.
- Statisticians evaluate probability models for crime scene evidence.
- Oscillating heat pipes help cool high-power electronics.
- Grid connection method improves double-tee girder performance.
- Civil Engineers help formulate recipe for Wisconsin prestressed bridge girders.
- Steel byproducts trap phosphorous in agricultural drainage water
- Microgrids help data centers use renewable energy, maintain reliability.
Emphasis: Groups of investigators collaborate in the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering.
- Bioinformatics help scientists make sense of genomic data.
- Maps help public health officials fight malaria, West Nile Virus.
- North Dakota-South Dakota engineers develop materials, components for solid state cell phone.
- Statisticians uncover major reason behind cancer survivors' choices.
- Crash reporting helps reduce fatalities, improve roads on tribal lands.
- Operations management expert, Mayo Clinic researcher helps improve health-care delivery for patients with blood poisoning.
- ISEE supports grant development.
Emphasis: Finding funding through commercial and municipal funding opportunities
- Testing, simulation improve corn dryer efficiency.
- Structures lab bridges research gap.
- Search for materials applications was successful.
- Water research partnership benefits Sioux Falls.
- Networking expands image-processing opportunities.
- Predictive analysis energizes graduate program.