Dr. Jesse B. Hoagg and Dr. Christoph Brehm are two of this year's three recipients of the 2020 College of Engineering Excellence in Research Award.
In the past five years, Dr. Agioutantis has secured research funds totaling over $3.9 million ($3.2 as PI and $700,000 as co-PI) with a personal share of approximately $2 million.
The BME major, housed in the College of Engineering and supported by the College of Design, is powered by design thinking and available to students beginning this fall.
Students inside and outside UK can earn badges for taking two classes within the same concentration. Courses must be completed during the summer of 2020 to be eligible for a badge.
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering is offering EGR 380: Bourbon Production Engineering in an online format. The course is open to anyone and will run from May 12 – June 23.
DB will serve as the PI and engineering faculty members J. Todd Hastings and Thomas Dziubla, as well as Yinan Wei from the UK Department of Chemistry, will contribute as Co-PIs.
In his 15 years at UK, Fox has strongly impacted many students through his teaching activities.
Kahleifeh’s primary research focus is on the topic of “Energy Recovery Computing for Low-Power and Secure Circuits.”
The paper “Biomimetic and bioinspired membranes for water purification: A critical review and future directions” was among the top 10% of papers downloaded between January 2018 and December 2019.
Despite the cancellation of the annual UK College of Engineering Awards Banquet sponsored by Tau Beta Pi, each department and Tau Beta Pi have named awardees.