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Wearable head scanner could allow for comfort, mobility during brain scans

10/12/2021

To collect accurate images of a patient's brain, the patient must be still and confined in a tube-like MRI scanner for a long period of time.

Multi-institute team awarded NSF grant to develop dynamic architected materials

10/4/2021

A multi-institute collaboration including Yun Jing, associate professor of acoustics and biomedical engineering at Penn State, has received a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation to design architected materials that are fine-tuned with dynamic behaviors.

New director of Penn State's Graduate Program in Acoustics named

8/20/2021

Andrew Barnard, a Penn State alumnus and current associate professor of mechanical engineering at Michigan Technological University, will join Penn State as the director of the Graduate Program in Acoustics, housed within the College of Engineering, on Jan. 1, 2022.

West Campus groundbreaking ceremony to highlight new engineering buildings

7/16/2021

The Penn State College of Engineering will hold a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate construction of two new West Campus buildings, West 1 and West 2, on Friday, July 16 at 4:00 p.m. EDT. The in-person, by-invitation ceremony will also be livestreamed for the Penn State community and general public.

Researchers awarded grant to advance geothermal energy science

6/7/2021

Over the last decade, geothermal energy has progressed throughout the world as an environmentally friendly, sustainable source of energy.

Trustees approve plans, funds for new West 1 engineering building

5/7/2021

The Board of Trustees today (May 7) approved the final plans and construction of a new engineering research and teaching space at the University Park campus.

Engineering students earn scholarships from international society

4/30/2021

The Vertical Flight Society (VFS) awarded Vertical Flight Foundation (VFF) scholarships to three Penn State engineering students.

Penn State researchers receive patent for light-altering acoustic technology

3/2/2021

From navigating ships and submarines using sonar to imaging organs in the human body using ultrasound technology, scientists and engineers have studied the numerous applications of sound waves for decades.

Engineer awarded NSF grant to investigate acoustic graphene properties

1/13/2021

Penn State researchers received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to further explore the characteristics of an acoustic technology inspired by nanoscale electronics.

Penn State seed grant leads to NSF funding to study stress wave mitigation

12/3/2020

Seismic waves make the Earth quake, shaking the developments on the planet’s surface. But what if there were a way to stop those seismic waves from reaching buildings, bridges or entire towns? What if the energy from the waves could potentially be redirected or even harnessed, just by building a structure on the ground?

Six engineering graduate students named Leighton Riess Graduate Fellows

12/3/2020

Six engineering graduate students were recently selected to receive the Leighton Riess Graduate Fellowship in Engineering. This fellowship is coordinated by the Penn State Center for Biodevices, housed in the College of Engineering.

College of Engineering promotes campaigns for 2020 #GivingTuesday

11/20/2020

The Penn State College of Engineering invites alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff and students to celebrate the power of giving back as part of #GivingTuesday on Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Researchers apply nanoscale graphene 'magic' angle to acoustics

11/17/2020

Two atomically thin carbon sheets stacked on top of each other, called bilayer graphene, exhibit unique properties when one of the layers is twisted at a certain angle -- a "magic" angle.

Professor emeritus awarded honor from the University of Freiburg, Germany

11/9/2020

Martin Trethewey, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering and acoustics at Penn State, has been awarded the Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg - University Medal for his efforts in forging a global collaboration between the two universities.

Engineering professor named editor-in-chief of nondestructive evaluation journal

10/21/2020

Parisa Shokouhi, associate professor of engineering science and mechanics and acoustics, was named editor-in-chief of Research in Nondestructive Evaluation, the research journal of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing.

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