“The Digital Dog Nose,” created by Otto Gregory, chemical engineering professor at the University of Rhode Island, could be placed at subway stations, train stations, airports and ports to detect bombs.
Joanne Compton, an instructor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at URI, has been elected as a fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), the world’s leading organization for chemical engineering professionals.
Thanks to the education he received while completing his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from URI, Chris Bobba is prepared for the intense research that is required of an aspiring cardiothoracic surgeon.
Tailynn McCarthy, a chemical engineering student at URI, received second place in the poster competition at the NELSAMP (New England Louis Stokes Alliance Minority Participation) symposium at Northeastern University.
Students in URI’s chemical engineering and environmental engineering programs will have the opportunity to use equipment in the classroom that is normally reserved for labs, thanks to a $162,000 grant from The Champlin Foundation.
December 13, 2017 – Chemical Engineering Faculty, Staff & Students gathered at the Galanti Lounge for our 5th Annual CHE International themed potluck where we were treated to many wonderful dishes and holiday cheer!
Thanks to a $50,000 Innovation Voucher from the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, Arijit Bose, Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, will be developing batteries for “smart” socks that will track movements and relay the data to others.
Thanks to a grant from The Champlin Foundation, a printed circuit board (PCB) fabrication station will enable students to gain hands-on experience in creating circuit prototypes. The station will include a laser structuring machine, a copper plating machine and a multilayer pressing machine.