Students in URI’s biomedical engineering capstone design class recently presented their projects at the Northeast Bioengineering Conference at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
A survivor of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Ian Kanterman will graduate this spring from the International Engineering Program, with degrees in biomedical engineering and French. He will attend graduate school in the Netherlands, where he will study neural and motor systems.
The events held during URI’s fifth annual Engineering Week displayed the enthusiasm, camaraderie and teamwork that students in the College of Engineering are known for. From April 3-6, students organized and participated in four successful events.
Junior Karla Haiat is headed to California for a prestigious summer internship at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute to create a robot that mimics the behavior of the giant larvacean.
Three URI biomedical engineering students have created a silicone wrist that simulates the 28 pulse patterns used in traditional Chinese medicine to diagnose various diseases. From left, Mackenzie Mitchell, Jake Morris, Ian Kanterman and URI engineering professor Ying Sun.
According to Nasser Zawia, dean of the University of Rhode Island Graduate School, graduate enrollment in engineering programs at URI rose this year by 8.5 percent. International enrollment grew to 13 percent.
The URI Brain Fair is a free, family-friendly event featuring creative, hands-on demonstrations and activities that are meant to entertain, inspire and educate the public about brain health and brain science. The fair will be held on March 18, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm in Avedesian Hall. Professors and students from the engineering labs listed below […]
Students from URI and other colleges will compete to win $1,000 as they develop ways to improve water quality, monitoring, communications and education during the first-ever WaterHacksRI.
A study conducted by three URI graduate engineering students and faculty members found that composite materials may be the long-term solution for Rhode Island’s infrastructure.
The Theme Park Engineering and Design Club is a student group that meets once a week to work on designs for ride competitions at colleges and theme parks nationwide.