U Celebrates Research Milestone

Click to see a new video celebrating the U's milestone in research.

In Memoriam: Noel de Nevers

University of Utah chemical engineering Emeritus Professor Noel de Nevers died Jan. 4 at his home in Salt Lake City.

COE Benefactor, Peter Meldrum, Passes

University of Utah chemical engineering graduate, Peter D. Meldrum, co-founder of Myriad Genetics, died Dec. 20.

Catmull to Receive Technical Academy Award

College of Engineering alum Ed Catmull will receive another scientific and technical Academy Award.

EAE Play 2018

Students from the EAE video game development program held their annual "EAE Play" event Dec. 7.

Kopeček Named to NAI

Jindřich Henry Kopeček was named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

ME Fall Design Day 2018

Mechanical engineering's Design Day showed off more than a dozen senior projects at the Student Union.

Wax On

Materials science and engineering assistant professor Jeff Bates' special ski was named one of best gadgets.

Full of Energy

Engineers have received a $1.88 million grant to research gallium oxide in the use of high-power systems.

Minteer Named AAAS Fellow

Shelley Minteer was elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Grainger Receives Ethics Award

David Grainger is one of this year’s recipients of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Leadership in Education Award.

Engineering Day 2018

More than 500 high school students and their parents attended this year's Engineering Day on the University of Utah College of Engineering campus.

ARCS Scholars Honored

ARCS Foundation Utah honored its 2018 scholars during an awards luncheon Oct. 17.

COE Fall Newsletter

Click here to read the new fall 2018 College of Engineering newsletter.

Faculty Profile in New TVC Report

The work of ECE associate professor Rajesh Menon is featured in the new TVC annual report

COE Alum/Pixar President to Retire

U computer science alum and Pixar president, Ed Catmull, announced he will retire.

U One of Most Innovative Universities

The University of Utah is ranked 30th on a list of the most innovative universities in the world.

The Fine Print

A team of University of Utah biomedical engineers have developed a method to 3-D-print cells to produce human tissue such as ligaments and tendons.

Racket Team Wins Programming Award

School of Computing professor Matthew Flatt was presented with the 2018 SIGPLAN Programming Languages Software Award.

What you can’t see can hurt you

School of Computing researchers conducted a study to determine if homeowners change the way they live if they could visualize the air quality in their house.

U Commercial with COE Alum

Watch the new University of Utah commercial featuring civil and environmental engineering alum Mark Fuller

Clear the Air

Engineers have conducted a study on the effects of heating and air conditioning systems cleaning air in the home.

Hear Venkatasubramanian on Science Friday

Listen to School of Computing professor Suresh Venkatasubramanian on the popular radio program, "Science Friday."

Video of Leang Delivering 2018 Gould Lecture

Click here to see video of ME's Kam Leang delivering this year's Gould Distinguished Lecture on the impact of drones.

Bioengineering Department Gets Name Change

The U's Bioengineering Department has changed its name to Biomedical Engineering.