Restoring hearing loss

Electrical and computer engineering chair Florian Solzbacher is part of an international team developing new technology to allow the deaf to hear.


Grant for Metal Additive Manufacturing

University of Utah mechanical engineering professors have received a $3 million grant to continue research on a better method to 3D print metal parts.


Air Quality Sensor Network

Click here to see a National Science Foundation video about chemical engineers' work on a portable air quality sensor network.


Burian Honored with Civilian Award

Civil and environmental engineering professor Steve Burian will be awarded one of Pakistan’s highest civilian honors.


Chuck Hansen Named Distinguished Professor

School of Computing professor Charles Hansen has been appointed as a Distinguished Professor of Computing.


COE Rises in Rankings

The College of Engineering rose three spots in this year's U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings.


Turning Algae Into Fuel

University of Utah engineers develop fast method to convert algae to biocrude.


“Today Show” Profiles TetraSki

NBC's The Today Show recently profiled the University of Utah’s TetraSki, a sit-down ski designed and built by mechanical engineering associate professor Andrew Merryweather.


ECE Alum Honored with U Distinguished Alumni Award

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering alum Robert J. Grow received the U’s Distinguished Alumni Award.


NSF CAREER Award Recipients

Three College of Engineering faculty have received the prestigious NSF CAREER Award for their research.


Power and Energy Career Expo

See photos from the first Utah Power and Energy Career Expo.


Protecting the Field of Dreams

U engineers received a $2.2-million grant to design and build small chemical sensors that can “sniff” out when a plant is being attacked by insects or overwhelmed by weeds.


ME Dedicates New DeVries Lab

The College of Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering and friends gathered Jan. 25 to dedicate the Kay and Larry DeVries Strength of Materials Laboratory.


Petroleum Experts Donates Software

Petroleum Experts Ltd. has donated more than $2.4 million in new software to the University of Utah’s chemical engineering department.


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.