Dr. Jonathan Deason has published a paper with recent doctoral graduate Mohammed Qaradaghi, presently with the World Bank Group. The citation for the paper is: M. Qaradaghi and J. P. Deason.
On April 20, the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps program awarded a $50,000 team grant to Prof. Ekundayo Shittu. The grant gives his team access to the summer NSF I-Corps cohort. Prof.
On March 24, Professor David Broniatowski chaired the “Systems Architecture and Complexity” track at the 2017 Conference on Systems Engineering Research, held in Redondo Beach, CA. He also present
Research by Professor David Broniatowski was mentioned in “Solving the faculty diversity problem,” the March feat
Research Scientist Kelly Scanlon present to American Hygiene Association and Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals
On February 28, Kelly Scanlon (senior research scientist, EMSE) presented to the local sections of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals at t
Dr. David Broniatowski’s work with EMSE student Michael Smith and several other collaborators was presented on February 4 at the W3PHIAI 2017 Workshop in San Francisco, CA: X. Huang, M. C.
Professor Joe Cascio, Esq.
Wired quoted Dr.
The 2015 article “An approach to integrating occupational safety and health into life cycle assessment: development and application of work environment characterization factors,” co-authored by Dr.
Wired quoted Dr.
In its November 26 article “‘It’s Standing Rock
Dr. David Broniatowski’s work, “Decoupling of the Minority Ph.D.
A presentation by Professor Cascio will be delivered by Mr. Puskar to the National Institutes of Standards and Technology
A presentation by Professor Joe Cascio will be delivered by Mr.
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CESUN 2016 seeks to bring together researchers, from multiple domain and methodological backgrounds who share a common interest in tackling complex socio-technical systems problems.
Dr. David Broniatowski’s survey research on attitudes about vaccines has received a good deal of attention recently—from the Washington Post, New York Magazine, MensHealth, and The Conversation.
Prof. Zoe Szajnfarber is the subject of the most recent IMPACT SEAS Superheroes series, which features engineering faculty as superheroes. Find out how Prof. Szajnfarber—aka “The Force Multiplier”—helps save the world.