May. 22, 2009—Watch video of a talk by engineering professor George M. Hornberge.
May. 19, 2009—Kenneth Galloway, dean of Vanderbilt University's School of Engineering, has been elected by his national peers to a two-year term as chairof the Engineering Deans Council Executive Board.
Apr. 29, 2009—A team of Vanderbilt engineers will play a key role in a new federal effort to significantly improve our understanding of how gases and liquids interact with solid surfaces – basic studies that have potential applications ranging from better batteries to more efficient methods for converting solar and electrical energy into fuel, improved fuel cells and enhancing the corrosion resistance of materials.
Apr. 8, 2009—On April 18, a group of Vanderbilt engineering students will fire off a 16-foot, 82-pound rocket. If all goes as planned, the vehicle will power its way one mile directly overhead where it will release a remotely piloted aircraft that will collect images and infrared data of the ground below as it is guided back down to earth.
Mar. 24, 2009—Imagine a platoon of soldiers fighting in a hazardous urban environment who carry personal digital assistants that can display the location of enemy shooters in three dimensions and accurately identify the caliber and type of weapons they are firing.
Feb. 17, 2009—The day that robot playmates help children with autism learn the social skills that they naturally lack has come a step closer with the development of a system that allows a robot to monitor a child's emotional state.
ISIS anniversary symposium describes advances in the electronic battlefield, computer-aided learning and software for managing deadly diseases
Sep. 10, 2008—Curious about the impact the digital revolution is having on the battlefield? Maybe you would like to meet Betty, the computer character that middle school students are asked to teach about various science subjects, a process that teaches them how to learn? Or perhaps you would be interested in discovering how the latest software can improve the way that hospitals manage infectious diseases?
May. 1, 2008—Watch video of Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Mark Abkowitz discussing risk and his book, "Operational Risk Management."
MEDIA ADVISORY: ‘Smart’ anti-tip system for manual wheelchairs, improved ergonomics for Nissan Atlimas and Maximas and an anthropomorphic robot hand showcased at Vanderbilt’s Engineering Senior Design Day
Apr. 21, 2008—Vanderbilt engineering seniors will display their innovations Tuesday, April 22, during the School of Engineering\'s Senior Design Day, which is open to the public.
Engineering seniors show off their real-world design solutions for corporate sponsors at Senior Design Day April 22
Apr. 17, 2008—Vanderbilt University senior engineering students are challenged to solve real-world design issues for corporate sponsors during a two-semester design course. Students will share results with their clients and the Vanderbilt community at Senior Design Day, April 22, from 3-5 p.m. in Featheringill Hall.
Apr. 17, 2008—Vanderbilt engineering grad Brad Jaeger will be behind the wheel of Doran Racing\'s Kodak Ford Doran/Dallara at this weekend\'s Mexico City 250, part of the Rolex Sports Car Series season. Jaeger is co-driver with Memo Gidley, who won this race in 2005.
Apr. 11, 2008—Michelle V. Buchanan, associate laboratory director for physical sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, spoke at the Hall Engineering Lecture Series.