Fortner receives CAREER Award from National Science Foundation
John D. Fortner, PhD, will study new composite materials for advanced water treatment with a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER) from the National Science Foundation.
World’s fastest 2-D camera may enable new scientific discoveries
Lihong Wang, PhD, the Gene K. Beare Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, has developed the world’s fastest receive-only 2-D camera, a device that can capture events up to 100 billion frames per second.
Pathak receives CAREER Award from National Science Foundation
Amit Pathak, PhD, plans to take a multi-disciplinary approach to better understanding the cell migration process with a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.
Enhance your creative vision
“Being a part of the Rube Goldberg Club has greatly enriched my academic experience by allowing me to experiment with engineering concepts in a fun, hands-on way.”
Engineer your way. Engineer at Wash U.
Alumnus Arnold Donald, chief executive of Carnival Corporation, explains how an engineering degree at Washington University formed a solid foundation for his successful career.
New issue of Engineering Momentum
Read the fall 2014 issue of Engineering Momentum.
David Peters: Inspired by Sputnik
For more than four decades, David Peters, PhD, and his group have made globally recognized contributions to helicopter research, especially in the realm of mathematical models of helicopters.