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Detecting cancer with A.I.

CSE associate professor Xiaolei Huang aims to harness AI to improve medical imaging.

Impact on and off the field

Micah Tennant makes history as first Lehigh student to win FCS ADA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award.

NSF CAREER Honors

MechE assistant professor Keith Moored earns national recognition for work in fluid dynamics.




STUDENT SUCCESS: Engineers Without Borders builds a new water system in Nicaragua ... Students help create new desk from "sacred grove" trees lost to Hurricane Sandy ... Engineering projects highlight a busy summer at Lehigh Mountaintop.

FACULTY & PROGRAMS: CEE's Dan Frangopol honored as Lehigh Valley ASCE Civil Engineer of the Year ... Lehigh hosts first ever Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Symposium ... Nelson Tansu elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

ALUMNI ACHIEVMENT: EE Alum Martin Droney '91 '94 M.S. named CTO of Bank Leumi ... Lehigh aerospace program alumnus Geoffrey Andrews '15 honored by Aviation Week ... ISE alum Stacey Cunningham '96: Keeping the markets in line.



IN THE NEWS

Formula, Baja SAE teams hold inaugural auto showcase

Lehigh's undergraduate student racing clubs celebrated the end of the school year with the unveiling of its racing vehicles. "The main reason for this event was to raise awareness of both the Baja and Formula SAE clubs on campus," said Baja SAE Captain Justin Gaukler '18. "We want to ensure that these groups continue to thrive."


Honoring faculty and student excellence in engineering

Lehigh Engineering's 2017 Celebration of Rossin Professors and Fellows, held in honor of the late Peter C. Rossin '48, recognized assistant professors Jonas Baltrusaitis, Brandon Krick and Spencer Quiel, as well as over 55 Doctoral and Junior Fellows.


Christine Seymour ChBE alum named President-Elect of AIChE

Lehigh alumna Dr. Christine Seymour '89 was named President-Elect of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Seymour, the youngest person ever elected as an AIChE Fellow, earned her B.S. in chemical and biomolecular engineering at Lehigh.



RESOLVE MAGAZINE

Resolve Magazine: Vol. 1, 2017

Dissolving boundaries: Recent advances in health technology have developed through the creative incorporation of expertise from across wide spectrum of fields related to science, technology, engineering, math, and design.

Stronger structures from the ground up: Professors Muhannad Suleiman, Bryan Berger and Derick Brown have received a grant from the NSF to synthesize silicate in the lab and explore its potential as a soil-strengthening agent.

Bringing fusion into focus: Lehigh's Arindam Banerjee says nuclear fusion could be a viable long-term option for energy use thanks to advances in supercomputing.

Learning in the age of KEEN: A revolutionary approach to curriculum design at Lehigh Univeristy puts students in the driver’s seat.

Read the latest issue of Resolve Magazine >>

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STUDENT SUCCESS



Micah Tennant

Lehigh football's Micah Tennant earns multiple academic honors
The senior mechanical engineer is the first Lehigh student to receive the FCS ADA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award. | MORE >



Lehigh Engineering Without Borders

Making a positive impact in Nicaragua
Lehigh Engineering Without Borders helps build a new water-distribution system in village of Cebadilla. | MORE >



Rossin Fellows and Professors

Honoring faculty and student excellence in engineering
College honors the late Peter C. Rossin '48 in annual celebration of Rossin Fellows and Professors. | MORE >



Lehigh Baja and Formula SAE

Formula and Baja SAE teams hold inaugural auto showcase
Lehigh's undergraduate student racing clubs celebrated the end of school year with the first annual unveiling of its racing vehicles. | MORE >



Engineering at Lehigh Mountaintop

Engineering projects highlight busy summer at Lehigh Mountaintop
ChBE, CEE, CSE departments, IDEAS and HSE programs among those tied to projects at the Mountaintop, now in its fifth year. | MORE >



Hurricane Sandy Desks at Lehigh

Lehigh's giving tree
Engineering students help craft new university admissions desk from trees lost to Hurricane Sandy. | MORE >



Lehigh Sustainability

Solar sustainability at Lehigh
Students lead initiative to install solar panels alongside the community garden. | MORE >



Lehigh Hyperloop

Student team competes in SpaceX Hyperloop competition
Lehigh's "HyperHawk" was largest prototype in this round of competition, levitating for nearly an hour. | MORE >



Undergraduate Seismic Design Competition

Lehigh group earns first trip to Seismic Design Competition
Civil undergraduate seniors to compete in EERI contest in Portland this March. | MORE >



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FACULTY & PROGRAMS



Tamás Terlaky

Terlaky produces new textbook on optimization and engineering
Lehigh industrial engineer leads effort in comprehensive new book. | MORE >



Data X Symposium

Found and Lost in Information
Lehigh analyzes growing availability of digital information and its consequences at 2017 Data X Symposium. | MORE >



Dan Frangopol

Dan Frangopol named Lehigh Valley ASCE Civil Engineer of the Year
The award was given in honor of his outstanding achievements and contributions to the profession, ASCE, and the community. | MORE >



Xiaolei Huang

Better screenings through artificial intelligence
CSE associate professor Xiaolei Huang aims to harness AI to improve medical imaging. | MORE >



additive manufacturing

Shining a spotlight on additive manufacturing
Lehigh Wilbur Powerhouse and 3-D printing lab took center stage at this year's Advancing Technology for Business Growth event. | MORE >



Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Symposium

Lehigh hosts first ever Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Symposium
ECE assistant professor Yevgeny Berdichevsky presented 'Epilespsy-on-a-chip' during the Mountaintop event. | MORE >



additive manufacturing

Bridging the gap between tradition and technology
Lehigh's strengths in materials development put the university in a unique position to help shape the future of additive manufacturing. | MORE >



Tom Gillis

Connecting the dots between Lehigh and the Silicon Valley
Tech entrepreneur Tom Gillis is the catalyst for the successful LehighSiliconValley program, now in it's sixth year at Lehigh. | MORE >



Big Data and Creativity

A laser-sharp focus
ECE Associate Professor Sushil Kumar has conducted five years of experimental and theoretical research on plasmonic lasers. | MORE >



Big Data and Creativity

Returning to passive radar
Rick Blum and his team are using advanced signal processing techniques to produce models for radar that can be tools for the design of real-world products. | MORE >



Big Data and Creativity

Creativity through big data
Team from Lehigh and Northwestern explore use of big data to understand the creative process. | MORE >



Keith Moored, CAREER Award

Keith Moored earns NSF CAREER Award
The MechE assistant professor's work in fluid dynamic interactions has garnered national recognition. | MORE >



Steel Roses at Wilbur Powerhouse

A valentine forged from steel
Lehigh students gather at Wilbur Powerhouse in early February to craft a unique Valentine's Day gift. | MORE >



Nuclear fusion

Energy's future: Nuclear fusion?
Lehigh's Arindam Banerjee says nuclear fusion could be a viable long-term option for energy use thanks to advances in supercomputing. | MORE >



Cross-browser Fingerprinting

Lehigh-led team develops cross-browser fingerprinting
CSE assistant professor Yinzhi Cao and his group have developed a new way to track web users across browsers. | MORE >



3D Metal Printing

Lehigh extends reach with first 3-D metal printer in United States
University breaks new ground in partnership with British engineering company Renishaw. | MORE >



Jonathan Wierer

Advancing the LED revolution
ECE's Jonathan Wierer part of group working to make LEDs and laser diodes more efficient by using quantum dots in the light-producing regions. | MORE >



Wojciech Misiolek

High honors for Lehigh's Wojciech Misiolek
Lehigh MatSci Chair and Loewy Institute Director nominated for work in engineering science in native Poland. | MORE >



Matt Bilsky

Engineering with an entrepreneurial mindset
MechE adjunct professor and rececent doctoral recipient Matthew Bilsky on the new standard for teaching the next generation of students. | MORE >



Nelson Tansu

Lehigh's Nelson Tansu elected Fellow of National Academy of Inventors (NAI)
Engineering professor and research center director lauded for 'spirit of innovation' | MORE >



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ALUMNI


Martin Droney

EE alum named CTO of Bank Leumi
Martin Droney '91, '94 M.S. was named as Chief Operations and Technology Officer of the New York-based company. | MORE >



Orapong Thien-Ngern

Lehigh alum Orapong Thien-Ngern joins Digital Ventures
The Manufacturing Systems Engineering grad was named Executive Committee Chairman of Thailand-based company. | MORE >



Alton D. Romig Jr.

Manufacturing success in Long Island
ChBE alum Leonard Poveromo '69 looks to the future of manufacturing with Composite Prototyping Center. | MORE >



Alton D. Romig Jr.

Lehigh alum to speak at Penn State commencement
Alton D. Romig Jr. to speak at university's Earth and Mineral Sciences baccalaureate ceremony on May 5. | MORE >



Tom Gillis

Bridging the gap between Lehigh and the Silicon Valley
Tech entrepreneur Tom Gillis is the catalyst for the successful LehighSiliconValley program, now in it's sixth year at Lehigh. | MORE >



Geoffrey Andrews

Clearing the Launchpad
Lehigh aerospace program alumnus Geoffrey Andrews ’15 honored by Aviation Week. | MORE >



Christine Seymour

ChBE alum named President-Elect of AIChE
Lehigh alumna Christine Seymour '89 named President-Elect of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. | MORE >



Patrice Banks

Empowering engineering: Patrice Banks '02
The materials science alum didn't set out to disrupt the male-dominated auto repair industry, but she wanted to do something to empower women. | MORE >



Michael Yonkovig

The long road back to Lehigh
Nearly 70 years after chasing an engineering degree at Lehigh, Michael Yonkovig returns to Bethlehem. | MORE >



Stacey Cunningham

Keeping the markets in line
Lehigh's Stacey Cunningham ’96 credits her ISE degree for her ability to think through complex problems. | MORE >



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