Longtime BioE program director Anand Jagota to serve as Founding Chair.
Civil engineering program recognized as second best program in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
ALUM PROMOTED: Electrical engineering grad James Geurts '87 nominated as Assistant Secretary of the United States Navy.
THE MIDAS TOUCH: Technical Entrepreneurship graduate Ali Almasi '16 looks to corner the U.S. market with affordable, high-quality saffron.
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Engineering the optimal power grid
Industrial engineering Ph.D. candidate Jie Liu and his team are working to create the perfect power grid. | MORE >
Lehigh Engineering -- on a global scale
Nearly one-third of Lehigh's 2016 engineering class spent educational time abroad. | MORE >
Pushing the limits of engineering
Electrical and computer engineering, computer science and engineering students showcase top projects in annual event at Packard Lab. | MORE >
FACULTY & PROGRAMS
Unifying statistics, computer science, and applied mathematics
Lehigh, Stony Brook, and Northwestern team with the National Science Foundation as part of an effort to advance machine learning. | MORE >
Lehigh establishes new bioengineering department
BioE will continue to advance its successful programs and expand its research in areas, including biocomputation and modeling; diagnostics, sensors and devices; and materials and therapies. | MORE >
Using data analytics to improve disease prediction
CSE professor Mooi Choo Chuah co-chairs this year's Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (CHASE) Conference in Philadelphia. | MORE >
Global honors in civil engineering
Lehigh's civil and environmental engineering department recognized as the second best program in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities. | MORE >
New leadership for Rossin college's electrical and computer engineering department
Dr. Chengshan Xiao joins the engineering faculty as professor and department chair. | MORE >
U.S. Rep Charles Dent visits Lehigh's Center for Photonics and Nanoelectronics
The U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 15th congressional district toured CPN's Smith Family Laboratory for Optical Technologies during the summer. | MORE >
Healing bone faster
Mechanical engineering assistant professor Hannah Dailey develops a revolutionary orthopedic device that could improve upon past treatments for bone fractures. | MORE >
Ted Ralphs named interim chair of ISE department
The 17-year Lehigh professor also leads the university's Computational Optimization Research at Lehigh (COR@L) Laboratory. | MORE >
Bioe's Wonpil Im earns top German honors
The professor of biological sciences and bioengineering was named the recipient of the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award. | MORE >
Materials Science hosts camp for area high school students
Lehigh Valley students work worked with 3D printing, crystal growing, and explosive demonstrations during the annual camp, sponsored by ASM International. | MORE >
CEE professor named to Romanian Academy
Dan Frangopol elected as an Honorary Member of the Romanian Academy -- the third academic honor of its kind over the last two years. | MORE >
Seeking the Midas Touch
Technical Entrepreneurship graduate Ali Almasi '16 working to bring high-quality saffron to the U.S. market at an affordable price. | MORE >
EE alum tapped as next Assistant Secretary of U.S. Navy
James F. Geurts '87 is an executive for U.S. Special Operations Command at Tampa's MacDill Air Force Base. | MORE >