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Wing Ng and Timothy Long
Virginia Tech faculty honored by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia

Wing Ng, an Alumni Distinguished Professor and the Christoper C. Kraft Endowed Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering, and Timothy Long, a professor of chemistry in the College of Science and director of the Macromolecules Innovation Institute, received 2020 Outstanding Faculty Awards.

Date: May 15, 2020
Lab member  Mojtaba Edalatpour shows the thermal diode developed by Boreyko's team.
Novel method of heat conduction could be a game changer for server farms and aircraft

Jonathan Boreyko's approach to thermal management uses a thermal diode, allowing for the cooling of a hot object on one side while resisting heat from entering on the opposite side.

Date: Aug 17, 2020
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Proof-of-concept program from LAUNCH and VTIP fuels development of new technologies

Eligible projects involve technologies captured in the VTIP invention disclosure process and identified as candidates for licensing to established companies or to new technology startups.

Date: Aug 21, 2020
Lei Zuo
Lei Zuo named Robert E. Hord Jr. Professor of Mechanical Engineering

As a member of the Virginia Tech faculty since 2014, Zuo’s scholarship has focused on the design, dynamics, control, and manufacturing of energy systems.

Date: Jul 15, 2020
Wave Drinker Team
Wave Drinker team wins a spot in Waves to Water Prize

A team of graduate and undergraduate students advanced in a national competition aimed at providing fresh water, powered by the motion of large bodies of water.

Date: Aug 13, 2020
Juliana Pacheco Duarte
Machine learning reduces hazards in nuclear power plants

Predictable hazards to nuclear power plants are about to get an update thanks to the efforts of a group led by Juliana Duarte.

Date: Aug 24, 2020

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In this ASME feature, Eurydice Kanimba talks about her journey from Rwanda to Virginia Tech and then IBM.

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