College of Engineering Office of Research

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RESEARCH

The College of Engineering is the home to cutting edge research in areas as diverse as biomedical devices, materials, machine learning, cybersecurity, robotics, additive manufacturing, and biofuels. The College hosts core facilities for material and sensor characterization, tissue culture, and additive manufacturing. For more information, please contact Departments directly or direct inquiries to Dr. Patricia Relue, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies.

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sandrinemubengaNSF Career AWARD to UT Professor

UT Chemical Engineering professor Dr. Ana Alba-Rubio has funding to develop technology to capture and convert waste carbon dioxide in flue gases to higher value compounds, reducing green house gas emissions in the process. Learn more >> and video link.

Agarwal, Bhaduri, GoelInvention makes R&D Top 100 list

A synthetic bone graft substitute developed in the College of Engineering and commercialized by Osteonovus has been recognized by R&D Magazine as one of the year’s most exceptional innovations in science and technology. Learn more >>

businessplan3D printing breakthrough

A University of Toledo engineering team’s research on additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, could lead to smaller, lighter aircraft and biomedical devices that can be customized to a patient’s specific needs. Learn more >>

An electrical engineer, who nearly died as a girl in Africa because of a hospital’s lack of power, has developed a new energy storage solution to make battery packs in electric vehicles, satellites, planes and grid stations last longer and cost less. Learn more >>

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businessplan3D printing breakthrough

A University of Toledo engineering team’s research on additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, could lead to smaller, lighter aircraft and biomedical devices that can be customized to a patient’s specific needs. Learn more >>

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Energy Storage Breakthrough

An electrical engineer, who nearly died as a girl in Africa because of a hospital’s lack of power, has developed a new energy storage solution to make battery packs in electric vehicles, satellites, planes and grid stations last longer and cost less. Learn more >>

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UT ENGINEERING DEAN NAMED TO DRIVEOHIO ADVISORY BOARD

Dean Michael Toole has been appointed by the governor to the seven-member DriveOhio advisory board tasked with accelerating smart and connected vehicle projects in the state. Learn more >>

Vijay Goel Hamden Award winner
UT Researcher receives international award

Dr. Vijay Goel, Distinguished University Professor in Bioengineering received one of the three prestigious Hamden awards in medical research awarded in Dubai in December. Learn more >> More coverage at prnewswire and gulfnews.

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NSF AWARDS UT $1.8 MILLION GRANT 

The University of Toledo will teach more than 2,000 local high school students and teachers how to use mathematics and computational thinking to solve cybersecurity problems in smart vehicles as part of a new $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation. Learn more >>

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UT engineers create method to save $120,000 per mile on road pavement projects

Professors Eddie Chou and Liango Hu in the Department of Civil Engineering have developed a new model for assessing highway structure that can significantly reduce resurfacing costs. Learn more >>

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NSF Award to make 2D Materials

The National Science Foundation is funding research by a mechanical engineering professor to produce 2D materials using high pressure gases. Learn more >>

 

 


techtransferUniversity IP & Technology Transfer

Have you developed something novel with commercial potential while at UToledo?

Dr. Kashif Haque, Patent Technology Associate in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, provides information about the Office of Technology Transfer and its role of both securing Intellectual Property rights to the invention as well as transferring the technology.

Last Updated: 4/5/19