UT College of Engineering News

Archive for October, 2023

Environmental Engineering Student Team Wins 2nd in EPA Contest | UToledo News

The UToledo team, which worked on the project last semester for the undergraduate course Sustainability Problem Solving, selected a carbon trap to deactivate halogen-containing pollutants.

Source: Environmental Engineering Student Team Wins 2nd in EPA Contest | UToledo News


Freshman Engineering Team Awarded for Healthcare Innovation at National Competition | UToledo News

Their Sanibag is a modified colostomy bag that allows for easier cleaning and maintenance.

Source: Freshman Engineering Team Awarded for Healthcare Innovation at National Competition | UToledo News


History, Future of Automotive Travel Focus of Oct. 26 Theo Keith Distinguished Lecture | UToledo News

Dr. Mehdi Ahmadian, the J. Bernard Jones Chair of Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech, will give the free, public lecture at 2 p.m. in Nitschke Auditorium Room 1000.

Source: History, Future of Automotive Travel Focus of Oct. 26 Theo Keith Distinguished Lecture | UToledo News


WTOL 11: UToledo Engineering School New Space – YouTube


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SSOE gift enhances diversity at Toledo’s engineering school | The Blade

Source: SSOE gift enhances diversity at Toledo’s engineering school | The Blade


Hydrogen Electrolysis Can Give Nuclear Power a Boost – IEEE Spectrum

Machine learning shows ways to make nuclear more profitable and reliable

Source: Hydrogen Electrolysis Can Give Nuclear Power a Boost – IEEE Spectrum


UToledo Stresses Online Safety During Cybersecurity Awareness Month | UToledo News

The University is taking proactive steps to emphasize online safety and cybersecurity awareness.

Source: UToledo Stresses Online Safety During Cybersecurity Awareness Month | UToledo News