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UC architectural engineering alumna inspires high school students

April 16, 2024

University of Cincinnati alumna Emma Wilhelmus fell in love with engineering when she was in ninth grade. After taking drafting, architecture and engineering courses in high school, she set out to major in architectural engineering in college. Now, she is an engineering teacher at a local high school and hopes to inspire students.

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Engineering student works to create safer ground transportation

April 15, 2024

Ground transportation has a substantial impact on the daily lives of humans. Sai Bonthu, a doctoral candidate of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Cincinnati, is working to develop a product that has the potential to accurately reduce traffic accidents. Currently, he is working on a grant with the Ohio Department of Transportation and was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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The University of Cincinnati has a student-run formula electric racing team

April 11, 2024

The University of Cincinnati has a longstanding presence in the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE) competition. For several decades, UC students have built Formula and BAJA style cars to race and compete against schools nationwide at various competitions. However, with the emergence and growth in popularity of electric cars, one student set out to make UC's very first electric vehicle team. Bearcat Electric Vehicle (BEV) was founded by UC alumnus Sagar Tawari, during his time as a student. In the 2019-2020 academic year, Tiwari recruited members and created the university's first all-electric formula racing team.

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The world is driven by liquid-vapor phase change

April 4, 2024

University of Cincinnati professor Kishan Bellur is captivated by evaporation - a phenomena that is happening all the time, all around us, but few of us notice. Most liquid surfaces, for example, water in a test tube, are not flat. There is a slight curvature to it called the meniscus. As the liquid evaporates, it climbs up the side of the tube forming a very thin liquid film that is hard to see with the naked eye. Understanding the evaporation process and the behavior of these films are the focus of Bellur's latest research.

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AtriCure is top co-op employer for UC biomedical engineering students

April 3, 2024

As one of the largest co-op employers in the region and a leading provider of innovative technologies for the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation and other related conditions, AtriCure, Inc. is also one of the largest co-op employers for students at the University of Cincinnati. In fact, they are the number one co-op employer for biomedical engineering students at the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Co-op is integrated into all CEAS undergraduate programs, enabling students to alternate semesters in the classroom with semesters of full-time, paid, co-op work.

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Tips for time management in college

March 27, 2024

One challenge many students face when transitioning to a college schedule and course load is how to manage their time. This is especially important in engineering since students, aside from their first year, do not get summers off due to the co-op schedule. University of Cincinnati civil engineering student Julie Holkovic provides helpful time management tips that she has learned through her five years in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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UC engineering student committed to improving education in STEM

March 25, 2024

At the University of Cincinnati, Gibin Raju was able to combine his passions for engineering and teaching. UC is home to a prolific engineering education program, one of the first of its kind. As a doctoral student, Raju uses biomarkers like eye-tracking and electrodermal activity to understand how students go about solving problems in engineering.

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UC student groups slated to present at engineering expo

March 18, 2024

Each year, senior students at the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) showcase their capstone projects at the CEAS Expo held at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati. The event features projects that range from medical devices, formula style vehicles, robots, progressive research experiments, interactive products and more. Past winning projects include a robotic blackjack dealer, a working t-shirt cannon, solar energy solutions and a double-arm prosthetic, to list a few.

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What it's like doing an out-of-state co-op

March 6, 2024

Hyojung Kim, University of Cincinnati chemical engineering student, spent a semester on co-op in Idaho Falls working at the Idaho National Laboratory. UC's co-op program is ranked top five in the nation. For this rotation, Kim had to relocate. This piece shares what it is like to work on co-op out of state.