Shelly Miller

Engineering’s Shelly Miller to deliver Distinguished Research Lecture on April 20

March 23, 2023

Professor Shelly Miller was recently honored with a 2022 Distinguished Research Lectureship – one of the highest awards bestowed upon a faculty member at the University of Colorado Boulder by their peers.

Massimo Ruzzene

Massimo Ruzzene appointed to vice chancellor position

March 17, 2023

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore today announced the appointment of Massimo Ruzzene to the position of vice chancellor for research and innovation and dean of the institutes, effective March 20.

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Faculty encouraged to apply for a 2023-24 CU Boulder Outreach Award

March 6, 2023

Proposals for the 2023-24 faculty led CU Boulder Outreach Awards are due by 5 p.m. on April 14.

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Podcast: AI experts on how access to ChatGPT-style tech is about to change our world

March 2, 2023

Daniel Acuña, an associate professor of computer science at the University of Colorado, was recently featured on a podcast from The Conversation.

Scott Diddams in his lab with students

Diddams receives prestigious Mees Medal for ground-breaking optics research that transcends boundaries

March 1, 2023

Professor Scott Diddams has been selected for the 2023 C.E.K. Mees Medal from Optica (formerly OSA) for his pioneering innovations leading to the wide-ranging application of optical frequency combs to ultrafast lasers, optical clocks, spectroscopy, microwave synthesis, and astronomy.

Worms in a dish swimming around

New 'gym-on-a-chip' for worms may lead to new Parkinson’s treatments

Feb. 28, 2023

A team of biologists and engineers at CU Boulder recently led an exercise class for tiny worms—and their findings could one day help doctors treat humans with Parkinson’s disease and similar illnesses.


2023 Colorado WASH Symposium

Feb. 24, 2023

The intent of the Colorado WASH Symposium is to provide a platform for sharing and expanding collective knowledge in the field of water, sanitation, and hygiene in both domestic and international contexts. The symposium brings together leaders and WASH practitioners in social enterprises, the private sector, NGOs, academia, and development agencies.

Robyn Macdonald

Video: Computational Modeling of Hypersonic Flows

Feb. 22, 2023

Robyn Macdonald is an assistant professor in the Ann and H.J. Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department at CU Boulder. Her research interests include hypersonic flows, computation of chemically reacting flows, chemical kinetics, and radiation modeling.

Hisham Ali

Building a one-of-a-kind plasma wind tunnel to advance hypersonics at CU Boulder

Feb. 21, 2023

Hisham Ali is pushing the limits of plasma physics and hypersonics in his lab on campus to advance a nationally important area of science and engineering. Ali studies magnetohydrodynamics – a critical area for hypersonic vehicles...

A robot

Five burning questions about ChatGPT, answered by humans

Feb. 20, 2023

CU Boulder Today spoke with Fiesler and three more technology experts on campus: Daniel Acuña, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science; Peter Foltz, research professor in the Institute of Cognitive Science; and Kai Larsen, associate professor in the Leeds School of Business. They touched on what the future holds for ChatGPT and what it might mean for people.