The December 2022 Engineering Graduation Ceremony celebrated the accomplishments of 460 engineers and scientists from the College of Engineering and Applied Science who earned their bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.
The new findings offer researchers a rare opportunity in neuroscience: the chance to observe the inner workings of the human brain from the outside. Doctors could also potentially use the results to, one day, screen their patients for illnesses like depression or Parkinson’s Disease.
Iain Boyd leads a $15 million NASA institute called the Advanced Computational Center for Entry System Simulation (ACCESS). This effort investigates new ways to protect spacecraft as they undergo the extremes of entering atmospheres on Earth, Mars and beyond.
Using bright green lasers and camera equipment, a team of CU Boulder engineers ran an experiment to reveal how tiny water droplets, invisible to the naked eye, are rapidly ejected into the air when a lid-less, public restroom toilet is flushed.
Jeffrey Miller struggled his entire life with dyslexia and ADHD, but he worked hard to make his dreams come true. Miller will receive a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from CU Boulder in December. He's also the recipient of the 2022 Perseverance Award from the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
While growing up in a small rural town, Emma Andreasen wasn’t exposed to computing. Today she's a teaching assistant for an Intro to Engineering Computing course and recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Undergraduate of the College Award.
It wasn’t enough for Benjamin Chilton to study chemical engineering at CU Boulder. While at the university he became a firefighter, a course assistant and student ambassador, as well as studied subjects far outside the breadth of engineering.