A CU Boulder and Millennium Water Alliance-led program committed to ending humanitarian drought emergencies in the Horn of Africa has been named one of the Top 100 in the prestigious John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation 100&Change competition, and remains in the running for the competition’s award of a single $100 million grant.
Research leadership in the college is encouraging any and all faculty – no matter their rank, department or research area ¬– to submit a proposal for a new Interdisciplinary Research Theme to start this summer. Find out how.
Assistant Professor Kaushik Jayaram sees nature as a giant catalogue of design ideas. Engineers can “leaf through” it to see how various species have overcome problems–many of the solutions exquisitely developed over time to perfection.
Associate Professor Gregory Whiting and his research group are preparing for the thrill of a lifetime: two parabolic flights, each expected to provide around ten total minutes of reduced gravity to test and model how 3D printing of functional materials works in lunar gravity.
Assistant professors Dimitra Psychogiou and Emiliano Dall’Anese of electrical, computer and energy engineering won for innovative proposals focused on radio frequency spectrum access and algorithmic control of networks, respectively.