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New seed grants from the Engineering Education and AI-Augmented Learning research theme will support range of topics

May 24, 2023

The Engineering Education and AI-Augmented Learning Interdisciplinary Research Theme awarded multiple seed grants this spring to help spur research teaming in the college and boost early projects with the high potential for societal impact.

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CU Boulder postdoc leads research into decarbonization of transportation sector through EV ride-shares

May 24, 2023

A paper recently submitted to Nature Scientific Reports from researchers in the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering explores a scenario in which a 100%-electrified fleet of vehicles must attend to both ride requests submitted by customers and charging requests sent by a utility company during a period of high renewable energy generation.

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New seed grants from Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity theme will support range of topics

May 19, 2023

The Interdisciplinary Research Theme is awarding multiple seed grants to spur research teaming in the college and boost early projects with a high potential for societal impact.

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Brad Wham shares key findings from post-earthquake reconnaissance in Turkey

May 5, 2023

Brad Wham, assistant research professor in CU Boulder’s Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, was a member of one of the three Learning From Earthquakes (LFE) reconnaissance teams that traveled to Turkey in March to assess the impacts of the Feb. 6 Kahramanmaraş earthquake.

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Core Facility Open House and Local Industry Fair

May 3, 2023

The Research and Innovation Office will host an event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 6 on East Campus to showcase CU Boulder's Core Facilities. Refreshments will be provided and registration is requested by May 29.

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Researchers at CU Boulder advancing more trustworthy autonomous systems with U.S Air Force

May 3, 2023

Allie Anderson and Torin Clark at CU Boulder are conducting research into how humans and artificial intelligence systems work together. The pair are part of a multi-university research team commissioned by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to study trust in autonomous systems. It is an important and complex...

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Faces of Community-Engaged Scholarship: Professor Shelly L. Miller

May 1, 2023

Professor Shelly L. Miller is a problem solver and an air pollution researcher in Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering.

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Kōnane Bay’s research group seeks to advance engineered living materials research at CU Boulder

April 28, 2023

Kōnane Bay is an assistant professor in the Material Science and Engineering Program and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.

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CU Boulder team takes top engineering prize in 2023 Solar Decathlon with community housing project

April 24, 2023

An affordable, net-zero energy home designed by CU Boulder students was honored Sunday as part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2023 Solar Decathlon Build Challenge. The team took first place in the durability and resilience category and third place in the engineering category on the project, which will build a low-carbon footprint home out of sustainable materials in Boulder this summer.

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Video on ChatGPT: Education and research practices and ethics in the generative AI era

April 21, 2023

Three leading experts discuss how the disruptive and powerful elements of ChatGPT and other generative AI stand to transform our world. Jim Martin clarifies what a large language model like ChatGPT actually is, Diane Sieber urges the creation of norms around the usage of these tools while Tom Yeh focuses on its potential impacts on education.