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Villanova engineers are rigorously educated, socially grounded, conscientious thinkers and doers who are professionally prepared to make meaningful change in the world.
Our collaboratively competitive community of undergraduate through doctoral students benefits from faculty members who are experts in their fields and recognized for excellence in teaching, applied learning techniques and scholarly research. They prepare and educate engineers to be society’s future innovators and technical leaders, and help students develop the broad-based leadership skills they need to grow professionally and collaborate effectively across disciplines.
Built on a foundation of academic excellence, community, ethical leadership and service, Villanova University College of Engineering offers an engineering education that ignites both hearts and minds, creating wisdom to shape the world.
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Four Villanova Engineering PhD students presented their research at the 2018 Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers. Their participation reflected Villanova’s recognized expertise in the field of radar and advanced communications.
Dr. Jacob Elmer, associate professor of Chemical Engineering, and a team of undergraduates, created a device to continuously measure blood content within a set of defined parameters. Their invention took first place out of 300 submissions, earning $25,000, bragging rights and publication in an industry journal.
The Villanova Wildcat baseball team will begin using a new virtual reality training system designed by Dr. Mark Jupina, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The VR system matches batters and catchers against some of the best pitchers in Major League Baseball, but it’s intended use stretches far beyond just a virtual batting machine.
Villanova’s Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems (ES2), under the leadership of Dr. Aaron Wemhoff, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, is exploring the balance of economics, location, and environmental burden on data centers to develop strategies for minimizing greenhouse gas emissions.