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Dr. C. Nataraj, Mechanical Engineering professor and director of the Villanova Center for Analytics of Dynamic Systems, and Professor and Department Chair Dr. Sridhar Santhanam, have completed phase one of an industry-sponsored project to economize and reduce the time consumption of fatigue testing, the method by which aircraft companies test aircraft parts under varying loads to determine structural stability.
The $538,583 NSF project will examine ~35 million-year-old sediments from an ancient river network to quantify how changes in precipitation, vegetation and temperature in the past caused changes in river discharge and flood magnitude.
Dr. Meltem Izzetoglu, associate research professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and director of the Biomedical Signals, Systems and Analysis Laboratory, is part of a multi-institutional team awarded a $704,983 National Institute of Health grant for "Brain systems of locomotion and falls in older persons with multiple sclerosis."
Internationally recognized expert Dr. Robert Traver, professor and director of the Villanova Center for Resilient Water Systems, spoke to KYW Radio about the major role public parks play in helping cities manage stormwater.
The Formula SAE racecar that Nova Racing spent a year conceiving, designing, fabricating and testing placed 20th overall in competition against more than 125 teams from colleges and universities around the world.