Faculty & Research
U.S. News & World Report, 11/15/16 | Working with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Villanova’s Dr. C. Nataraj is using data-driven approaches to diagnose and predict medical conditions.
Dr. Michael Smith uses the brewing process to teach transport phenomena, heat transfer, mass transfer, biology and process design.
NSF Grant Supports Villanova Chemical Engineering Faculty T Cell Research Research is focused on developing new technologies and techniques that streamline the production of genetically engineered T cells to treat leukemia patients.
Moeness Amin, PhD, director of the Center for Advanced Communications, has been chosen as an international signal processing expert to give independent technical guidance to a United Kingdom University Defense Research Collaboration Consortium.
Institution of Engineering and Technology presents Dr. Amin with a 2016 Achievement Medal for seminal contributions to signal analysis and processing.
Villanova Engineering Professor among Research Grant Recipients Announced by Academy of Natural Sciences
Dr. Andrea Welker, Civil and Environmental Engineering, was awarded $379,645 for “Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Stormwater Controls at the Promenade at Granite Run.”
Dr. Fleischer is elected to five-year term of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Electronics and Photonics Packaging Division.
Researchers from the Center for Advanced Communications win a second best paper award for research on the use of radar to monitor the elderly.
Center for Advanced Communications Director Moeness Amin presents plenary talk at international radar conference.
Technische Universität Darmstadt, June 17, 2016 | Villanova’s Humboldt Prize winner Dr. Moeness Amin is in Germany working on his award-winning research.
Villanova University Selects Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor As Recipient of 2016 Outstanding Faculty Research Award
The College of Engineering's Dr. Robert Traver is honored for research in stormwater management and sustainable engineering.
Civil Engineering faculty have been named the recipients of the American Society for Engineering Education's (ASEE) Stephen J. Ressler Best Paper Award.
A team of Villanova Chemical Engineering faculty has been recognized for the most outstanding Chemical Engineering paper presented at the ASEE annual conference.
Dr. Moeness Amin is conducting radar signaling research that could help identify victims of falls.
Dr. Hashem Ashrafiuon, Director of Villanova’s Heterogeneous Autonomous Vehicles Lab, offers insight in response to “What is the primary change you see in drones tech in the next couple of quarters?”
Renowned radar signal processing expert Moeness Amin, PhD, Director of Villanova University’s Center for Advanced Communications, has been awarded Germany’s prestigious Humboldt Prize in recognition of his lifetime achievements.
Villanova Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Metin Duran, PhD, recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to share his expertise and experience in using methane to produce energy.
A published paper by College of Engineering Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Chemical Engineering Randy D. Weinstein, PhD, has been selected for the 2016 ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education) Corcoran Award.
Moeness Amin, PhD, director of Villanova University's Center for Advanced Communications, has exceeded 10,000 citations in his published work, which includes more than 200 journal papers and 500 conference papers.
Dr. Ross Lee’s work with Campbell’s leads to new type of internship for students with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Dr. Seri Park and two of her undergraduates have published a synthesis of highway practice through the Transportation Research Board.
Dr. Leslie McCarthy’s dedication to railway engineering has resulted in Villanova being granted National University Rail (NURail) Center affiliate member status.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently granted $1.1M to support a Collaborative Research Cluster Partnership involving Villanova University’s Center for Energy Smart Electronic Systems (ES2), which is housed in the College of Engineering.
Professor William J. Kelly, PhD, director of Villanova University’s graduate program in Biochemical Engineering, recently traveled to Nice, France to attend the third European Congress of Applied Biotechnology (ECAB3) meeting, which was held in conjunction with the 10th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE10).
Six Chemical Engineering faculty members and one doctoral student will deliver presentations on a variety of topics at the 2016 American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ Annual Meeting .