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Julio M. Ottino Selected for 2023 G.I. Taylor Medal

Awarded by the Society of Engineering Science, Ottino was recognized for “pioneering theoretical and experimental contributions to the fluid mechanics of mixing.”
Jan 23, 2023|from Northwestern Engineering News

Has Southwest Airlines Finally Crossed the Line?

Professor Hani Mahmassani spoke to Newsweek about the low-cost carrier’s struggles during the holiday season.
Jan 10, 2023|from Newsweek

Faculty Spotlight

Faculty Spotlight
Jan 6, 2023

Jieun Kim wins grand prize for 2022 AGU Freilich Visualization Competition

Jieun Kim wins the grand prize for the 2022 AGU Freilich Visualization Competition
Dec 15, 2022

Sharmila Mulligan Stresses Curiosity During Commencement Remarks

Mulligan spoke at the Saturday, December 10 PhD Hooding and Master’s Recognition Ceremony, telling graduates that curiosity is “the very basis of education.”
Dec 12, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Addressing the Future of Transportation Sectors

On November 16, the Northwestern University Transportation Center hosted events discussing rail freight and supply chain visibility.
Nov 21, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Two Northwestern Faculty-led Teams Celebrate 2022 Chicago Innovation Awards

Illinois Wastewater Surveillance System and Epicore Biosystems are among the 20 most innovative products and services.
Nov 18, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Search Committee Formed to Find New Dean of the McCormick School of Engineering

The individual chosen will succeed Julio M. Ottino, who will step down as dean at the end of the academic year.
Nov 16, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Faculty Spotlight: George Wells

Faculty Spotlight: George Wells
Nov 15, 2022

McCormick Faculty Named Among Global ‘Highly Cited Researchers’ for 2022

The list identifies researchers who showed significant influence by publishing highly cited papers.
Nov 15, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Profs. Buscarnera, Rudnicki, & Bazant team up to study carbon storage

Profs. Buscarnera, Rudnicki, & Bazant team up to study carbon storage
Nov 4, 2022

Ange-Therese Akono Presents at First US-Africa Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Symposium

Held October 12-14 in Nairobi, Kenya, Akono presented research on how nanotechnology and inorganic chemistry can be integrated to help develop sustainable construction materials suitable for tropical rain forest climates in countries like Cameroon.
Nov 4, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Faculty Spotlight: Giorgia Chinazzo

Faculty Spotlight: Giorgia Chinazzo
Oct 26, 2022

Prof. Erica Hartmann writes about designing for a healthy indoor environment

Prof. Erica Hartmann writes about designing for a healthy indoor environment
Oct 20, 2022

A Closer Look at how Israel Manages its Precious Water Resources

The Northwestern students’ trek opens new avenues for research and global collaboration in a land adjusting to an ever-drier climate.
Oct 19, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News
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