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Program & Research Areas

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Biological & Chemical Engineering Research

Using fundamental principles of biology, chemistry, and mathematics, B&CE researchers are inventing bio-inspired systems, circuits, and processes as well as biotherapies and biofuels.

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Biomedical Engineering Research

BME research draws from multiple disciplines and supports discovery in fundamental applied science and engineering, as well as translational science, to address grand challenges in human health.

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Electrical & Computer Engineering Research

ECE research is advancing technologies ranging from semiconductor devices to advanced communication networks, from self-powered sensors to electric cars, from wearable devices to cognitive medical imaging, and from autonomous vehicles to smart cities.

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Energy Engineering Research

Aims of energy engineering research at Dartmouth include increasing the efficiency of energy conversion, storage, transmission, and utilization, accelerating the transition to sustainable energy sources, and improving access to and management of energy systems.

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Materials Science & Engineering Research

MSE research supports discovery in fundamental applied engineering as well as translational science in areas such as ice physics, nano- and bio-materials, energy harvesting and storage, and materials modeling.

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Mechanical, Operations & Systems Engineering Research

Dartmouth engineers view the world as a series of interconnected systems with various feedback loops where researchers can zero in on bottlenecks and find ways to address them using available tools.

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Upcoming Events

Apr

16

Friday
2:00pm – 3:00pm EST

PhD Thesis Defense: Chuanlong Wang

Apr

19

Monday
3:30pm – 4:30pm EST

Halide Perovskites—An emerging class of semiconductors for optoelectronic applications

Severin Habisreutinger, Staff Scientist, Chemistry & Nanoscience Center, NREL

Apr

21

Wednesday
12:00pm – 1:00pm EST

Development of a Nonunion Model & Scaffold Techniques to Promote Bone Regeneration

Katherine Hixon, Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington U

Apr

22

Thursday
2:30pm – 3:00pm EST

Open Office Hours: Deans Abramson & Bonfert-Taylor