- NSF awards Niu $422K for research on lithium-metal… The National Science Foundation awarded Junjie Niu, associate professor, materials science & engineering, $422,180 for ... Read more
- Elyasigorji receives ACAA scholarship Congratulations to doctoral student Farzaneh Elyasigorji (civil and environmental engineering), who received a scholarship from ... Read more
- Nosonovsky honored for work in surface science, fr… In June, Michael Nosonovsky, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at UWM’s College of Engineering ... Read more
- Ranji awarded $444K NIH grant; goal is to better u… The National Institutes of Health awarded Mahsa Ranji, associate professor of electrical engineering, a $444,993 ... Read more
UWM is one of the nation’s top 131 research universities as recognized by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The College of Engineering & Applied Science hosts dozens of world-class research centers, labs and multiple individual research initiatives. Through our research, we solve real-world problems. As a student at either the graduate or undergraduate level, you will have the opportunity to work with faculty on leading-edge research.
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