The U.S. Department of Energy recognized the research of two of the college’s graduate students at the 2020 Industrial Assessment Center Student and Alumni Awards.
UWM engineer Junjie Niu has developed an electrode material that delivers quick charging with higher capacity and more energy for the batteries used in smartphones and electric cars.
UWM researchers have found a way to predict and quantify damage from cyberattacks on utilities and created a framework for them be properly insured.
Renewable energy expert Deyang Qu was recently awarded a $1.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to fund research on high-energy, solid-state battery systems for electric vehicles.
UWM scientists are creating more powerful and longer-lasting batteries that can be used in everything from electronics to electric cars.
The same high wind gusts that produce power can crack wind turbines’ giant blades. Ryo Amano has found a way to get the blades to heal themselves.
UWM teams with the National Science Foundation to advance a more reliable, greener and less expensive way to deliver power.
Researcher Filipe Alberto is searching for the genetic traits in earth’s fastest-growing organism to find strains that are best-suited for mass production of biofuel.