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Clemson University researchers will play a leading role in teaching the nation’s manufacturers how to protect themselves from cyberattack, as they connect a growing number of devices, sensors and other equipment to the internet.
Kevin Juang said that students chose his Ph.D. advisor, Joel Greenstein, as Clemson University’s industrial engineering Professor of the Year so many times that the honor picked up a colloquial nickname, the “Joel Greenstein Award.” “In fact, an informal rule was enacted, placing a limit of three consecutive years that any one person can receive […]
All 2020 graduates from Clemson University’s student veteran population were honored Thursday evening in a special “Hail and Farewell” ceremony at Palmetto Ridge Events in Seneca, South Carolina. Students were presented red, white and blue cords to place over their graduation gear. Another The graduates also received a letter from President Jim Clements and a […]
Top researchers from across the country are developing new technology to control an unusual property of light that could make it possible to channel through fog, murky water and thermal turbulence, potentially leading to new ways of communicating and gathering data. The research team is led by Eric Johnson, the PalmettoNet Endowed Chair in Optoelectronics at Clemson University, and includes researchers from six universities. The team has received a $7.5 million grant to fund the project through the Office of Naval Research’s Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI).
When you’re passionate about your research, you enjoy an opportunity to talk about it with your colleagues. When that opportunity is only three minutes long, and you have to make your research understandable to everyone, it’s a little more challenging. For the audience, though, it’s a lot more fun. Clemson’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition […]
Clemson University Ph.D. student Saheem Absar has received the Hitachi High-Tech Electron Microscopy Fellowship to further his study of lightweight advanced materials. The $25,000 fellowship supports Absar’s use of highly advanced equipment at the Clemson University Electron Microscopy Facility to analyze the effect of nanoparticles on the behavior of gas bubbles during the solidification of […]
Two Clemson University civil engineers have put themselves on track to become professors after immersing themselves in an academic community that has offered them a host of opportunities from mentoring and advising to research and work experiences. Juliann Lloyd and Logan Wade, now first-year Ph.D. students, have been on separate but parallel tracks since graduating […]
Employers can soon expect more Clemson University engineering graduates to enter the workforce with advanced language and culture skills that will set them up for success in international businesses, a cornerstone of South Carolina’s economy. A new collaborative initiative, “Engineering + Language,” is expected to prepare engineering students for a culturally and linguistically diverse workplace […]
Clemson University researchers have been awarded $3 million over three years to develop a personalized professional development recommender system for teachers that resembles the way businesses such as Amazon.com recommend products or streaming entertainment. Researchers from the Clemson University College of Education and the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences will develop this recommender system to improve teacher effectiveness and retention while increasing student achievement. The grant award comes from the U.S. Department of Education Supporting Effective Educator Development Grant Program. Of 130 applications to the program, Clemson’s proposal is one of only 12 to be awarded.
Nine outstanding faculty members from the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences were honored in an Oct. 28 ceremony attended by the college’s department chairs and top administrators. The honorees were Fadi Abdeljawad, Nicole Martinez, Rajendra Bordia, Ardalan Vahidi, Beshah Ayalew, Yunyi Jia, Tim DeVol, Jennifer Ogle and Suyi Li. The awards ceremony is […]
The first in a series of virtual panel discussions related to how manufacturing is succeeding in a COVID-19 economy was held this month. Anand Gramopadhye, dean of the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences at Clemson University, and John Lummus, President and CEO for the Upstate SC Alliance, are partnering to host conversations with […]
A new Clemson University lab that researchers are calling “a cutting-edge solution to help fight COVID-19” could be stocked with 13 sample-handling robots and have a staff of about 50 students fully trained as early as November. The COVID-19 Clinical Diagnostics Lab started off by testing the saliva of athletes and Tiger Band members and […]
In one of the programs that Greg Mocko oversees at Clemson University, students from across the country are challenged to design, manufacture, test and fly a hand-launched unmanned aerial vehicle. It’s a project aimed at resembling how Boeing assembles Dreamliners in North Charleston and is an example of the innovative, industry-focused experiences that Mocko is […]
Martin Lightsey said that Clemson University helped shape him into a well-rounded individual and provided him with an education that opened the door to a successful career. Lightsey now wants to pay Clemson back for all he has received. That feeling more than anything, he said, is what has motivated him to donate some of […]
John Ballato of Clemson University was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society, a prestigious recognition by his peers for his outstanding contribution to physics. Ballato holds the J. E. Sirrine Endowed Chair in Optical Fiber in Clemson’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. The society is recognizing him “for pioneering contributions to optical fibers, […]