The College of Engineering will lead research and innovation to drive breakthroughs that change the world. We will invest in, build out, promote, and advance signature research areas to address key global challenges — precision health, clean energy, resilient infrastructure, and advanced manufacturing and targeted strategic areas with existing competitive advantages — robotics, materials research, and clean water.

In the fiscal year 2017-2018, the College of Engineering received more than $50.27 million in research funding. 

Momentum Research Video Series


jonathen hurst

Robotics
Assoc. Prof. Jonathan Hurst

joe baio

Materials Research
Asst. Prof. Joe Baio

Meghna Babbar-Sebens

Clean Water
Assoc. Prof. Meghna Babbar-Sebens

Greg Herman

Precision Health
Prof. Greg Heman

Wade Marcum

Clean Energy
Assoc. Prof. Wade Marcum