Researchers at the University of Notre Dame recently developed an all-optical tabletop technique, called infrared photothermal heterodyne imaging (IR-PHI), that beats normal infrared microscopes by overcoming limitations caused by how tightly light can be focused.
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame, in partnership with those at Northwestern University, are a step closer to understanding how superconductors can be improved for reliability in future quantum computers.
The team, led by by Morten Eskildsen,…...
The challenges of today cannot be met with the thinking of yesterday. Meet seven outstanding faculty members who are shifting paradigms in their fields as they work to build a better tomorrow.
According to the World Health Organization, one of the biggest health threats around the world is antibiotic-resistant bacteria and researchers at the University of Notre Dame are working to combat this problem by developing a nanoparticle-based system.
Patricia J. Culligan, currently the chair and Carleton Professor of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at Columbia University, has been appointed the Matthew H. McCloskey Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame.
Thomas O’Sullivan, assistant professor of electrical engineering, is leading a team to develop the first “smart” breast clip, a device that could revolutionize breast cancer treatment.
Twenty projects in nanotechnology are available to choose from. The program is open to current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors attending any college or university in the U.S. or abroad.
Researchers at Notre Dame have demonstrated a novel one-shot learning method that allows computers to draw upon already learned patterns more quickly and efficiently and using less energy than currently possible, while adapting to new tasks and previously unseen data.
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research has recognized David Burghoff, assistant professor of electrical engineering, with a Young Investigator Research Program award.
Assistant Professor Yanliang Zhang’s work on additive manufacturing for functional materials and devices was featured in a recent themed issue of the Journal of Materials Chemistry A titled Emerging Investigators 2019.
In a paper published in Physical Review Letters, Jon P. Camden and collaborators used a combination of electron spectroscopy and theoretical modeling to observe the first direct detection of Fano resonances, or Fano interferences.
Hirotaka Sakaue, associate professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been named an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
The University of Notre Dame, Indiana University and Purdue University are teaming up with the Indiana Innovation Institute for Indiana National Lab Day, connecting researchers with representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Laboratories.
Similarities in biology and technology inspire novel approach in mobile robotics and prosthetics for spinal cord injuries
A team led by Suman Datta, Stinson Professor of Nanotechnology and director of the Applications and Systems-driven Center for Energy-Efficient integrated Nano Technologies and the Center for Extremely Energy Efficient Collective Electronics, has successfully demonstrated the hardware for low-power compact...
With funding from the American Heart Association, Notre Dame researchers will use biomaterials and stem cells to regenerate lymphatic vessels and study their potential for therapeutic applications.
Jennifer L. Schaefer, assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, and her research team are working to address the critical needs for energy storage in both developed and developing markets.
A paper recently published in Scientific Reports shares that a research team from the University of Notre Dame has engineered a chip that allows thermal imaging with IR detectors. This new chip features unique properties not previously available with conventional...
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame have received $180.6 million in research funding for fiscal year 2019 — $100 million more than 10 years ago and a more than 27 percent increase from last year.
Seven faculty members from the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering and College of Science have been awarded three grants through the NDnano Seed Grant Program.