Engineering a better world for all calls for solutions of a different caliber, demanding innovation across disciplines using a design-centric approach.

We employ and develop intelligent systems and automation and tools at the nano-and-micro-scales that will revolutionize energy systems, strengthen climate resilience, advance human health and transform mobility to bring a sustainable, healthier and more resilient world within reach.

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Engineering for All

We strive to leave no communities behind, developing engineering solutions and accessible technologies that improve the quality of life for all. Learn more

Intelligent Systems and Automation

We employ novel applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence to address each of our strategic research impacts. Learn more

Tools at the Nano- and Micro-Scales

We develop and employ cutting-edge miniaturized technologies to facilitate the advancement of our strategic research. Learn more

College of Engineering Celebrates Next Level Research Vision with 2023 Showcase

Just under a year after the College of Engineering and Dean Richard Corsi launched the Next Level research vision, on March 16 the college played host to the 2023 Next Level Research Showcase to celebrate 2022's award recipients, including their advancements in research and lessons learned.  

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Dean Richard Corsi

Leveling Up: Unveiling a Bold Vision for the College of Engineering

The education strategic vision is part of our college's overall vision, which encompasses research, education and community, and our core value of engineering a better world for all. 

Taking our college to the next level means amplifying our strengths to become outstanding leaders in the engineering challenges we address, the education we provide and the community we create. 

Read Dean Corsi's full announcement