Dr. Marehalli Prasad to Deliver Prestigious Memorial Lecture at 2013 Acoustics Conference in India

Distinguished lecture to discuss the significance of acoustical design in religious spaces. - October 11, 2013

Dr. Hongbin Li Awarded 2013 IEEE Jack Neubauer Award for Cognitive Radio Innovation

Groundbreaking cognitive radio research advances technology for wireless network access. - October 10, 2013

Dr. Darinka Dentcheva Awarded NSF Grant to Aid High-Stakes Decision Making

Mathematical models quantify risk over time as they predict future states of real-world systems. - October 04, 2013

Dr. Len Imas Awarded ONR Grant to Investigate Applicability of Probabalistic Computational Fluid Dynamic Methods to Problems Involving Cavitation

Researcher develops more realistic simulation of flows around partially-cavitating hydrofoils - September 25, 2013

Stevens Researcher Awarded ONR Grant to Advance Understanding of Planing Hull Hydrodynamics and Design

Dr. Len Imas applies computational modeling to investigate hydrodynamics of “ultra-deep vee” hulls. - September 25, 2013

Dr. Eui-Hyeok Yang Commences Term as ASME MEMS Division Chair

MEMS expert recognized for commitment to innovation through collaboration and education. - September 18, 2013

Collaborators Awarded NSF Grant for More Efficient Wireless Networks

Researchers aim to end the scarcity of wireless spectrum with dynamic and efficient access. - September 11, 2013

Stevens Researcher Awarded Collaborative NSF Grant to Understand Bimetallic Nanoparticles for Renewable Energy

Innovative research targets fundamentals of biomass conversion into fuels and chemicals over catalytic bimetallic nanoparticles. - September 06, 2013

Stevens Researcher Awarded NIST Grant to Standardize Depth-Resolving Optical Imaging

Emerging technologies could help detect numerous diseases at earlier stages of development - August 28, 2013

Stevens Research Honored in Highlights 2012 Issue of Nanotechnology Journal

Innovation in battery technology could drastically cut charge-time for mobile devices - August 21, 2013

Scientific Breakthrough in Carbon Nanotube Photonics

Ultraclean carbon nanotubes hold promise for advances in optical fiber communications, solar cells and LEDs - August 09, 2013

Stevens Researcher Wins Army Research Office Grant to Ensure Secure Wireless Communication

Research provides resilient encryption in the absence of supporting infrastructure - August 08, 2013

Dr. Samantha Kleinberg Awarded NIH Grant for New Methods of Studying Large-Scale Data

Research promises to make healthcare monitoring more effective for clinicians - July 26, 2013

Dr. Alexei Miasnikov Presents Groundbreaking Mathematical Research at Prestigious International Congress of Mathematics 2014

Dr. Alexei Miasnikov, Director of the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Stevens Institute of Technology, and his frequent collaborator Dr. Olga Kharlampovich of Hunter College have been chosen as speakers at the International Congress of Mathematics (ICM) 2014, the largest conference in the... - July 12, 2013

Dr. Yazan Manna Honored with Distinguished Teaching Faculty Award

Award from Student Government Association recognizes his dedication to enhancing students’ classroom experiences - July 12, 2013

Dr. Malinovskaya Presented Ultracold Quantum Research at Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics

Dr. Svetlana Malinovskaya, Professor of Physics at Stevens Institute of Technology, presented her innovative work on ultracold dynamics and decoherence at the influential Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP). Hundreds of theoretical physicists and other scientists came from all over the... - June 06, 2013

Lessons from the Fukushima Nuclear Plant Crisis

Dr. Julie Pullen of Stevens Institute of Technology is an expert in modeling chemical, biological, and radiological dispersion in coastal cities. The Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society has published her analysis of the response to the Fukushima Nuclear Plant Crisis. - May 23, 2013

Stevens Students Win People’s Choice Award in National Academy of Engineering Ethics Contest

A team of undergraduate students from Stevens Institute of Technology have won the People’s Choice Award in the nationwide National Academy of Engineering Ethics Video Contest for their investigation of nuclear energy as a sustainable power source. With the strong support of the Stevens community, the video garnered an impressive lead in “Likes” on Facebook. - March 23, 2013

Stevens Professor Joins Open Source Effort to Develop Low-Cost Drugs

Professor A.K. Ganguly of the Department of Chemistry, Chemical Biology & Biomedical Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology is contributing his expertise and passion to the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Open Source Drug Discovery initiative. Dr. Ganguly is focusing on new treatments for malaria and tuberculosis, which are causing millions of deaths while several drugs used to cure these diseases no longer work because of the appearance of resistant strains. - March 16, 2013

Acoustics Expert Dr. Prasad Gives Keynote Presentation at International Conference

Professor Marehalli Prasad advocates better design to reduce environmental noise. - March 02, 2013

Dr. Chandramouli Named IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer for 2013 and 2014

Stevens professor breaks down cell phone network barriers and evaluates effects of social networks. - February 27, 2013

Stevens Undergraduates Present Research on Reducing Back Pain

Lower back pain is the second most common cause of disability for adults in the United States. Faced with the rising number of individuals suffering from the condition, undergraduate students Emily Noonan and Hanna Sidoti at the Stevens Institute of Technology will be presenting their research on... - January 24, 2013

Stevens Students Enter National Academy of Engineering Ethics Video Contest

Team of engineers proposes reassessment of nuclear energy as a sustainable power source as part of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Online Ethics Center (OEC) Energy Ethics Video Challenge. - January 16, 2013

Stevens Wins NSF Grant for International, Multidisciplinary Partnership to Study the Amazon River

Dr. Michael Bruno leads cross-disciplinary effort to observe and model a globally critical coastal maritime system. - December 15, 2012

Creating Sustainable Energy from Microalgae

Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Biomass Program, Dr. Adeniyi Lawal of Stevens Institute of Technology will be leading a team investigating microalgae as a biomass fuel source. The research team is developing a transformative technology that converts the renewable and abundant supply of algae into cost-competitive, high-performance biofuels. - December 06, 2012

Stevens Researcher Wins NSF Grant for Mobile Healthcare Application

Dr. Yingying Chen reduces healthcare costs and generates marketplace potential - November 22, 2012

Dr. Yi Guo Wins NSF Grant to Deploy Autonomous Robot Teams That Monitor Oil Spills

Innovative robots cooperatively track oil propagation more accurately than current technology. - November 21, 2012

Stevens Student Wins Scholarship from Association of Old Crows

Tim Weeks, a senior Electrical Engineering and Systems Engineering major at Stevens Institute Technology, has been selected as a winner of the 2012 Scholarship Award competition of the Metropolitan Club Chapter of the Association of Old Crows. - November 18, 2012

Stevens Expert Joins International Panel on Nutrient Sustainability

Dr. David A. Vaccari of Stevens Institute of Technology is working on an international project funded by the National Science Foundation titled “Coordinating Phosphorus Research to Create a Sustainable Food System,” the goal of which is to identify and implement solutions to ensure the responsible use and conservation of phosphorus. - November 10, 2012

In the Aftermath of Sandy, a Community Comes Together

Hurricane Sandy hit the Stevens and Hoboken community hard, leaving chaos and wreckage in its wake. Hoboken residents, Stevens students, and volunteers from all over the area poured out generosity and support. Additionally, Stevens faculty have been contributing their expertise to help the world understand the scope and severity of Hurricane Sandy. - November 08, 2012

Maritime Researchers Prepare New York City and Boston for Flooding

In New York City and Boston alone, billions of dollars of urban infrastructure lie less than 4 meters above sea level, leaving the cities and its residents susceptible to coastal flooding and storm surges. Rising sea levels caused by climate change makes the two major metropolitan cities even more... - October 25, 2012

Technological Breakthrough Promises Safer Medical Implants

Dr. Mathew Libera awarded patent for innovative technology that repels bacteria, delivers localized antibiotics, and assists bone cell adhesion, sparing patients further surgery to replace an infected implant. - October 24, 2012

Stevens Wins ONR Grant to Develop Secure Wireless Networks

Researcher establishes innovative techniques for efficient and secure wireless communication for the US Navy. - October 12, 2012

Stevens Researcher Wins NSF Grant to Ensure the Security of Growing Mobile App Market

Professor David Naumann takes steps to analyze mobile apps and prevent malware access - October 06, 2012

Stevens Wins DHS Award to Train Future Maritime Security Leaders

As a leader in maritime security and commerce education and research, the Center for Secure and Resilient Maritime Commerce (CSR) at Stevens Institute of Technology, has won its third consecutive Science and Technology Career Development Grant from the Department of Homeland Security. The grant will support fellowships, including full tuition and stipends, for three full-time Maritime Systems graduate students. - October 06, 2012

NSF Funds Regionally Unique Motion Capture Robotics Lab

High-resolution, large volume motion capture advances robotics and control research at Stevens - September 29, 2012

Dr. E. H. Yang's Team Awarded AFOSR Grant for Advanced Infrared Detection Technology

Team led by Dr. E. H. Yang promises to provide tactical advantages for the Air Force and sophisticated apparatus for space exploration - September 28, 2012

Dr. Chang-Hwan Choi Wins Instrumentation Grant from the Office of Naval Research

Low-friction, anti-corrosive research at Stevens promises durability and improved hydrodynamics. - September 26, 2012

Groundbreaking Stevens Research on Water-Repellent Surfaces Published in Physical Review Letters

Dr. Chang-Hwan Choi and Dr. Wei Xu Revise Scientific Understanding of Superhydrophobicity. - September 22, 2012

Researchers Win NYSERDA Award to Develop Online Flood Risk Assessment Tool for Hudson Valley

Customized Web App Will Provide Information for Officials, Resource Managers and the Public by Merging All Flooding Resources into a Single Model - September 14, 2012

Stevens and Weirton Area Port Authority Collaborate to Establish Resilient Ports

To sustain an acceptable performance level despite disruptions, the Weirton Area Port Authority turned to the experts at Stevens Institute of Technology School of Engineering and Science and Howe School of Technology Management to create a resiliency plan in the event of an emergency. - September 12, 2012

Dr. Svetlana Malinovskaya Awarded NSF Grant to Study Ultra-Cold Quantum Control

Dr. Svetlana Malinovskaya, Associate Professor of Physics at Stevens Institute of Technology, has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to investigate light-matter interactions in ultracold atomic and molecular systems in order to provide new methods of quantum control. - September 08, 2012

Stevens Researcher Wins Prestigious NSF Special Creativity Award

NSF awards Dr. Sukhishvili the Special Creativity Award for innovative research on multilayer films. - August 16, 2012

Sven Dietrich Elected Vice Chair of the Technical Activities Committee of the IEEE

Dr. Sven Dietrich, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Stevens Institute of Technology, has been elected Vice Chair for the IEEE Computer Society Technical Activities Committee. The Technical Activities Committee oversees the many task forces, technical committees, and technical councils of the Society. - August 15, 2012

Stevens Researchers Make Seminal Contributions to Dynamic Wireless Technologies

IEEE Communications Society lists four Stevens papers among “Best Reading Topics in Cognitive Radio.” - August 10, 2012

Stevens Researcher Recognized for Leading Role in Noise Control Engineering

Institute for Noise Control Engineering elects Dr. Marehalli Prasad of Stevens Institute of Technology as a Director. - August 04, 2012

Breaking Wireless Communications Barriers for Improved Emergency Response

Stevens PhD Candidates win second prize for contribution to 2012 Software-Defined Radio Challenge. - August 01, 2012

Svetlana Malinovskaya, Expert in Quantum Physics, Elected Chair of Theoretical Physics Community

Dr. Svetlana Malinovskaya, Associate Professor in the Physics Department at Stevens Institute of Technology, was elected as Chair of the Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Community (TAMOC). As chair, Dr. Malinovskaya will coordinate the activities of TAMOC, including the... - July 27, 2012

Stevens Researchers Win NASA Grant to Investigate Severe Weather Threats to New York City

Dr. Alan Blumberg, Dr. Philip Orton work with NASA researcher Timothy Hall on sweeping risk assessment. - July 01, 2012

Stevens Hosts Experts on Severe Weather Threats to Urban Areas

Dr. Alan Blumberg of Stevens and Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig Host a Conference on the Impacts of Extreme Climate Events on Urban Coasts. - June 27, 2012

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