News: Research Highlight

Assistant Professor Stavros Gaitanaros Receives Seed Grant to Research Lightweight Architected Materials for Space Applications

September 14, 2018

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Stavros Gaitanaros, who was recently announced as a recipient of a seed grant from Space@Hopkins! According to its website, Space@Hopkins connects the array of Johns Hopkins University divisions, departments, and collaborative institutions in their common pursuit of civilian space research. Gaitanaros’s project, ‘Lightweight architected materials under extreme conditions for space applications’, […]

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Prof. Tak Igusa Presents at NTSB Regarding Ethics of Autonomous Vehicle Testing

August 16, 2018

On May 23. 2018, Tak Igusa, professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, along with his collaborator Johnathon Ehsani, assistant professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health, presented to the Board Members and staff of the NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) on the topic of the ethics of autonomous vehicle testing. Their presentation focused […]

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Prof. Sauleh Siddiqui to Receive a 2018 Catalyst Award

June 7, 2018

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Sauleh Siddiqui, who has been selected to receive one of thirty-two 2018 Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards. Initiated in 2015, these grant awards of up to $75,000 support the promising research and creative endeavors of early career faculty with the goal of launching them on a path to a sustainable and rewarding academic career. The […]

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CE Graduate Assistant George Weber Wins Poster Prize at the U. S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics

August 7, 2017

Congratulations to civil engineering graduate assistant George Weber on recently winning first prize for his poster at the 14th U. S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM14) in Montreal, Canada! George joined the Computational Mechanics Research Laboratory (CMRL) in 2013 and is a graduate student from the department of Mechanical Engineering. His work is supported through the […]

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Letting the Light Shine: A Revamp of The George Peabody Library Skylight

February 24, 2017

There’s no denying when you step into The George Peabody Library that you’re in awe. The building, which houses approximately 300,000 books, rises 61 feet from its black-and-white marble floor to the massive skylight and includes six tiers of stately cast-iron columns, decorative railings, and classical embellishments touched with gold-leaf. Yet, as with any piece […]

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