Research & Development

Winter 2008

Fixing Fick’s Law

Marc Donohue, the Whiting School’s vice dean of research, places a cup of water on a table in his office….

Winter 2008

Work That’s All Fun and Games

He-Man and Voltron action figures no longer rule the toy store. And while there are a few classic games and…

Winter 2008

And They’re Off!

Adam Baumgartner, a sophomore mechanical engineer, is talking in a corner of Latrobe Hall’s basement. He’s describing his involvement on…

Winter 2008

Expanding Worlds

Each summer, several undergraduate recipients of the Whiting School’s Vredenburg Scholarships receive funding to apply their engineering, technology, and applied…

Winter 2008

The Sum of Its Parts

For Chieh-San Cheng, MS ’91, everything he ponders is made up of parts—parts, or data, that ultimately create a whole…

Winter 2008

Beware the Eavesdropper

In the past decade, millions of people have begun to use Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services that route their…

Summer 2007


Michael Yu, assistant professor in Materials Science and Engineering, received a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award…