Department News

2015

  • George Mason University engineering professor Harry Van Trees has received one of engineering's highest honors––being elected to the... View more...
  • George Mason University engineering professor Harry Van Trees has received one of engineering's highest honors––being elected to the... View more...
  • Robert Elder & Alex Levis of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department received $30K from Exelis Inc. and the Naval Research Laboratory for their project, "Kinetic/Non-Kinetic Integrated Force Effects (KNIFE)... View more...
  • A thumping bass may do more than light up a party—it could flat out extinguish it, thanks to a new sound-blasting fire extinguisher by George Mason University undergrads.   The fire extinguisher uses low-frequency sound waves to douse a blaze. Engineering seniors Viet Tran and Seth Robertson... View more...
  • A thumping bass may do more than light up a party—it could flat out extinguish it, thanks to a new sound-blasting fire extinguisher by George Mason University undergrads.   The fire extinguisher uses low-frequency sound waves to douse a blaze. Engineering seniors Viet Tran and Seth Robertson... View more...
  • A George Mason University professor has a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to help university professors step up their teaching game. What George Mason professors learn could be applied to universities nationwide. The plan for the three-year $572,000 NSF grant is to close the "valley of... View more...
  • A George Mason University professor has a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to help university professors step up their teaching game. What George Mason professors learn could be applied to universities nationwide. The plan for the three-year $572,000 NSF grant is to close the "valley of... View more...
  • A George Mason University professor has a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to help university professors step up their teaching game. What George Mason professors learn could be applied to universities nationwide. The plan for the three-year $572,000 NSF grant is to close the "valley of... View more...
  • A George Mason University professor has a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to help university professors step up their teaching game. What George Mason professors learn could be applied to universities nationwide. The plan for the three-year $572,000 NSF grant is to close the "valley of... View more...
  • The Oceanography Society just released a report on the progress women in oceanography have made over the last decade. The supplement appeared in the December issue of Oceanography Magazine. The report contains 200 autobiographical sketches of women in the field, and our very own Associate... View more...
  • The Oceanography Society just released a report on the progress women in oceanography have made over the last decade. The supplement appeared in the December issue of Oceanography Magazine. The report contains 200 autobiographical sketches of women in the field, and our very own Associate... View more...
  • A group of six George Mason University students with majors in Engineering, Biology, Math, and Graphic Design took part in a winter intensive class during the first two weeks of January at the Postech University, in Korea.  The class, supported by the Office of Student Creative Activities and... View more...
  • A group of six George Mason University students with majors in Engineering, Biology, Math, and Graphic Design took part in a winter intensive class during the first two weeks of January at the Postech University, in Korea.  The class, supported by the Office of Student Creative Activities and... View more...
  • When undergraduates from two Volgenau School departments challenged each other to a STEM competition, more than 100 students showed up with designs for remote controlled robots, wave extinguishers, pizza poachers, and more. The competition, Battle of the STEM Departments, required each team to... View more...
  • When undergraduates from two Volgenau School departments challenged each other to a STEM competition, more than 100 students showed up with designs for remote controlled robots, wave extinguishers, pizza poachers, and more. The competition, Battle of the STEM Departments, required each team to... View more...
  • When undergraduates from two Volgenau School departments challenged each other to a STEM competition, more than 100 students showed up with designs for remote controlled robots, wave extinguishers, pizza poachers, and more. The competition, Battle of the STEM Departments, required each team to... View more...
  • When undergraduates from two Volgenau School departments challenged each other to a STEM competition, more than 100 students showed up with designs for remote controlled robots, wave extinguishers, pizza poachers, and more. The competition, Battle of the STEM Departments, required each team to... View more...

2014

  • Computer Science Associate Professor, Huzefa Rangwala, another researcher-scholar-creator award winner explained that his field, bioinformatics, works on the same principles as Netflix; both make recommendations based on previous behaviors. Collaborating with chemists and others, Rangwala is... View more...
  • Computer Science Associate Professor, Huzefa Rangwala, another researcher-scholar-creator award winner explained that his field, bioinformatics, works on the same principles as Netflix; both make recommendations based on previous behaviors. Collaborating with chemists and others, Rangwala is... View more...
  • Two Volgenau School of Engineering faculty members were inducted as honorary members of George Mason University's Chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society on Saturday, November 1, 2014.    Recognition as an Honorary Member is based student nominations. Nominees are evaluated on... View more...

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