â€śRobotics and manufacturing are core to mechanical engineering. I want our department to contribute to this national initiative for robotics R&D, education and training.â€ť
Five of the nine Rice University faculty members named to the Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers list for 2016 are in the George R. Brown School of Engineering, and three of the others have joint appointments in engineering.
â€śWhen a chip becomes hotter, it becomes less efficient. We end up consuming more energy and using it less efficiently."
This could be the best and most realistic version of â€śOperationâ€ť ever, but a system under development at Rice University to help train doctors is no game.
Fred C. Higgs III says one of his goals will be â€śworking with my team to develop tomorrowâ€™s ethical, emotionally intelligent engineering leaders who will enter the engineering workforce ready to deliver innovative products and technologies.â€ť
Matthew Brake, C. Fred Higgs III, and Pedram Hassanzadeh will all join the faculty on July 1.
A simple device created by Rice University engineering students may shield young children from much of the pain of having a stent removed after a urinary tract procedure.