Tag: J.B. Speed School of Engineering

Online masters puts Navy petty officer on new career path

In 2012, Pennsylvania resident Carolyn McCormick decided her career in television was not right for her. Eager for a change and short on funds, she...

UofL AI diagnostics researcher inducted into National Academy of Inventors El-Baz...

University of Louisville researcher Ayman El-Baz, whose work blends artificial intelligence and medical imaging, has been inducted as a Fellow into the National Academy...

October brings festivities for UofL alumni, sustainability, diversity

What if there was a Card Nation party and everyone was invited? The month of October features events that celebrate so much of what makes...

UofL students part of pioneering water project

Spencer Shipman was really, really thirsty. The J.B. Speed School of Engineering master’s student was outside in the summer heat, filling 500-gallon tanks with potable...

College of Business honors top entrepreneurs

UofL's business and engineering communities together celebrated entrepreneurship earlier this month when UofL's College of Business added two names to its prestigious Entrepreneurship Circle...

UofL student startup a finalist in national college inventor challenge

A University of Louisville student startup has been chosen as a finalist in the 2018 Collegiate Inventors Competition.  The startup, Pascal Tags, was founded by J.B....

Teams featuring UofL students, faculty win Vogt Awards

Two startups founded by University of Louisville students and faculty are among the 2018 Vogt Award winners, each of whom will receive training, mentoring...

Speed students in Peru for International Service Learning Program

A group of students and faculty members from the J.B. Speed School of Engineering have spent the past three weeks in Cusco, Peru as...

3-D Printing, tiny tech and Iron Man at UofL conference

Nanotechnology and 3-D printing can be used for all kinds of things — to quickly and cheaply create prototypes, for example, or to make...

UofL researcher wants to clear icy bridges with geothermal heating

  Like birds flying south, salt trucks are a sure sign of winter. They flock to roadways and bridges, melting the slick ice that makes...