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  $78.4M

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STUDENT NEWS

"Intelligent Welding" by Alexandra Del Carmen Basantes Defaz, Materials Engineering; 2nd Place
3 Engineering Students Win Image of Research Awards
Congrats to our Image of Research winners! The Image of Research exhibition is the annual interdisciplinary exhibit competition organized by the Graduate College and University Library to showcase the breadth and diversity of research at UIC.  "Intelligent Welding" by Alexandra Del Carmen Basantes Defaz, Materials Engineering; 2nd Place"Intelligent Welding" I am not your stereotypical welder. I am an M.S. student in the Department of Civil and Materials Engineering conducting research in UIC’s Welding Laboratory under the direction of Professors Ernesto Indacochea and Didem Ozevin. I am researching traditional welding techniques and autonomous welding in “real-time” to avoid defects. It addresses weld quality assurance by developing a combined real-time diagnosis, decision, and control system based on multi-sensor fusion and machine learning methodology. The…
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Connect with Engineering Student Organizations
Visit the UIC Involvement Fair on September 6-7 for an opportunity to connect with UIC Engineering student organizations. More than twenty College-sponsored organizations provide students with opportunities to apply their passion for engineering and develop leadership, teamwork, and hands-on technical skills.The UIC Involvement Fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 6 and 7 in the Lecture Center Quad.Click here for a list of our student organizations, or visit the UIC Connection website.
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ECE Students Giving Back to the Community through Senior Design Projects
Embracing and partnering with the community is one of the key elements of UIC’s strategic priorities. And 16 students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) are taking this mission to heart and using their engineering knowledge and skills to help four Chicago nonprofits.
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Chicago EDT Wins 2nd at NASA Competition
UIC's robotics team, the Chicago Engineering Design Team (EDT), won the Second Place Caterpillar Autonomous Award at the 2017 NASA Robotic Mining Competition. The competition, held at the Kennedy Space Center, challenged teams to design and build a robot that can dig and collect basaltic regolith simulant and autonomously navigate a simulated Martian terrain—objectives designed to help NASA find innovative ways to excavate well-insulated water ice. Chicago EDT beat 44 teams including Purdue University, Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Michigan, and UIUC in its fifth year participating in the competition.Visit chicagoedt.org for more information.
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COLLEGE NEWS

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Dream Big: Engineering our World
Please join us on October 7, 2017 at the Museum of Science and Industry for a film screening of Dream Big, a documentary that highlights the impact engineers have on everyday life.Meet us at UIC to board the bus to the museum. We will depart from the Science and Engineering Offices building (851 South Morgan Street) at 10:30 a.m. and return at 2:30 p.m. Complimentary parking is available on campus in the lot at the corner of Halsted and Taylor Streets.The cost is $25 (or $15 for youth under 13), which includes museum entrance, lunch, your movie ticket, and transportation. Proceeds from this event will benefit the UIC College of Engineering's 20+ professional student organizations.RSVP by Friday, September 29, 2017 to engralumni@uic.edu.For more…
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Upcoming Tech Talk: Big Data and the Human Brain
UPDATE: Venue for tech talk has been changed to 302 SCE (Student Center East), 750 S. Halsted St.Please join us for a tech talk, Big Data and the Human Brain: Integrating Complex Data to Find Cures, with guest speaker Jeffrey Loeb, MD, PhD, the John S. Garvin Chair, professor and head of the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation at UIC.Wednesday, September 20, 20175:00–6:30 p.m.302 SCE (Student Center East)750 S. Halsted St,Chicago, Illinois, 60607Light refreshments will be served. Parking is available for $8.50 in the lot at the corner of Halsted and Taylor Streets.Please RSVP to eaa-admin@uic.edu.Jeffrey Loeb, MD, PhD, has made important contributions to neurological science in the fields of neuregulin in development as well as the functional and genomics of human epilepsy and has…
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Attend the Engineering and Computer Science Career Fair
More than 100 employers will be at the Engineering and Computer Science Fair Tuesday, September 19 from 10am–2pm at UIC Forum.Students: Check out the list of 99+ registered employers, get valuable tips to help you prepare, and learn more about volunteer opportunities here.Employers can register here.For more information, contact Rose Coppola-Conroy, Director of the Engineering Career Center, at rcconroy@uic.edu or (312) 355-5174.
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College Counts 4 Among Crain’s Tech 50
Three College of Engineering alumni—Samantha Melchiori (BS '05), digital and analytics site director, Caterpillar; Martin Logan (BS '01), chief information officer, Guaranteed Rate; and Rohit Pasam (MS '04), CEO, Xaptum—along with Peter Nelson, dean of the College, were among the innovators named to Crain’s Chicago Business’s 2017 Tech 50 list, which highlights those at the forefront of Chicago's technology scene. Read more here.
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