Faculty

  • Electrons in graphene behave like light, only better

    Electrons in graphene behave like light, only better

    UVA, Columbia researchers discover that electrons mimic light in graphene, confirming a 2007 prediction – their finding may enable new low power electronics and lead to new experimental probes. A team led by Cory Dean, assistant professor of physics at Columbia University, Avik Ghosh, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Virginia,READ MORE
  • UVA Engineering’s Fall 2016 Research-Focused Newsletters

    UVA Engineering’s Fall 2016 Research-Focused Newsletters

    UVA Engineering is at a pivotal moment in history, because investment in STEM is critical to the future. With this vision, the school has launched an important effort to engage alumni and supporters in funding strategic priorities, such as the graduate education program and diversity.UVA Engineering is at a pivotal moment in history, because investment in STEM is critical to the future. With this vision, the school has launched an important effort to engage alumni and supporters in funding strategic priorities, such as the graduate education program and diversity.

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  • UVA Engineering Welcomes New Faculty, Innovation in 2016-2017

    UVA Engineering Welcomes New Faculty, Innovation in 2016-2017

    The University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science welcomes five new teaching faculty and 16 new tenured and tenure-track faculty in 2016-2017, most for joint appointments emphasizing UVA Engineering’s focus on interdisciplinary research and teaching initiatives that will address society’s emerging technological challenges. Five of the new tenured/tenure-track faculty are part of a

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