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Armour College Professor Chairs Machine Learning in Medical Imaging Workshop

Kenji Suzuki, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, chaired the Eighth International Workshop on Machine Learning in Medical Imaging, held in Quebec City, Canada.

Institute for Food Safety and Health Receives USDA Grant

Illinois Tech’s premier applied food science research consortium is using the nearly $260,000 award to further ensure the safety of fruit juice by High Pressure Processing.

Noted Illinois Tech Microgrid Expert Named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Bodine Chair Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Mohammad Shahidehpour joins a cohort of 155 inventors from around the world as an NAI fellow. In 2017 he was also elected as a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

Physics Alumna Wins PAST Doctoral Award from the IEEE

Martina Martinello (PHYS Ph.D. ’16) won the 2018 Particle Accelerator Science and Technology (PAST) Doctoral Student Award for her work on superconducting radiofrequency cavities. She was recognized for her doctoral thesis, which focuses on research she performed at Fermilab.

Collaboration to Create One of the First Microgrid Clusters in the World

ComEd has partnered with Illinois Tech on two United States Department of Energy grants to develop and test microgrid technology on Illinois Tech’s Mies Campus and in the surrounding Bronzeville neighborhood. The university has led the way in successful microgrid development.

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