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Dean Lim

Greetings! I am pleased to introduce W.E.B. News, the college's bimonthly electronic newsletter. W.E.B. News, short for the college's recently developed sub-brand of "We Engineer Better," highlights just a few of the many recent updates and successes involving CEAS faculty, students and alumni. As you read through W.E.B. News, I know you will share the pride I feel in seeing the important contributions we are making to the world of engineering and technology that impact the lives of all of us. Additional news stories are posted at our redesigned website: http://www.ceas.uc.edu. I invite you to follow us on Twitter @uc_ceas and Facebook.
    On behalf of the students, faculty and staff of CEAS, I wish you and your family a warm and happy holiday season!




Learning Center Officially Dedicated

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Remembering Dr. Roy Eckart

Senior Associate Dean Emeritus Roy Eckart passed away on November 26, 2012. He began his UC career in 1966 as a math instructor before being appointed professor of nuclear engineering with research in criticality safety, radiological environmental assessment and human health-risk assessment. Dr. Eckart served as interim dean of the college from 2004 to 2006.

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Dr. Roy Eckart

Left to Right: Rebecca Matthews, Benjamin Ko, Dean Lim, Michelle Blomer and Brandon Cook.
Left to Right: Rebecca Matthews, Benjamin Ko, Dean Lim, Michelle Blomer and Brandon Cook.
CEAS Honors Its Finest Achievers

On Tuesday, November 6, College of Engineering and Applied Science Interim Dean Teik C. Lim presented $500 scholarships to the college's five "Engineer of the Month" students. These students are from mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, computer science and biomedical engineering.


Biomedical Engineering Student Working with a Splice of Life

Biomedical engineering senior, Richard Godby, performs ground breaking vascular biology research as an undergraduate and narrows the gap between aspirations and cures.

Richard Godby
Richard Godby

Design-Build Projects Team
Design-Build Projects Team
SAS Students Place at ASC Competition and Build onto Tradition of Excellence

CEAS Construction Management students competed in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) 9th consecutive regional competition. The competition was held at the Doubletree Guest Suites & Conference Center in Downers Grove, Illinois from October 17-20. The four UC teams finished on top, ranking in first, second and fifth places.


UC Team Shines at PACE Forum in China

CEAS mechanical engineering students, in collaboration with DAAP industrial design students, rated best during the "2012 Annual PACE Forum" in Shanghai, China.

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Rendering by second year design students.

Simulation Cener Award
Bob McDonald, Chairman, President and CEO of P&G, CEAS Interim Dean Teik C. Lim and Laura Becker, P&G General Manager, Global Business Development.
UC Simulation Center Receives C+D Partnership Award from P&G

Dr. Teik C. Lim, Interim Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science, upon receiving the 2012 P&G Connect+Develop Public/Private Partnership Award from Bob McDonald, Chairman, President and CEO of P&G, announced a new "5 plus 5 over 5" partnership which includes a grant from P&G totaling $5 million over 5 years.


Microfluidic Breakthroughs Offer New Options for Ease and Accuracy in Extraction of Rare Cells or Separating Blood

Using something called "inertial microfluidics," University of Cincinnati researchers are able to continuously and selectively collect rare cells, such as circulating tumor cells, based on their size vs. other biomarkers. This could reduce analysis time and increase selectivity while reducing reliance on antibody-based testing in clinical tests.

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This image shows the size-dependent extraction of particles. The fluorescent image indicates trapping of larger particles while smaller particles pass through.

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Matthew Hagedon with electrofluidic imaging film. The white, plastic film, ten times thinner than a sheet of paper, is in a rigid frame for support during lamination into a display. The goal is a large roll of film that can be laminated onto electronics.
UC Research Brings Us Step Closer to Rollable, Foldable e-Devices

Research from the University of Cincinnati brings industry and consumers closer to several improvements in e-Readers and tablets, including a simpler and more colorful way to make rollable and foldable devices. Some day, you may be able to fold up your iPad and put it in your pocket.


Read about the latest news in the School of Aerospace Systems fall newsletter: Special Edition Remembering Neil Armstrong

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