University News: Engineering
News and stories from Marquette featuring the College of Engineering. For more news, visit the College of Engineering website.

Marquette 3D Visualization Lab featured in Journal Sentinel

News release, August 15, 2014

Marquette University’s 3D Visualization Lab was featured in the Friday, Aug. 15, edition of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The piece highlighted an intercollegiate collaboration with Milwaukee Area Technical College, as well as cross-campus partnerships at Marquette. Known as the CAVE, the visualization facility is housed in the College of Engineering under the direction of Dr. […]

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Life size and 3D

Marquette Magazine, Summer 2014

News release, July 23, 2014

Computer images spring to three-dimensional life in the Visualization Lab that opened in January.

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Engineering students compete in RoboCup, the World Cup for robots

News release, July 18, 2014

Students from Marquette University’s College of Engineering have qualified for RoboCup 2014, an international humanoid robot soccer competition. The event is July 19-25, 2014, in Brazil following the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament.The Marquette students are the only American team to qualify in the teen size division of the competition and the first team from […]

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JSOnline.com: Marquette team heads to RoboCup — the World Cup for robots

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News release, July 18, 2014

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Engineering dean Bishop to leave Marquette; Ropella will serve as interim

News release, July 15, 2014

MILWAUKEE – Dr. Robert Bishop, Opus Dean of the College of Engineering, has resigned from his position at Marquette and will become dean of the University of South Florida’s College of Engineering. Dr. Kristina Ropella, executive associate dean, will serve as interim dean, effective July 15, 2014. Ropella earned her bachelor of science degree in […]

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Soccer-playing robot built by Marquette to compete in global competition

News release, June 5, 2014

Marquette only U.S. team to qualify in RoboCup teen size division MILWAUKEE – Students from Marquette University’s College of Engineering have qualified for RoboCup 2014, an international humanoid robot soccer competition. The event will be held in Brazil, July 19-25, following the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament. The Marquette students are the only American team […]

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Marquette team wins $53,000 at international business plan competition

News release, April 23, 2014

Student start-up focalCast earns Trailblazer Prize at Rice Business Plan Competition MILWAUKEE – FocalCast, a mobile app that allows users to wirelessly present PowerPoints from their tablet or smartphone directly to a display device, won the $50,000 Trailblazer Capital Start-up Entrepreneur Investment Prize and the $3,000 Gimmal Group Outstanding IT Prize at the Rice Business […]

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New Visualization Lab provides collaborative space to create immersive environments

Marquette Matters, March/April 2014

News release, April 16, 2014

A group of freshmen grabbed their 3D glasses and took a seat before the lights were turned down and the screen in front of them came to life. For the next hour, these students weren’t captivated by the latest blockbuster at the local movie theatre, but were transported inside a human artery in Engineering Hall’s […]

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Marquette team a finalist at international business plan competition

News release, April 1, 2014

Student start-up FocalCast lets users present PowerPoints from smartphones MILWAUKEE – FocalCast, a mobile app that allows users to wirelessly present PowerPoints from their tablet or smartphone directly to a display device, has been named a finalist in the Rice Business Plan Competition, which is billed as “the world’s richest and largest business plan competition.” […]

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NASA selects Marquette satellite to launch into space

News release, March 7, 2014

NASA has selected Marquette as one of 16 organizations to launch a CubeSat, a small student-built satellite that weighs around three pounds, into space sometime in the next three years. The Marquette satellite is designed to carry out two main objectives: collect and transmit pictures from onboard cameras back to earth, and test the reliability […]

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NASA selects Marquette satellite to launch into space

News release, February 19, 2014

NASA has selected Marquette University as one of 16 organizations to launch a CubeSat, a small satellite that weighs than three pounds, into space in 2015, 2016 or 2017. The student-built CubeSat, named Golden Eagle One, will be the first satellite built by Wisconsin college students to be launched into space. The CubeSat program, developed […]

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Marquette engineering dean honored for contributions to space flight and engineering education

News release, January 15, 2014

American Astronautical Society to present award at annual meeting Jan. 28 MILWAUKEE – Dr. Robert H. Bishop, P.E., Opus Dean of the Marquette University College of Engineering, has been selected to receive the 2013 Dirk Brouwer Award from the American Astronautical Society. The award honors those who have contributed significant technical contributions to space flight […]

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel names its “Big Ideas” of 2013; includes three Marquette innovations

News release, January 2, 2014

Three Marquette University innovations made the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s list of “Big Ideas” for 2013. The Mobile Legal Clinic, the human-powered nebulizer and the College of Nursing collaboration with Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin were all touted as examples of great ideas that came from leading research institutions in Wisconsin in 2013. Excerpts from the article […]

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Dr. Andrew Williams talks to NPR’s “Tell Me More”

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News release, December 19, 2013

Dr. Andrew Williams, professor and John P. Raynor, S.J., distinguished chair of electrical and computer engineering, and director of the Humanoid Engineering & Intelligent Robotics Lab, spoke to NPR’s Tell Me More program about his work with robotics and developing healthy nutrition and activity choices for children.

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Yahoo News, WISN – Engineering students design satellite

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News release, November 14, 2013

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Dean’s Message: Circling the globe

Engineer, 2013

News release, October 14, 2013

Engineers design for 10 percent of the world’s population, but what about the other 90 percent? That’s where Marquette wants to be.

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Aiming for the stars

Engineer, 2013

News release, October 14, 2013

Marquette engineering students are aiming for the stars — literally. Within three years, the college plans to send a satellite designed and built by students into space.

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Engineering Beyond Boundaries

Engineer, 2013

News release, October 14, 2013

Home base is at 16th and Wisconsin, but the College of Engineering’s footprint is much, much larger.

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Paying it forward

Engineer, 2013

News release, October 14, 2013

Alumni who gained pivotal experience through Marquette co-ops help introduce a new generation of students to real-world engineering.

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Peak Performers

Engineer, 2013

News release, October 14, 2013

Get to know Engineering Hall’s new generation of tech-rich labs and the faculty and students who make them go.

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