Marquette Engineer Magazine

Dean’s Message

Engineering, 2014

Ropella

At Marquette, the creative and curious student is supported by a hands-on, challenge-based, student-centered engineering curriculum offered by faculty who leverage their research to inform their teaching.

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RoboCup 2014 – Shooting for Their Goals

Engineer, 2014

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Established two years ago, Marquette’s Humanoid Engineering and Intelligent Robotics Lab is making impressive progress on its lofty goals. The lab qualified for the RoboCup, an annual international robotics and artificial intelligence competition.

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Innovators in Action

Engineer, 2014

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Biomedical engineering professor Dr. Brian Schmit is nine months into a four-year research study. Like his study participants, he remains focused on the end result: improved muscle function and mobility for men and women with incomplete spinal injuries.

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Promising Pursuits

Engineer, 2014

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Marquette embraces intellectual property developed by its researchers.

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A-ha

Engineer, 2014

Aha

Somewhere out there, a high school student is sitting with an iPad, quietly sketching out ideas for the next big thing in personal technology, architecture or transportation.

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Five Ways Engineering Education is Getting Creative

Engineering, 2014

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A list of way that the College of Engineering is getting creative.

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Building Tomorrow’s Leaders

Engineer, 2014

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At the helm of E-Lead is Dr. Kristina Ropella, Eng ’85, interim Opus Dean and professor of biomedical engineering. She describes a people-focused program built on leadership, engineering and Jesuit ideals.

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Nuts & Bolts

Engineer, 2014

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Master class turns corporate tower project into massive engineering classroom

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Marquette Research & Innovation

Engineer, 2014

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The Opus College of Engineering is TRANSFORMING engineering education by PREPARING today’s engineers to be CREATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVERS. Marquette targets four global areas of concern for which it encourages students to find innovative solutions.

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Opus College of Engineering recognizes Rauenhorst’s lifelong commitment to finding ‘a better way’

Engineer, 2014

Rauenhorst

On Sept. 2, 2014, Marquette University unveiled the Opus College of Engineering to honor the life and legacy of alumnus Gerald “Gerry” Rauenhorst, Eng ’51, who founded The Opus Group®, a family of commercial real estate development, construction and design companies headquartered in Minneapolis. In announcing the naming, President Michael R. Lovell said, “It’s clear Gerry embodied the […]

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Dean’s Message: Circling the globe

Engineer, 2013

Robert H. Bishop, Opus dean of Marquette University College of Engineering

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

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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

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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

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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

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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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2013 Research Yearbook

Engineer, 2013

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In collaboration with colleagues and students — and often in pursuit of solutions to global problems — the faculty of the College of Engineering extend knowledge on engineering’s many frontiers, including sensorimotor control, acoustic-to-articulator inversion systems, technologies for pediatric orthopaedic disabilities, fault-tolerant electric machines and drives, advanced prosthetic design, and energy-or-nutrient generating water remediation techniques.

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Program Spotlight

Engineer, 2013

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Environmental Engineering Lab

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Creating a Circle of Discovery

Engineer, 2012

For the past two years, I have had the great honor of working with faculty, students, staff, alumni and friends of the university on a program of transforming engineering education to reflect the global multidisciplinary nature of our modern world. This year, we will connect teaching and research with the opportunities afforded by Engineering Hall […]

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Shock forces – at the cellular level

Engineer, 2012

A small spark ignites more than 1 million pounds of solid fuel to launch the space shuttle into space. An airbag deploys during an automobile accident in 30 milliseconds, preventing the driver from hitting the dashboard. A large round of ammunition punctures nearly five inches of armor on the side of a tank. What do […]

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Enhancing infrastructure through innovative testing and engineering

Engineer, 2012

Each day, millions of Americans hop in their cars and drive across roads, over bridges and under signs without thinking twice about transportation infrastructure. Fortunately for the general public, Dr. Christopher Foley and other leading civil engineers are helping the government keep closer tabs on the upkeep, safety and cost of key components of the […]

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