Smarter Bonds for Smarter Chemotherapy In the past some cancer therapies have proven almost as devastating as the disease itself. Researchers in the College of Engineering are developing "smart" nanoparticles that can more effectively target cancerous cells, leaving healthy tissue unaffected.
Smarter Bonds for Smarter Chemotherapy
Perfecting Portable Microfluidic Diagnostic Devices Faculty in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering have developed portable microfluidic diagnostic devices that can identify a variety of toxins in real time.
Perfecting Portable Microfluidic Diagnostic Devices
Cleaning Coal Emissions Researchers at Notre Dame are developing ionic liquids that can effectively and economically separate CO2 from flue gasses so that it can be stored underground instead of being released into the atmosphere.
Cleaning Coal Emissions
Giving 20th Century Absorption Refrigeration Systems the Cold Shoulder A multidisciplinary faculty team has successfully designed several ILs with specific thermodynamic properties that promise to increase the efficiency of absorption refrigerating systems.
Giving 20th Century Absorption Refrigeration Systems the Cold Shoulder
Notre Dame Researchers Develop Paint-on Solar Cells An inexpensive solar paint, developed by Notre Dame researchers, could help the outside of your house generate electricity.
Notre Dame Researchers Develop Paint-on Solar Cells

Welcome to the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Teaching and research efforts within the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering encompass biological systems, chemical systems, computation and theory, energy and the environment, materials, and microscale devices.

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Notre Dame Collaborations Receive Seed Grants for High-Impact Research
Notre Dame Collaborations Receive Seed Grants for High-Impact Research
September 3, 2014

The Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics initiative at the University of Notre Dame is pleased to announce that it has awarded seed funding to five new research projects across three interdisciplinary themes: precision medicine, environmental health, and mobile diagnostics. In each case, the funds will be used to gather preliminary data and validation of innovative ideas proposed by Notre Dame faculty and their collaborators to solve difficult real-world problems.

Notre Dame and Major New York Medical Group Collaborate on Biomedical Research
Notre Dame and Major New York Medical Group Collaborate on Biomedical Research
September 8, 2014

The University of Notre Dame and Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have announced a plan to collaborate on biomedical research projects, student training, joint conferences and other forms of academic exchange.

Global Engineering Deans Council Taps Notre Dame’s Kilpatrick 
for Two-year Leadership Term
Global Engineering Deans Council Taps Notre Dame’s Kilpatrick 
for Two-year Leadership Term
September 15, 2014

Peter Kilpatrick, the Matthew H. McCloskey Dean of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been elected as chair of the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC).

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Mark McCready

Mark McCready

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Office: 182 Fitzpatrick Hall

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College of Engineering Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Multiphase fluid flows in confined geometries CO 2 absorption and reaction in multiphase systems Micro fuel cell technologies Fundamentals of phase change processes
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Mark McCready

College of Engineering Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Multiphase fluid flows in confined geometries CO 2 absorption and reaction in multiphase systems Micro fuel cell technologies ...
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Diya  Li

Ph. D Candidate
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Tai-Wei Hwang

Tai-Wei Hwang

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Phone: 574-631-8366

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College of Engineering Graduate Student
Title of Dissertation: Dynamics of Atomic Scale Metallic Junctions and Adsorbed Lewis Base Adsobates Studied by Fluctuation Spectroscopy
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Tai-Wei Hwang

Title of Dissertation: Dynamics of Atomic Scale Metallic Junctions and Adsorbed Lewis Base Adsobates Studied by Fluctuation Spectroscopy
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