Building a better sensor

Prof. Nosang Vincent Myung manipulates the size and shape of nanoengineered materials to tune the sensitivity and selectivity of his electronic nose prototype to mimic the capabilities of the human nose.

Electronic nose prototype
CBE Graduate Student Zeinab Ramshani

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Jennifer Schaefer

Jennifer Schaefer awarded Notre Dame’s Burns Award for outstanding mentorship of doctoral students

Jennifer Schaefer, associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is a recipient of the James A. Burns, …

Group photo of the 2022 GCSP seniors

Grand Challenges Scholars take on real-world problems in energy, health, and sustainability

Five students in the College of Engineering have completed the Notre Dame Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GCSP) — …

Goodrich with students in CBE lab

Victoria Goodrich named 2022 Outstanding Teacher in Notre Dame Engineering

Victoria Goodrich, associate teaching professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is the recipient of the …

Yamil Colón

Yamil Colón receives NSF CAREER Award to advance understanding of gas adsorption in porous materials

Yamil Colón, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has received the National Science …

Pinar Zorlutuna with a graduate student in lab

Low-cost, portable device could diagnose heart attacks in minutes

Researchers from the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering and the University of Florida’s College of …

Electronic nose sensor

A nose by any other name is a gas sensor

There’s nothing like the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning. But how does one measure that smell? …

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Our research facilities are part of a vibrant and growing Notre Dame research infrastructure. Research and innovation in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering take place in dozens of labs and core facilities, including those with Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering, Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineeering, Nieuwland Hall of Science, and the Multidisciplinary Research Building.

CBE Undergrad in Schleckser Family Unit Operations Laboratory

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Fighting to Control Diabetes

Prof. Matthew Webber is developing new technology that would sense a drop in blood sugar and automatically administer life-saving medication as needed.