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Tiny pH sensor developer by SMU student could be next-gen freshness predictor for packaged food

March 16, 2023

SMU graduate student Khengdauliu Chawang has developed a miniature pH sensor that can tell when food has spoiled in real time. Creating the device was personal for her.

Dr. Janille Smith-Colin receives 2022-23 SMU Golden Mustang Award

January 19, 2023

The Golden Mustang Award recognizes an outstanding SMU young faculty member whose teaching is consistently excellent.

SMU names Nader Jalili Dean of Lyle School of Engineering

January 11, 2023

SMU has named Nader Jalili dean of Lyle School of Engineering. Currently professor and head of mechanical engineering at the University of Alabama, Jalili is an innovative leader and researcher, known for bringing the resources of engineering education and research to undergraduate and graduate students, industry partners and community outreach programs.

Jessie Marshall Zarazaga and Corey Clark receive 2022 Tech Titans Award

November 17, 2022

Dr. Jessie Marshall Zarazaga and Dr. Corey Clark have received the 2022 Tech Titans Award.

Jessie Marshall Zarazaga, Corey Clark named Tech Titans Award finalists

October 14, 2022

Dr. Jessie Marshall Zarazaga and Dr. Corey Clark have been named as finalists for the 2022 Tech Titans Award.

Photodigm Donates $250K to SMU Launching an Advanced Photonics PhD Fellowship

October 06, 2022

The new Photodigm Photonics PhD Fellowship supplies a quarter of a million dollars over five years to promising young academics and grants them full access to Photodigm’s photonics lab in Richardson, TX.

SMU Names Leading Researcher in Water-Energy Systems, Kathleen M. Smits, Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering

July 29, 2022

Smits will teach courses in environmental clean-up in developing communities, contaminant transport modeling, water resources and other topics that align with furthering research in these areas

CEE PhD student Kostas Kalfas receives 1st place in Student Paper Competition at 2022 ASCE, EMI Conference

June 14, 2022

CEE PhD student Kostas Kalfas receives 1st place in the Dynamics Student Paper Competition at the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) 2022 Conference.

SMU Lyle team receives Spotlight Award at Senior Design Showcase

May 31, 2022

The SMU team presented an adaptive irrigation system called “Smart Sprinkler” that could measure soil moisture levels and intelligently decide the time and locations to water.

SMU Lyle team places second in drone competition

May 31, 2022

The 2022 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) University Innovation Showcase sponsored by Raytheon Technologies challenges students to develop solutions for various problems in the realm of unmanned aerial systems.

ARA and SMU Lyle announce microrobotics collaboration

Dr. MinJun Kim, the principal investigator of SMU’s BAST Lab, along with members of his team will be contributing their expertise and providing access to their laboratory.

May 16, 2022

ARA and the Biological Actuation, Sensing, and Transport Laboratory (BAST Lab) at SMU today announced a collaboration to further advance microrobotics technology for real world applications.

Paul Krueger to serve as Dean ad interim of the Lyle School of Engineering

May 02, 2022

Professor Krueger will begin his duties as interim dean on June 1, and will serve in this capacity until a new permanent Dean has been appointed.

Jung-Chih Chiao elected Fellow of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

March 07, 2022

J.-C. Chiao, the Mary and Richard Templeton Centennial Chair and professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in the SMU Lyle School of Engineering, has been elected a fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE).

Conversation with Civic Leader Bobby B. Lyle

February 21, 2022

Though Dr. Bobby B. Lyle wasn't born in Dallas, he has played a significant role in shaping the city into what it is today.

Overwhelming numbers of uninsured dialysis patients may have a systemic solution

SMU analysis suggests screening protocols set by government policy – not hospitals – may be to blame for ER strain

February 08, 2022

Screening protocols to determine who qualifies for “compassionate dialysis” in hospitals with high numbers of uninsured patients are driving an unintended consequence, an SMU analysis has found.