Siddha Pimputkar receives $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Army to research the development of ultra-wide band gap semiconductor materials for use in RF electronics.
Funding supports development of a new digital app and maps to enhance indoor navigation.
Lehigh researchers provide a methodology for predicting wildfires, work to speed up the translation of research into actual use, discover a novel way to capture carbon pollution, and other developments.
The new Accelerating Research Translation (ART) program addresses the gap between academic research and practical solutions for society’s complex problems.
Teams from eight universities compete in an event held for the first time at Lehigh.
Lehigh's STEM Visualizations team pioneers an online simulator to propel students into a new realm of interactive and comprehensive learning.
The four-year project is working to determine whether patients have cancer, and possibly other diseases.
A Lehigh research team explores the question by building novel control algorithms and linked robots. Prototypes will be put to the test in the Defend the Republic Drone Competition Nov. 17.
The discovery could lead to a vast range of applications in a variety of field including healthcare, material transport and agriculture.
Professor Arindam Banerjee will lead the team that will provide graduate students with the skills needed to pioneer solutions toward an equitable, decarbonized energy future.