- Academic Research Colloquium
- Endowed Chairs
- Research & Scholarship
- Biomechanics Lab
- Integrated Microsystems Lab
- Intelligent Optics Lab
- Intelligent Signal Systems Lab
- Low Speed Wind Tunnel
- Merlin Flight Simulator Lab
- Nano Electro-Optics Lab
- Nanofab Lab
- Robotics Lab
- Signal & Image Processing Lab
- Transportation Group
- Research Labs
Research for the Common Good
The University of Dayton School of Engineering is excited to announce its 2017 graduate colloquium on Research for the Common Good to motivate and promote cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary discussions on finding optimal solutions.
UD Degree Programs and Partners
Our School offers Ph.D. degrees in electrical and computer engineering, electro-optics, materials engineering, and mechanical and aerospace engineering, in addition to M.S. degrees in the above areas as well as chemical engineering and civil engineering. We also have strong interactions with biology, chemistry, computer science, and physics within the College of Arts and Sciences, and also with the University of Dayton Research Institute, which has an annual research expenditure of approximately $100M, and strong collaborations with government and industry through the Air Force Research Labs, General Electric EPISCenter, Emerson Climate Technologies, IDCAST and others.
In keeping with the vibrant teaching and research atmosphere in the School of Engineering, we look forward to illuminating presentations by, and interactions between, graduate students specializing in areas relating to advanced manufacturing, including addition, automation, controls, Internet of Things, materials and robotics. These individuals will also participate in tours of various research facilities on campus, tour GE and Emerson, interact with our own students and researchers, and engage in workshops on proposal writing and faculty job interviewing. In return, this event will help us learn from the best and the brightest in the the above areas, so that we can continue to grow and contribute more effectively in this very important area.
About the Colloquium
ARC is open to engineering Ph.D. students who are two or more years from graduation. The selection process is competitive; 18 spots are available. All travel, lodging and food expenses are paid, and as part of ARC, you will enjoy the following:
- Present your early research before top peers and UD faculty
- Collaborate with other Ph.D. candidates
- Learn how to apply and interview for faculty positions — and what search committees look for in a candidate
- Learn the keys to writing winning proposals
- Discover partnership opportunities between industry and academia
- Gain exposure to research opportunities with local companies and organizations
You will also discover a University rich in opportunities for faculty, staff and students. As a Catholic, Marianist institution, we value diversity and are committed to creating an open, welcoming, inclusive campus where engineering Ph.D. candidates, faculty and professionals meet to push for continuous progress in engineering.