The Rothberg Catalyzer AI Summit of the Americas brought together CEOs, researchers, and thought leaders to discuss how industries are harnessing the power of machine learning technologies.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2024/02/innovators-converge-at-university-of-miamis-first-ai-summit.html



Hackathon showcases student talent and opportunities in artificial Intelligence

Rothberg Catalyzer and the University of Miami College of Engineering provided a platform for innovation at the inaugural Horizon AI Hackathon where university students were challenged to produce an AI-powered solution to a real-world problem.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2024/02/hackathon-showcases-student-talent-and-opportunities-in-artificial-intelligence.html


Civil, Architectural and Environmental

Bio-inspired solutions to tackle a billion-dollar corrosion problem

A new highly competitive federal grant is helping College of Engineering assistant professor Ali Ghahremaninezhad find solutions for an important challenge: the longevity of the country’s infrastructure.

http://news.miami.edu/coe/stories/2024/01/bio-inspired-solutions-to-tackle-a-billion-dollar-corrosion-problem.html




Mechanical and Aerospace

Student’s Herculean research efforts power the materials race for light and strong carbon fibers

College of Engineering student Neyton Baltodano Jr. is helping to perfect the 3D-printing process for short carbon fiber materials that could ramp up the safety of the aeronautics industry.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/students-herculean-research-efforts-power-the-materials-race-for-light-and-strong-carbon-fibers.html