A novel modeling and optimization framework intended to support the United States energy industry developed in part by a West Virginia University engineer has received global recognition for its capabilities to address the nation’s need for clean energy reliably and efficiently.
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Statler College student develops video game that leaves players questioning their mortality and the afterlife
No one knows what happens after death, but a student in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources created a video game that considers what uncertainties could lie ahead.
A collaborative project between the National Energy Technology Laboratory and West Virginia University researchers John Hu and Debangsu Bhattacharyya has received the prestigious IChemE Global Award for the development of a revolutionary new microwave ammonia synthesis process that can utilize renewable electricity to make ammonia, a liquid energy carrier.
Unraveling the mysteries of the cosmos: New telescope at Green Bank Observatory will improve localization of Fast Radio Bursts
In pursuit of unraveling the mysteries of Fast Radio Bursts, a new telescope will bring engineers at West Virginia University one step closer to an explanation.