What if a simple test could identify the onset of sepsis as soon as it occurs? This may be possible in the future thanks to Stony Brook’s participation in the federal government’s new BARDA-DRIVe initiative.
Qi Sun ‘18 has been fascinated with augmented and virtual reality for years. For him the idea of fully melding our physical world with a computerized, virtual one holds incredible promise for humankind and opens a world of possibilities for computer simulated experiences.
In an era when the cost of higher education can stretch family budgets to the breaking point, some students are experimenting with a novel form of assistance: online crowdfunding, boosted by social media.
Benjamin Lawler conducts research on improving the efficiency and emissions of internal combustion engines, including the use of alternative fuels or advanced combustion concepts, for example, Low Temperature Combustion (LTC) strategies. His research interests also include drive-cycle modeling and simulation of various vehicle architectures to evaluate the fuel economy benefits of each next-generation technology. This area also includes the modeling and analysis of hybrid vehicles.