Engineering Research at Liberty University
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Students and society benefit from the high-level of research that is taking place at the School of Engineering at Liberty University.
Research gives our students, both undergraduate and graduate, the opportunity to participate in world-impacting projects as they develop career skills using state-of-the-art equipment.
From high-end problem solving for machine learning to computational fluid dynamics that can make life simpler and safer for struggling people groups, engineering research at LU is creating the type of change that is already making a difference in the world.
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Pioneering Engineering Research at Liberty University
Ryan Airesman, a 2023 B.S. in Computer Engineering graduate, became the first Liberty University recipient of a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
The School of Engineering hosted the ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Human Powered Vehicle Challenge national competition – welcoming 12 collegiate teams.
Mechanical engineering student Isaac Liu won the Virginia selection of an ASME Old Guard Oral Presentation competition for his presentation on a small-scale hydropower project.
Two mechanical engineering professors Dr. Thomas Eldredge and Dr. Hector Medina presented research progress for their patent-pending pumped-storage hydropower (PSH) technology.