Resolve Magazine: Volume 2, 2019

Health Care in Focus

Welcome to the Fall 2019 issue of Resolve—a magazine dedicated to research and educational innovation in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science at Lehigh University.

At its best, engineering addresses complex societal challenges and improves the human condition. No field of endeavor impacts the human condition quite as deeply and directly as health care. Here in the Rossin College, and across Lehigh as a whole, a range of emerging research initiatives and educational programs are focusing on improving health care outcomes, accessibility, and affordability. 

Headlining this issue of Resolve is a profile of teams from across the college and university who are exploring new avenues in biomaterials, sensors, and electronics and integrating them with communications, imaging, and analytics systems. The ultimate goal of such collaborations are devices, materials, software, and hardware that “can literally change someone’s world.”

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A new picture of health

Pushing the pedal to the metal

Data analytics and experimental microscopy power discovery of extremely hard high-entropy alloys—a novel approach that could accelerate search for new materials

Mining medical data

Computer science and engineering professor Mooi Choo Chuah employs deep learning and data mining to improve systems for diagnosis, prognosis, and cybersecurity

A major development

Coming in Fall 2020: A new degree in Biocomputational Engineering will give undergrads an edge in the booming field of health care analytics

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Resolve® magazine is devoted to Lehigh engineering research and educational innovation, highlighting exciting partnerships, projects and academic programs at our University.

Resolve® is published semiannually by the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science and the Office of University Communications and Public Affairs at Lehigh University.

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