Multimedia man

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2004

You know those music CDs and movie DVDs we all like (in part), well, you can thank Kettering University's Dr. Peter Stanchev, who does research in this field. He spent some of his summer conducting tutorials on the newest technology yet: the MPEG 7.

You know those music CDs and movie DVDs we all like (in part), well, you can thank Kettering University's Dr. Peter Stanchev, who does research in this field. He spent some of his summer conducting tutorials on the newest technology yet: the MPEG 7.

It's a small, small, small, small world.

By Website Administrator | Jun 6, 2005

Having an environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) on campus has allowed Kettering and industry researchers to "get down" to the subatomic level.

Having an environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) on campus has allowed Kettering and industry researchers to "get down" to the subatomic level.

The science of clicks and pops

By Website Administrator | Jul 22, 2005

Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

The science of clicks and pops

By Website Administrator | Aug 30, 2005

Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

New technologies need new math

By Website Administrator | Nov 4, 2005

Traditional mathematical equations to rapidly calculate heat transfer don't work with new technologies like lasers. A Kettering undergrad developed a numerical solution to the problem with a little help from his professor.

Traditional mathematical equations to rapidly calculate heat transfer don't work with new technologies like lasers. A Kettering undergrad developed a numerical solution to the problem with a little help from his professor.

Analyzing chronic pain

By Website Administrator | Nov 18, 2005

Kettering research continues to explore the use of technologies to unravel the causes of Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The newest technology involves decoding the function of the brain by analyzing electroencephalographic (EEG) readings.

Kettering research continues to explore the use of technologies to unravel the causes of Fibromyalgia Syndrome. The newest technology involves decoding the function of the brain by analyzing electroencephalographic (EEG) readings.

Getting kids on their feet

By Website Administrator | Dec 2, 2005

A Kettering professor has been instrumental in making dreams come true for hundreds of handicapped kids and their families.

A Kettering professor has been instrumental in making dreams come true for hundreds of handicapped kids and their families.

Fuel saving gadgets

By Website Administrator | Feb 24, 2006

A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.

A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.

Pop star crash test

By Website Administrator | Mar 3, 2006

Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.

Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.

The matrix - chilled

By Website Administrator | Mar 17, 2006

A Kettering researcher is developing a matrix to make commercial refrigeration units more energy efficient.

A Kettering researcher is developing a matrix to make commercial refrigeration units more energy efficient.

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