The University of Utah College of Engineering’s new Research Report for 2022 is out now, detailing some of the innovative research by its faculty and students that may one day benefit the world.

In this year’s report, read about the POWDER project, run by School of Computing professor Kobus Van der Merwe, the nation’s go-to testbest platform for researchers and corporations like AT&T to test their new wireless technologies.

You can also read about electrical and computer engineering associate professor Heayoung Yoon and how she’s using a different set of materials to produce cheaper and more efficient solar panels. And there is a profile of chemical engineering associate professor Kody Powell and how is research has led many local manufacturers to more efficiently use their power to save money and help the environment.

Those and more stories about the college’s amazing accomplishments can be found in this year’s report, which you can read by clicking below. You can also download this edition as well as other past publications from the college by clicking here.


Click this link for a PDF copy