Haoxiang Luo

  • Vanderbilt University

    Mechanical engineering student dives into conservation with Seychelles internship

    Jillian Bremner is steering beyond her academic focus this summer to explore her passions for scuba diving and ocean conservation, with the aim of eventually combining engineering with a marine career. A rising junior mechanical engineering major from Colorado, Bremner is spending eight weeks volunteering for Global Vision International… Read More

    Jul. 9, 2018

  • Vanderbilt University

    Vanderbilt engineer’s novel research explores way to restore silenced voices

    Vanderbilt researchers studied the wings of cicadas to aid in developing a surgical planning tool to help restore speech for people with vocal fold paralysis. A swarm of cicadas that left thousands of insect carcasses across the Vanderbilt University campus in 2011 is leading to transinstitutional research at the Vanderbilt… Read More

    Mar. 27, 2018

  • MuMS building

    New facility devoted to multiscale modeling opens on Music Row

    Vanderbilt University School of Engineering has established a unique research facility focusing on Multiscale Modeling and Simulation. MuMS is home to four faculty members and their research groups. An Open House and inaugural MuMS Seminar Oct. 9 will celebrate the recent creation of the space located… Read More

    Sep. 26, 2014

  • Vanderbilt University

    Dean presents annual engineering faculty, staff awards

    Top, L-R: Koutsoukos, LeBoeuf Bottom, L-R: Luo, Webster The School of Engineering recognized faculty and staff members for their exemplary research, teaching, and professional service during the 2013-2014 academic year. At the final faculty meeting of the year Dean Philippe Fauchet announced faculty promotions, recognized emeritus professors, and… Read More

    May. 6, 2014

  • Vanderbilt University

    Math models to aid voice disorders

    (iStock) Dynamic interactions between biological structures – such as insect wings, fish fins, heart valves and human vocal folds – and the environment (air/liquid) around them are critical for their physiological functions. Computational modeling of fluid-structure interaction (FSI) for biological systems is challenging and has not been extensively… Read More

    Jan. 31, 2014

  • Vanderbilt University

    Two faculty members receive NSF CAREER awards

    Two Vanderbilt engineering assistant professors have received prestigious 2010 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program awards. Jamey Young, chemical and biomolecular engineering, and Haoxiang Luo, mechanical engineering, each received awards totaling $400,000, issued for the next five years. Young’s grant – Metabolic Determinants of Programmed Cell Death… Read More

    Aug. 10, 2010