The majority of ITI faculty and students hold appointments or are pursuing degrees in the College of Engineering, while others come from disciplines such as physics, pharmacy, medicine, and physiology. The quality of their scientific contributions is evident in the publications, patents, and awards showcased here.

13

PhDs graduated

33

Conferences

Number of conferences featuring work of ITI members

114

Journals

Number of different journals featuring work of ITI members

185

Publications

Some papers were co-authored by multiple ITI members

13

Patents

Applications, Approvals, and Disclosures

6

Papers per faculty member

Recent Awards

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Tollefson receives AAUW fellowship

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has awarded a 2021-22 American Fellowship to University of Iowa student Mallory Tollefson, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in Computational Biophysics and is an Iowa Technology Institute research assistant under the direction of Michael J. Schnieders, associate professor of biomedical engineering and biochemistry.
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Iowa PhD student Meng Zhou awarded NASA research fellowship

Meng Zhou, a fourth-year PhD student conducting research at the University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI), has been awarded a NASA research fellowship to study air quality at night. 
Signal Processing Sen Gupta

ITI graduate research assistant awarded Department of Defense fellowship

A University of Iowa PhD candidate working as a research assistant at the Iowa Technology Institute has been selected for the National Defense Science and Engineering (NDSEG) Fellowship Program. Bernice Kubicek was awarded this fellowship to continue work born out of her time with the Ananya Sen Gupta Research Group. She has conducted research on sonar autonomous target recognition through the development of feature extraction algorithms that aim to improve the classification and recognition of objects deep underwater.

Featured Publications

Ambulance Rahmatalla

UI professor’s new book examines impact of whole-body vibration during emergency transport

Salam Rahmatalla, director of the 3D Bio-Motion Research Lab at the University of Iowa Technology Institute, has authored a new book to help medical transport professionals – and vehicle and equipment designers – understand the effects of vibration on immobilized patients during emergency transport.
ITI Kaleidoscope

'ITI Kaleidoscope, 2021' highlights research, accomplishments and people powering the institute

The University of Iowa Technology Institute has published a new overview book called ITI Kaleidoscope, 2021 showcasing the innovation and breakthroughs occurring through collaboration and partnerships at the institute.