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Dartmouth Engineer Magazine http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine The Magazine of Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth en dartmouth.engineer@dartmouth.edu Copyright 2017 2017-04-28T14:49:00+00:00 Dartmouth Ties for 1st in MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/dartmouth-ties-for-1st-in-mempc-prisim-business-war-games-competition http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/dartmouth-ties-for-1st-in-mempc-prisim-business-war-games-competition#When:14:49:00Z 2017-04-28T14:49:00+00:00 Thayer School's First 150 Years http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/thayer-schools-first-150-years http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/thayer-schools-first-150-years#When:15:40:00Z From Sylvanus Thayer's founding inspiration to today's innovations, we trace the history of engineering at Dartmouth.

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Looking to the Future http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/looking-to-the-future http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/looking-to-the-future#When:15:30:00Z The beginning of Thayer School’s next 150 years can be summed up in one word: expansion.

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Uber for Energy http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/uber-for-energy http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/uber-for-energy#When:15:20:00Z Two new Thayer School professors seek to revolutionize the energy grid by turning it into a sharing platform.

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http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/perspective-150-years-and-counting http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/perspective-150-years-and-counting#When:15:00:00Z From its beginning, the Thayer School of Engineering has been different.

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Fossum Wins Highest Engineering Prize http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/fossum-wins-highest-engineering-prize http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/fossum-wins-highest-engineering-prize#When:14:30:00Z Professor Eric Fossum, inventor of the CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) active pixel image sensor that is in every modern cell phone has been awarded the world’s highest engineering honor, the Queen Elizabeth Prize in Engineering. Modeled on the Nobel Prize, the £1m award recognizes innovations in engineering that have globally benefitted humanity.

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Q&A: Zoe Dinneen ’18 http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/qa-zoe-dinneen-18 http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/qa-zoe-dinneen-18#When:14:25:00Z ENGS 21:Introduction to Engineering turned studio art major and Thayer human-centered design minor Zoe Dinneen ’18 into an entrepreneur.

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Kudos http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/kudos-2 http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/kudos-2#When:14:20:00Z Awards, publications, and more.

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I Want One of Those: IceTrax http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/i-want-one-of-those-icetrax http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/i-want-one-of-those-icetrax#When:14:15:00Z Making wheelchairs safer in winter.

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Smoothing the Road to Engineering http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/smoothing-the-road-to-engineering http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/smoothing-the-road-to-engineering#When:14:10:00Z Dartmouth Emerging Engineers program helps students master prerequisites.

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Tribute: Myron Tribus http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/tribute-myron-tribus http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/tribute-myron-tribus#When:14:05:00Z A salute to the dean who introduced project-based interdisciplinary learning to Thayer.

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Lab Reports http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/lab-reports-2 http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/lab-reports-2#When:14:00:00Z Two medical advances: flourescent-guided surgery and a surgical model for prostate surgery

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Spotlights: A Letter to Thayer Students http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/spotlights-a-letter-to-thayer-students http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/spotlights-a-letter-to-thayer-students#When:13:15:00Z After a long career heading a construction firm, a tireless advocate for engineering and the liberal arts writes about how Thayer made him the engineer he is.

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Spotlights: A Reporter's Notebook http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/spotlights-reporters-notebook http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/spotlights-reporters-notebook#When:13:10:00Z A reporter urges Dartmouth engineering grads to put their speaking and writing skills to good use.

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Just One Question: What are the most pressing problems you hope tomorrow's students will solve? http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/just-one-question-most-pressing-problems-you-hope-students-will-solve http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/just-one-question-most-pressing-problems-you-hope-students-will-solve#When:13:05:00Z Alumni challenge the students of the future.

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Obituaries http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/obituaries-spring-2017 http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/obituaries-spring-2017#When:13:00:00Z Mary Ann MacLean, Marian Miner Cook W’29, Leonard R. Parker Sr., Robert Leonard Sundblad ’44 Th’48, Edwin Lydall Quinn ’54 Th’55, Edward K. Bixby ’57 Th’58, Richard “Dick” Kiphart ’63

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Inventions: Cashew Nut Sheller http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/inventions-cashew-nut-sheller http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/inventions-cashew-nut-sheller#When:12:20:00Z Shelling cashew nuts is hard. So is marketing a solution.

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Random Walk: Acoustic Instrument Design http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/random-walk-acoustic-instrument-design http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/random-walk-acoustic-instrument-design#When:12:10:00Z Students built structures to serve as musical instruments for a commissioned composition.

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Back Cover: 150 Years of Engineering http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/back-cover-150-years-of-engineering http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/back-cover-150-years-of-engineering#When:12:00:00Z 2017-03-26T12:00:00+00:00 Summertime and the Livin' Is Icy … for PhD Student Eric Wagner http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/summertime-and-the-livin-is-icy-for-phd-student-eric-wagner http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/magazine/summertime-and-the-livin-is-icy-for-phd-student-eric-wagner#When:19:48:00Z Wagner will spend approximately two weeks drilling for a snow firn core—a sample of granular snow in a glacier yet to be fully compressed into ice—to bring home to Dartmouth’s Ice Research Laboratory for analysis.

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