Guidoboni featured on seminar series, Mathematical and Computational Ophthalmology

November, 2023

MCEC Dean, Giovanna Guidoboni, was invited to give a talk on the seminar series Mathematical and Computational Ophthalmology. Dean Guidoboni’s talk was about her research on Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Ocular Hemodynamics.

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Mohamed Zaid is features in the GSBSE Graduate Student Student Spotlight

June, 2023

Meet Mohamed Zaid, Ph.D. student, Biomedical Engineering. He shares his way to a Ph.D. path, challenges being an international student, importance of research project and personal achievement

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Maine College of Engineering and Computing launching April 1, 2023

April, 2023

The Maine College of Engineering and Computing, or MCEC, offers expanded educational opportunities in collaboration with programs across the University of Maine System and addresses the need for thousands of new engineering and computing graduates required for Maine’s future economic development. MCEC is a signature initiative of the Harold Alfond Foundation’s historic investment to revitalize the System, known as UMS TRANSFORMS.

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Guidoboni featured in SIAM News about her adventure through engineering, mathematics, academia, consulting and more

October, 2022

Children are often asked, “What would you like to do when you grow up?” Personally, I hope that I will never stop growing and will be able to do many different things throughout my life. The notion that I had to choose only one career always bothered me. When prompted with questions like “Do you want to be a mathematician or an engineer?” or “Would you prefer to work in academia or industry?”, I routinely wonder: “Why not both?”

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Guidoboni elected a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts

April, 2022

The European Academy of Sciences and Arts brings together leaders in medicine, technical and environmental sciences, natural sciences, social sciences, law, economics, arts and humanities. The organization has roughly 2,000 members, including 35 Nobel Prize winners, mostly from Europe. Several Heads of State are the Protectors of the Academy, located in the ancient St. Peter’s Abbey in Salzburg.

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Mohamed Zaid, first year graduate student, selected as finalist for the EMBS Student Paper Competition

November, 2021

EMBC is the annual flagship conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology
Society, covering a broad range of topics from cutting-edge biomedical and healthcare technology, research and scientific developments to clinical applications, biomedical education and entrepreneurship. The First Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology was held in Denver, Colorado in 1979. Annually, EMBC welcomes over 3000 attendees from over 73 countries.