Dr. Rivero’s general area of research is manufacturing with focus in the design of bulk fabrication approaches of material systems with multifunctional capabilities. Her research activities emphasize applications that combine her professional and personal interests in manufacturing processes, sports and medicine. For that purpose Dr. Rivero’s Interdisciplinary Manufacturing Engineering and Design (iMED) Laboratory seeks to design reliable manufacturing processes that support the processing of biomaterials for their use as implants, drug delivery systems, and medical devices in general. In the end, the goal of iMED is to emphasize the human side of manufacturing by designing and validating processes that lead to improve the quality of life-at work and at play.
- IMSE students and faculty receive IISE awards May 25, 2018
- Oftedal and Bump elected to NAESC positions May 17, 2018
- IMSE graduates 123 students at spring 2018 commencement May 7, 2018
- 2018 Dean’s Student Leadership Award recipients named May 1, 2018
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