UW-Platteville

The UW System's fastest-growing comprehensive university, University of Wisconsin-Platteville is home to nearly 9,000 students, and offers more than 40 degree programs, including strong academic programs in science and engineering. New academic developments include environmental engineering, engineering physics, software engineering and master's programs in project management and engineering. UW-Platteville also is committed to several information technology initiatives, including four online, degree-granting programs, as well as partnerships outside the university.

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How is a Professor at UW-Platteville utilizing landfill gas for energy production?

Landfill gas is produced from organic matter contained in the waste materials thrown away every day at landfills. The research focus of UW-Platteville's Mohammad G. Rabbani is to separate carbon dioxide from landfill gas in an effort to make landfill gas a viable solution for energy generation. Dr. Rabbani and his team at UW-Platteville have worked to construct porous membrane composites capable of effective gas separation.

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Campus Events

External Grant Funding Webinar

"Goals, Objectives and Outcomes: the "GOO" that Holds a Proposal Together" Attend this grant funding webinar hosted by ...

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Campus News

WiSys selects UW-Green Bay student, UW-Platteville faculty as Innovators of the Year

Following a year of unprecedented innovation and research activity across the UW System, WiSys chose two innovators to receive the Carl E. Gulbrandsen Innovator of the Year award: UW-Green Bay student Sam Hunt and UW-Platteville Assistant Professor Dr. Gokul Gopalakrishnan.

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Campus Technologies

Easy-to-Use Device to Measure Range of Motion in Knee During Post-Operation Recovery

Medical Devices

WiSys is seeking a strategic partner for further development, validation, manufacture, sales, and distribution of a new range of motion measuring device that will lower physical therapy costs and improve comfort for patients recovering from hinge joint operations or for patients with movement disorders.

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