The graduate community in the Tufts School of Engineering demonstrates a passion for innovation every day, and our graduate students publish, present, and patent along with faculty and other students on a regular basis. A low student-to-faculty ratio, world-class researchers, collaborative laboratory facilities, and industry partnerships equip Tufts engineering students with the skills to excel in their chosen specialties and improve people's lives through a passion for innovation and a commitment to excellence.
Whether you are a research assistant, a member of a lab or research group, attend or participate in the Graduate Student Research Symposium, or are looking for resources to embark upon your own line of research, you will find numerous opportunities to engage in exciting and career-building research at Tufts.
Explore research summaries conducted by current graduate students.
- Engineering for Human Health
- edible optics
- metabolic engineering
- tissue engineering
- Engineering for Sustainability
- tracking nanopollution
- remote sensing, climate change, and water resources
- wind turbines
- sustainable energy
- fuel cells
- Engineering for Human Technology Interface
- center for engineering education and outreach
- machine learning
- human-computer interaction
- cyber-enabled chemical models