MechSE alumna Lori Gold Patterson has created a one-of-a-kind company in Pixo, located in Urbana.
Dean Andreas Cangellaris and MechSE Professor Andrew Alleyne helped showcase new collaborative space for the POETS Center.
The team that invented a 3D-printable excavator cab was hosted in Tennessee last week to see the printing in person.
The MechSE senior was the lone U.S. representative, among only five worldwide participants, in this exclusive internship.
SungWoo Nam was one of only eight researchers nationwide to be awarded a research opportunity from NASA.
Assistant Professor Randy Ewoldt provided expert insight on avoiding bad data.
MechSE lecturer Richard Keane left Australian farmland for Illinois classrooms and never looked back.
Roboticist and alumna Melonee Wise is interviewed at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
First there were gymnastics examples in TAM 212 and TAM 251. Now there's archery.
MechSE assistant professor SungWoo Nam will head to fourth annual event in November 2016
Sponsored by I2CNER, Toyota, and ASME, the conference is held in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
Matt West will participate in a symposium to learn and share innovative educational approaches in engineering curricula.
Professor Naira Hovakimyan aims to make history again with her L1 adaptive control system, currently being tested on a manned F-16.
The robust staff of four play a big role in leading the POETS Center to success.
WGN calls MechSE-born company "arguably the most important sports startup in the country."
MIT Professor and Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Gang Chen, presented the Schaller Lecture on August 30 to a packed house.
Paula Moxley and Mona Nordbrock are the support system for a very productive MechSE Department Head office.
Associate Professor Srinivasa Salapaka and ISE professor Carolyn Beck have developed a graph aggregation technique that simultaneously incorporates dynamics,...
A study by MechSE professor Ning Wang, published in Nature Materials, identifies mechanical impact at the cellular level.
Dean Andreas Cangellaris introduced the prototype unveiling by the student team and faculty sponsors Carlos Pantano-Rubino and Blake Johnson.