New faculty member Kyle Smith research has ranged from the storage of hydrogen on board fuel cell vehicles, to flow batteries, to devices that could eventually...
This new group will reap benefits for MechSE students right away and spanning far into the future.
ExxonMobil representatives came to campus this week to, among other things, provide a generous gift to MechSE.
Professor Gao's lecture was titled Mechanics of Nanotwinned Materials in Engineering and Biological Systems.
MechSE's Randy Ewoldt takes the ice-cold challenge for ALS fundraising, and shares every moment visually.
Alumni Alison Smith and Melanie Willi visited MechSE's GBAM camp and had great advice for the future engineers.
Representatives from Parker Hannifin and the U of I celebrate the lab's official opening.
MechSE's Sameh Tawfick contributes to production of strong, lightweight materials with specific surface properties.
MechSE's Narayana Aluru reaches breakthrough in gene-based personalized medicine.
Professor Ning Wang publishes new findings on cancer cells that break away from tumors.
The MechSE Department has announced that Professor K. Jimmy Hsia will become the new W. Grafton and Lillian B. Wilkins Professor in Mechanical Engineering.
The 2014 Girls Building Awesome Machines camp hosted high school girls interested in mechanical engineering.
The Big Ten Network focuses on Naira Hovakimyan's research on improving aircraft-control systems.
Sascha Hilgenfeldt brings together graduate and undergraduate research to validate the size-topology correlations of Lewis' law.
Martin Ostoja-Starzewski was invited to present several lectures at the International Symposium on Modern Mathematics and Mechanics.
MechSE's Kimani Toussaint optically records encoded information for incredibly tiny distances
MechSE professor Naira Hovakimyan's technology was on display at the Precision Aerial Ag Show. (Video)
MechSE associate professor Kimani Toussaint leads new work published in Nature Communications.
MechSE faculty, students, and alumni take home an impressive number of awards at the International Manufacturing Research Conference.
MechSE's SungWoo Nam is leading an innovative effort for high-performance electronics applications.