MechSE professor Martin Ostoja-Starzewski gave talks on continuum mechanics at the University of Seville.
Professors Jasiuk and Wagoner Johnson will get to focus solely on their proposed new research projects, thanks to an award from the Center for Advanced Study.
Complex-fluid research from MechSE assistant professor Randy Ewoldt and PhD candidate Jeremy Koch appears as a news article in Science.
We highlight Wami Dosunmu-Ogunbi in this first of a new series on several undergraduate scholarship recipients.
Three MechSE alumni (and family!) talk to the ME 390 class about pursuing unexpected careers with mechanical engineering degrees.
Lisa Burdin, Holly Foster, and Ruthie Lubkeman take on a wide range of valuable support responsibilities.
Patty Weisensee focuses on heat transfer in electronics, working in the Energy Transport Research Lab to further the goals of the POETS Center.
Graduate student Ritu Raman's research presentation was judged to be the best on campus.
MechSE professor Paul Fischer earned one of the "Oscars of Invention" for his NekCEM/Nek5000 open-source simulation-software package.
Glennys Mensing and Joe Maduzia have helped make the MNMS Cleanroom successful.
MechSE professor Elizabeth Hsiao-Wecksler discussed using technology to improve movement of people with disabilities.
Graduate student Lydia Bakalova's childhood playing with math- and science-focused toys influenced her interest in engineering.
Eduard Arzt from the Leibniz Institute for New Materials presented the 2016 Soo Distinguished Lecture on November 3.
Michael Martin, who is pursuing a Master in Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering, sees his hard work pay off.
Dani Harkins enjoys the challenges of grad school and rugby.
Nenad Miljkovic develops a single-camera technique capable of providing 3D information through the use of focal plane manipulation.
As the lead on a new NSF grant, Assistant Professor Leo Chamorro addresses the problem of turbulence in wind energy output.
Ever notice the murals in the MEB main entrance? They are kind of a big deal.
Alumnus Bill Profilet speaks to the ME 390 class about his career experiences and success.
Professor Andrew Alleyne won ASME's Draper Award for his long-time contributions to and international leadership in the analysis, modeling and control of...