Assistant professor Randy Ewoldt is honored for his innovative teaching methods in freshman and sophomore classes.
MechSE professors have utilized SIIP funding to transform several core classes.
Elif Ertekin wins a College of Engineering award for exceptional research accomplishments over the past year.
Kimani Toussaint wins a College of Engineering award for exceptional research accomplishments over the past five years.
Professor Andrew Alleyne is recognized for his long history of graduate student mentoring.
With guidance from Joe Muskin and MechSE's machine shop, a Uni High engineering class created an air maze for the Orpheum Children's Museum.
Bruce Flachsbart is honored with a campus award for his dedication to and passion for undergraduate teaching.
New assistant professor Yuhang Hu uses mechanical stimuli to study and control the surface property of new materials.
MechSE’s SungWoo Nam and other researchers have developed a unique single-step process to achieve three-dimensional (3D) texturing of graphene and graphite.
Since 1950, the Knight of St. Patrick award has been an annual and prestigious tradition at the University of Illinois. Every year, up to 15 College of...
Shadow, a new personal safety device, was created by PhD student Nishana Ismail and alumnus Tim Deppen.
Research Professor Predrag Hrnjak was honored with the distinguished ASME Fellow grade of membership.
MechSE's machine shop crew were recently featured in an in-depth I-STEM feature.
Professor Naira Hovakimyan's L1 adaptive control will soon be tried on a manned Learjet test flight.
Mechse assistant professor Gaurav Bahl has experimentally demonstrated the phenomenon of Brillouin Scattering Induced Transparency.
Ritu is back "in motion" and reinvigorated after attending three very different conferences.
A proposal from Assistant Professor Gaurav Bahl will be funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR).
Tom Korder (BSME '05) has opened Penrose Brewing Company to rave reviews.
The SME Gold Medal recognizes Professor Shiv Kapoor's 35 years of work in the modeling and analysis of machining processes and machine tool systems.
MechSE professor William P. King has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society, a rare honor among APS members.