William P. King is one of four Illinois faculty to be honored as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Elif Ertekin and other Illinois faculty collaborate on a photocatalytic system to create a viable new source of energy production.
Professor Emeritus Ty Newell is living the green life at his house in Urbana.
MechSE undergraduate Nathan Dostart hopes to spark an interest in engineering among local elementary school students.
Petros Sofronis was named the Bayne Professor and Daniel A. Tortorelli the Grimm Professor at an investiture ceremony November 21, 2013.
Professors William King and Randy Ewoldt have received prestigious awards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Members of the PTS honorary society have been instructing B.T. Washington students in engineering activities as part of an afterschool program.
The goal of SIIP (the Strategic Instructional Initiatives Program) is to reform Engineering's core undergraduate courses to engage students and improve learning....
Pi Tau Sigma students Julia Huynh, Nick Kolpack, Kevin Makmur, and Arjun Sharm delighted students and their parents at the St. Louis Science Center on Saturday, October...
Undergrad students can now earn a Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering as part of their regular coursework.
On October 1, Dr. Subra Suresh gave a lecture titled Crossing Boundaries and Transforming Lives: Engineering, Cell Biology and Medicine.
New to the MechSE community this year is assistant professor Leonardo P. Chamorro. His research specializes in fluid dynamics, particularly turbulence and boundary layer...
The online giant's new data center will run primarily on Bloom Energy fuel cells.
MechSE professor Kenneth Christensen has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS), an honor bestowed to no more than one half of one percent of the...
We are sorry to report that former MechSE professor Wen Lung Chow passed away on September 20, 2013.
ExxonMobil representatives have pledged $14,000 in unrestricted support for the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering at Illinois.
Cooperative Flying Robots, a presentation from Professor Naira Hovakimyan's research group, brings home 2nd place from Washington, D.C. event.
Dr. Subra Suresh visits Illinois on October 1 to present on engineering, cell biology, and medicine.
Sameh Tawfick's research is in scalable nanomanufacturing: a field that bridges the gap between manufacturing research and nanomaterial science.
Lee's research is in combustion, with a specific focus on laser and optical diagnostics, and with two main applications: propulsion and energy.