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The Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering has named a new Associate Head for Undergraduate Programs: Andrew Alleyne.
Emad Jassim, Nicole Neighbors, and Pam Vanetta have been announced as winners of the 2014 MechSE Staff Award for Exemplary Service.
MechSE Professor Moshe Matalon is answering essential questions about the nature of combustion, to make it easier and more efficient to make use of its energy.
MechSE's Cliff Gulyash wins the Chancellor's Distinguished Staff Award.
MechSE's Laurie Macadam wins the Chancellor's Distinguished Staff Award.
The MechSE professor will be part of a research collaboration in Germany, working on improving state-of-the-art in-flight control system design and related...
MechSE alumnus Dr. Johnson Samuel (MSIE ’03, PhDME ’09) has won a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.
Harley Johnson works to improve solar cell efficiency by engineering new semiconductor materials and using a new material inspection technique.
The International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research focuses on hydrogen research to advance a sustainable society.
Assistant professor Leonardo P. Chamorro studies turbulence and boundary layer flows: two subjects very relevant to wind energy and hydrokinetic energy.
The Center for Novel High Voltage/Temperature Materials and Structures (HV/TMS), proposed by MechSE professors Iwona Jasiuk and Martin Ostoja-Starzewski has...
Dean Mary C. Boyce was the honored speaker at this year's Alwin Schaller Lecture
MechSE assistant professor Randy Ewoldt has been selected to receive a 3M Nontenured Faculty Award.
In the recently released 2015 graduate school rankings from U.S. News and World Report, the MechSE Department improved to No. 5 in mechanical engineering.
Professor William King, MechSE grad student Bikram Bhatia, and others teamed up on the winning energy conversion poster.
MechSE undergrad Grant Klobuchar and two other students have advanced to the national finals.
MechSE's Elif Ertekin says that even though it is 150 years old, solar cell technology is still in a very young stage of its development.
MechSE grad student Nishana Ismail’s company won the Student Startup Award at the ninth annual Innovation Celebration.
Associate Professor Amy Wagoner Johnson has been selected as a Chair of Excellence by the NanoSciences Foundation in Grenoble, France.
For their ME 470 senior design project, one team introduces an electro-cautery knife that uses sensors to determine tissue type and adjust the power level...

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