Professor Bill King sits down with The Atlantic for an engaging conversation about the importance of data in manufacturing.
Michael Cai Wang was honored with the Outstanding Graduate Student Award for his research, teaching, and mentoring.
Stanford Professor Ken Goodson presented the fall 2015 Soo Lecture on November 19, 2015.
New Assistant Professor Amy LaViers develops high-level abstractions for robotic control in her Robotics, Automation, and Dance (RAD) Lab.
Professor Narayana Aluru has led a team of University of Illinois engineers in finding an energy-efficient material for removing salt from seawater.
Alumnus Neel Kashkari has been named the new president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
Assistant Professor SungWoo Nam has achieved a 3D crumpled process that enables higher SERS enhancement.
The “Cell/Matrix Mechanobiology: Current State and Future Directions” workshop hosted by MechSE and the College of Engineering brought forth new and exciting...
An impressive seven graduate students were recognized by the NSF for their promising research.
I2CNER's important work toward a carbon-neutral society will continue through strategic partnerships with industry, among other goals.
The Dean of the College of Engineering has penned a response to the Chicago Tribune's "Tech Talent Often Grows Away" article.
Assistant Professor Gaurav Bahl and PhD student Yin-Chung Chen use a Raman scattering technique on high-frequency photons, and their findings are published in...
Seungho Lee tested his predictive control algorithm for harbor defense problems on ships at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Ryan Han and Widi Moestopo, both from SungWoo Nam's research group, joined the nation’s top semiconductor minds at the 17th annual conference.
ME undergrad Alex Kahn was selected to the 2015 Illinois Homecoming Court for his achievements and outstanding leadership.
New assistant professor Aimy Wissa develops UAVs and other adaptive structures inspired by the biology of birds' wings.
The new $18.5 million NSF research center headed by MechSE professor Andrew Alleyne was formally launched on Thursday.
Eli Lazar, MechSE MS and PhD alumnus, has developed a machine that generates live, natural white noise using a small fan.
Professor Harry Dankowicz has been issued a patent for his invention of a self-calibrating mass flow sensing system.
Sabbaticals in Grenoble, France, proved to be a quality learning experience for Harley Johnson and Amy Wagoner Johnson.