Professor Andrew Alleyne won ASME's Draper Award for his long-time contributions to and international leadership in the analysis, modeling and control of...
The dedicated staff of the International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research ensures success for the international collaborative center.
MechSE's Seid Koric has published an impressive 22 papers based on research collaborations done at NCSA.
Professors Hu and Stephani were two of just five researchers from Illinois to win Air Force YIP awards in 2016.
MechSE associate professor Kimani Toussaint, Jr. will serve on the editorial board of Scientific Reports.
New assistant professor Chenhui Shao develops statistical methods for big data in manufacturing.
Naira Hovakimyan was featured on CNBC's Nightly Business Report for her development of autonomous drones for the aging population.
Professor Moshe Matalon lectured on "Intrinsic Combustion Instabilities" at Nordita.
Scott Daigle and Ben Newell won the local honor.
After a 20-year hiatus, the born-again Illini Solar Car team is making a comeback.
New assistant professor Mattia Gazzola to use theory, computing, and experiments for the discovery of rational design principles.
Illinois engineering faculty will lead a five-year, $5M project to help prepare incoming engineering freshmen for the rigors of an engineering curriculum.
MechSE professor Martin Ostoja-Starzewski receives honor from Society of Engineering Science.
The team's technology is the first instrumented geared wheelchair wheel to try to quantify the dynamic forces on the user's wrist, elbow, and...
Kenneth Ting has led Hong Kong-based Kader Manufacturing for more than 30 years.
MechSE alumna Lori Gold Patterson has created a one-of-a-kind company in Pixo, located in Urbana.
Dean Andreas Cangellaris and MechSE Professor Andrew Alleyne helped showcase new collaborative space for the POETS Center.
The team that invented a 3D-printable excavator cab was hosted in Tennessee last week to see the printing in person.
The MechSE senior was the lone U.S. representative, among only five worldwide participants, in this exclusive internship.
SungWoo Nam was one of only eight researchers nationwide to be awarded a research opportunity from NASA.