Blue Waters supercomputer is designed to run programs and computations at speeds 3 million times faster than the average speed of a computer.
Alumnus Xiangli Chen (MSME ’88, PhDME ’94) is among the prestigious National Academy of Engineering's 2017 election class.
Assistant Professor SungWoo Nam won the award from the College of Engineering for his work during the previous academic year.
Gaurav Bahl won a Director of Research Early Career Grant from the Office of Naval Research.
ME senior Daniel Kofman develops technology for first responders and soldiers, through his startup company.
MechSE alumnus Dr. Barry Butler leaves post as University of Iowa provost to helm the Florida aeronautical university.
For the second year in a row, a MechSE professor has won Engineering Council's top engineering teaching award.
New professor Katie Matlack uses her expertise in acoustics to understand wave propagation for improved material design.
Nenad Miljkovic and SungWoo Nam were the only faculty from Illinois to be selected for the competitive award.
PhD candidate Jiu (Joe) Xu was awarded the Grant-in-Aid Fellowship from ASHRAE for his work in the ACRC.
Faculty research labs from MEB have moved to a temporary location, called MechSE West, in preparation for the Transform MEB project.
Stephen Gold (BSME '82) leaves IBM to bolster Honeywell's software enterprises.
Recent PhD graduate Ritu Raman and Bioengineering professor Rashid Bashir published the steps for scientists everywhere to create their own bio-bots.
Latest research from MechSE assistant professor SungWoo Nam published in Nano Letters.
MechSE's Naira Hovakimyan has co-authored Time-Critical Cooperative Control of Autonomous Vehicles, due out in June.
Chicagoland youth can now learn about engineering and science at Digital Adventures, which was co-founded by Omowale Casselle.
ME freshman Samantha Moran is featured in our new series on undergraduate scholarship recipients.
Wami Dosunmu-Ogunbi, Liz Livingston, and Karla Rivero Valles were honored for 2017.
MechSE professor Jonathan Freund was named the Donald Biggar Willett Professor of Engineering.
Inspired by less than ideal wheelchair racing gloves on the market, two undergrad students developed a state-of-the-art glove for novice and skilled...