Sehee Lee and Conrad Stoldt.

Battery company co-founded by professors Sehee Lee and Conrad Stoldt makes Top 10 start-ups list

Nov. 13, 2017

Chemical and Engineering News has chosen CU Boulder spin-off company Solid Power as one of the Top 10 start-ups of 2017. The business grew out of research conducted by professors Sehee Lee and Conrad Stoldt on solid electrolyte batteries. Automakers have their pedals to the metal when it comes to... Read more »
Daniarely Loma-Jasso

"I will be working on things that don't even exist right now. It's an exciting feeling." -Daniarely Loma-Jasso

Oct. 24, 2017

What does #ILookLikeAnEngineer mean to you? Breaking stereotypes. Noticing that we are more alike than we are different, but even the differences are cool too.Read more »
Christoph Keplinger

Keplinger earns Packard Fellowship

Oct. 16, 2017

Pushing the boundaries of science requires flexibility. Allowing scientists to follow where their research takes them, even if that is into areas that may seem illogical to some, often is what leads to the most remarkable breakthroughs. For some researchers, this is never an option, as the funding they receive... Read more »
A detail view of part of the microscope

Brain microscope wins $2 million NIH grant

Oct. 5, 2017

A collaboration between CU Boulder and the Anschutz Medical Campus featuring professor Victor Bright has won a $2 million grant allowing them to refine a unique microscope they have developed while expanding its use to other scientists across the country. “We will deploy a fiber-coupled, two photon miniature microscope to... Read more »
Alumnus Chip Bollendonk with a student.

Successful Careers in Mechanical Engineering Symposium

Oct. 4, 2017

The 2017 Careers in Mechanical Engineering Symposium was a success! The department welcomed alumni to the CU Boulder Idea Forge on Monday evening, October 2, 2017, to talk shop with over 275 students. The featured guests were 27 alumni, who gave presentations offering insight into their work and provided career... Read more »
Colorado Diversity Initiative Logo.

Preview Weekend for Underrepresented Prospective Grad Students

Oct. 3, 2017

Interested in a PhD program? The Colorado Advantage Graduate Preview Weekend (November 2-4, 2017) is can introduce you to the outstanding Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) doctoral programs at CU Boulder. Current college seniors, recent graduates, and master's degree students from underrepresented groups are welcome to apply for the... Read more »
Steven George

George recognized for ALD research

Sept. 25, 2017

University of Colorado Boulder professor of chemistry and mechanical engineering Steven George is the 2017 AVS John A Thornton Memorial Award winner, “for seminal contributions to understanding, development and applications of atomic layer deposition (ALD).” Dr. George and his research group have authored more than 400 publications in the areas... Read more »
Geya Kairamkonda and Rachel Wilmoth.

Mechanical Engineering students earn Women Forward in Technology Scholarships

Sept. 21, 2017

The inaugural Women Forward in Technology Scholarship awards feature a strong showing from the University of Colorado Boulder, with CU Engineering women earning 7 of the 16 scholarship slots. The scholarship program, created by a group of startup companies, seeks to honor exceptional women and grow their ranks in STEM... Read more »
Colin Towery

Towery awarded 2017/2018 Geers Fellowship

Sept. 21, 2017

Congratulations to Colin Towery, who has been awarded the 2017/2018 Thomas & Brenda Geers Graduate Fellowship! The program honors graduate students conducting thesis work in solid and/or fluid mechanics who exhibit extraordinary capabilities and potential. Colin is a fifth year PhD student in Professor Peter Hamlington’s research group, the Turbulence... Read more »
Bryn Grunwald

'My whimsy does not detract from the fact that I am willing to get dirty in the machine shop.' - Bryn Grunwald

Sept. 18, 2017

I lived through Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in 2013. I was originally thinking of doing more computational linguistics, but then I realized the benefits I could give the world translating science for laypeople in developing countries in post-disaster scenarios. CU had research, engineering, and International Affairs. It was perfect... Read more »

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