Paul Salame at Expo

Outstanding Student Q&A: Paul Salame, Outstanding Undergraduate for Academic Achievement

May 8, 2020

Paul Salame is being awarded an Outstanding Undergraduate for Academic Achievement Award from the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Check out his Q&A to learn more.

Sam Duchamp Simons-Wellin

Outstanding Student Q&A: Sam Simons-Wellin, Outstanding Undergraduate for Research

May 8, 2020

Sam Simons-Wellin is being awarded an Outstanding Undergraduate for Research Award from the Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering. Check out his Q&A to learn more.

senior design reviews

Producing a prototype during the pandemic

April 29, 2020

The unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 sparked an impressive and resilient response from seniors in their capstone design projects.

Showcase Week

Mechanical Engineering Projects Showcase Week 2020

You are invited to our online projects showcase, celebrating the achievements of over 250 engineering capstone design students from April 27–May 1. Learn about their projects, leave a comment, and see how these talented engineers are already making an impact.

crocs industry tour

Industry tours provide a valuable look at future engineering careers

April 7, 2020

During February and March, over 250 mechanical engineering students trekked across the Front Range to tour one of 17 different companies. The tour series was a collaboration between Design Your Career and Instructor Janet Tsai’s manufacturing class.

Jatinder Sampathkumar

Graduate Student of the Month - Jatinder Sampathkumar

March 1, 2020

Jatinder Sampathkumar is currently working on creating a new processing route to manufacture specialized Silicon Carbide reactors for combustion applications. He says Boulder has spoiled him with access to the outdoors, the food scene and bookshops.

Chris Doyle

Undergraduate Student of the Month - Christopher Doyle

Feb. 14, 2020

Christopher Doyle said he sees engineering as his team sport and that he wants to do the best he can to help his teammates succeed. His goal is to make the world a safer place for everyone to live in and said engineering is the best way to accomplish this.

Lawrence Smith

Graduate Student of the Month - Lawrence Smith

Feb. 1, 2020

Lawrence Smith is researching efficient simulation of solid mechanics problems for the purpose of automated design of soft robotic systems. He enjoys 3D printing, cooking, billiards and running.

Christopher Kling

Undergraduate Student of the Month - Christopher Kling

Jan. 13, 2020

Christopher Kling's passion for engineering started as a small child building planes and cars out of Legos. Currently, he is working in the Precision Laser Diagnostics Lab where he is helping build a wildfire wind tunnel.

Sadie Stutzman

Graduate Student of the Month - Sadie Stutzman

Jan. 1, 2020

Sadie Stutzman studies the fundamental chemistry of how fuels decompose during pyrolysis and combustion. She uses experiments and theory to understand fuel behavior which she uses to create a model and predict the impact a fuel has on things such as engine performance and emissions.