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.

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays, Thankfulness at CU Engineering

Dec. 20, 2019

Happy Holidays from the College of Engineering and Applied Science. See what our students are thankful for in 2019 and what they're looking forward to in 2020.

Massimo Ruzzene

Massimo Ruzzene elected a Fellow of the Society of Engineering Science

Dec. 17, 2019

Professor Massimo Ruzzene was elected a Fellow of the Society of Engineering Science (SES) for his expertise and contributions the technical community. SES elects between one and three fellows per year and has a membership of roughly 1,000.

zhen qu mechanical engineering phd student

New ways of estimating, tracking pollution earn student Harvard postdoc spot

Dec. 17, 2019

Zhen Qu has pursued a career path studying air pollution that brought her to CU Boulder where she has earned a PhD in mechanical engineering. Her career trajectory is now leading her to Harvard University where she will soon begin a postdoctoral position.

John Daily Retirement Celebration

Professor John W. Daily retires after over 30 years at CU Boulder

Dec. 13, 2019

Professor John W. Daily is retiring after an over 30-year career at CU Boulder. In his "Last Lecture," Daily addressed not only his gratitude for a career as a professor but also shared personal words of wisdom about caring for one’s mind, body, spirit and relationships.

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Robotic skin could transform manufacturing, human robot interactions

Dec. 6, 2019

A talented group of researchers across the college is creating skins for robots to maximize their local sensing capabilities, improving operational safety and human-robot interaction along the way.

Puppy pal prosthetics

Puppy Pal Prosthetics: Giving Dogs a Leg Up on Disability

Dec. 3, 2019

Mechanical engineering seniors Bruno Geoly and Niki Duer founded Puppy Pal Prosthetics (PPP) to help canines with disabilities live their lives to the fullest as part of their engineering capstone design course. The two plan to graduate this December.

Jacob Segil

Podcast: Jacob Segil and Lucy Pao - innovators in the college

Nov. 19, 2019

On this edition of On CUE, Jacob Segil, Engineering Plus and Mechanical Engineering instructor speaks about advanced prosthetics capable of "feeling" and Lucy Pao, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering professor speaks about innovation to bring down the cost of wind energy.

Josh Taca and prosthetic sockets

Grad student Josh Taca helps make prosthetic sockets out of recycled plastic

Nov. 19, 2019

Mechanical engineering PhD student Josh Tacca traveled to Quito, Ecuador last year and saw the great need of amputees to find prosthetics with well-fitting sockets. Tacca worked with the Range of Motion Project (ROMP) to provide prosthetic and orthotic care to people without access to these services.

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Podcast: Veteran's Day Special with Lieutenant Colonel Brodie Hoyer

Nov. 11, 2019

Lieutenant Colonel Brodie Hoyer steps out of the lab and into the On CUE recording booth. We cover everything from military activity on campus, his experiences both studying and teaching engineering at West Point and the research he is currently conducting in the Advanced Medical Technologies Laboratory under Mark Rentschler.