It's hard to believe we are already midway through the semester! Be sure to join us at ME Alumni Connect Day next week on Friday, Nov. 8 where you will have the opportunity to connect with alumni over a networking lunch and graduate student breakfast, during class panels and at mock interviews. We will also be sharing about the launch of Student Experiential Education (SEE), a new program that provides opportunities for mechanical engineering students to think and act like the professionals they want to become.
Newly appointed Teaching Professor Daria Kotys-Schwartz joins four other teaching professors across the college. She operates at a level of teaching, research and service that makes CU Boulder a better place to learn and work.
CU SAE Baja aims to leave a legacy for future CU Baja teams by designing a single-seat, off-road vehicle with four-wheel drive. They will compete in 2020 with teams from up to 110 universities and are requesting your support.
Thirty-two alumni and industry partners – seasoned and recently graduated – spoke on panels, presented about their careers and got to know students during the fourth annual Careers in ME Symposium. Over 250 second-year students attended.
A year and a half after starting the company, CU Boulder startup ShineOn has grown to five employees and is preparing to launch its first product, a light that shines on cyclists and provides increased safety and visibility.
There’s a new entry on the growing menu of tasty meat alternatives, brought to you by CU Boulder engineering alumni Tyler Huggins and Justin Whiteley. Emergy foods aims to launch this fast-growing, sustainable protein in Colorado restaurants.
Katie Simon has volunteered her time to network with students at a variety of events. She has shared about her experiences at CU, the importance of internships and has given advice to students about chasing their dream jobs.
CeramicSpeed efficiency and shifting mechanisms were born out of CU mechanical engineering capstone design. The hard work of students helped bring success to CeramicSpeed at Eurobike two years in a row.
CU Boulder researchers Peter Hamlington and Greg Rieker are using experiments and computations in a new sloping wind tunnel to study how wildfires form and move across different landscapes, applying cutting edge research tools.
CU Boulder researcher Sean Humbert and collaborators engaged in the first of three DARPA subterranean challenges. They sent drones on a mock search and rescue operation down miles of NIOSH Coal Mine steam tunnels in Pittsburgh.
CU Boulder researchers in the Multifunctional Materials Interdisciplinary Research Theme are using printable electronics to create the internet of living things. Gregory Whiting is using printed sensors that can be readily integrated into soils or plants.
CU Boulder researchers Rong Long and Mark Rentschler have developed a new technique to study friction between soft materials like those inside the body, paving the way for improvements to medical devices used by millions each year.
Professor Shelly Miller speaks to the role of devices that monitor indoor air quality in improving public health. As the air quality monitoring market continues to expand, she says these devices are not just a trend; they're here to stay.
Congratulations to nine mechanical engineering faculty and staff who were selected to receive awards based on service to the department, positive engagement with students and contributions to the scientific community at large.