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AIMBE is a non-profit, honorific society of the most accomplished individuals in the fields of medical and biological engineering. 

The Research Faculty Achievement Award honors those who have exceptional scholarly achievements, as evidenced by significant contributions to an academic field of study over time, a specific outstanding discovery or the development of innovative technology or practice.

The Distinguished Faculty Achievement Awards honor senior faculty who have consistently demonstrated outstanding achievements in scholarly research and/or creative endeavors.

Professor André Boehman has made exceptional contributions to the scholarly understanding of fuels, compression and spark-ignition engines, and engineering education.

ME student Abby Chapin gives an inside look of her volunteer abroad trip with four other students through the Engineering Honors Program.

Rich Strader is the Vice President of Mobility Platforms and Products at Ford Motor Company and will be giving the 2019 Michael Korybalski Distinguished Lecture.

Assistant Professor Aaron Towne's research in resolvent-based estimation for control of turbulent aerodynamic flows earns him recognition from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. 

ME Professor Vikram Gavini, U-M Chemistry Professor, Paul Zimmerman, and ME Post-doc fellow, Bikash Kanungo, have been working on this challenge and have had their paper titled, "Exact exchange-correlation potentials from ground-state electron densities" published in Nature Communications on October 3, 2019, explaining their findings on solving the problem.

Dual master's student, Matt Pirone, tells his story of working with the Global Information Engagement Program (GIEP) on a project in Cape Town, South Africa.

Research from the Computational Materials Physics group, directed by Associate Professor Vikram Gavini, selected as a finalist for the ACM Gordon Bell Prize.

Dr. Steve Skerlos, founder and CTO of Fusion Coolant Systems and professor of mechanical, civil, and environmental engineering at the University of Michigan, has been named ThomasNet's September 2019's Champion for Industry.

Tim Manganello/BorgWarner Department Chair of Mechanical Engineering, Ellen Arruda, has received the 2019 ASME Nadai Medal.

Peng has been awarded The Yasundo Takahashi Education Award and The Rufus Oldenburger Medal.

The ME department is pleased to welcome our new faculty members Solomon Adera, Ashley Bucsek, Heather Cooper, Jon Estrada, and Nima Fazeli to the team.

A deeper look into bone cellular development and the effects of microgravity should bring a much better understanding of the condition.

The American Automatic Control Council (AACC) award recognizes impactful contributions to the modeling, analysis, and control of advanced vehicle powertrain systems.

Krishna Garikipati receives a fellowship for work in numerical methods applied to nonlinear problems.

Two awardees have received the 2019 Clare Boothe Luce Fellowships for a PhD in Scientific Computing program.

Five winners were announced for the 2019-2020 fellowships.

New research suggests a reevaluation of the way athletes train and prepare for competition.

Researches in ME, chemistry, and the Savanah National Lab for innovative research of technologies for trucks, off-road vehicles, and the fuels that power them.  

Sajedeh Nasr Esfahani receives two years of support for research in organogenesis. 

If Moore's law's endgame is really computer components made from single molecules, we're going to need to know how to cool them.

Studying the effects of microgravity on cytoskeleton wins a top 5 spot for high school student in the Genes in Space Competition.

A total of 70 fellows were named for 2019.