The Combustion Institue (CI) is a non-profit, educational and scientific society.
Each academic year the College of Engineering sets out to recognize outstanding faculty for their work and dedication. They are nominated and supported by other colleagues. A total of 19 awards were given and below are the seven ME faculty members who were honored:
Galip Ulsoy: Edward Law Emeritus Outstanding Service Award
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is a membership organization that thrives on collaboration, career enrichment, and skill development. Every year a select few are chosen for the ASME Graduate Teaching Fellowship which encourages outstanding graduate students to pursue a doctorate in mechanical engineering. For the 2018-2019 academic year, Ph.D.
In 1985 the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Young Investigator Program (YIP) was established. This highly competitive program awards those with academic achievements and potential for scientific breakthroughs relating to naval-relevant scientific research benefitting Sailors and Marines.
The Engineering Graduate Symposium (EGS) was held on October 26th. Poster sessions at EGS highlight the research achievements demonstrated by graduate students and focus on the communication of that work to a non-expert engineering audience.
The following ME students received awards for their research:
Emerging Research Basic Science Award
- Michael Wadas
Professor Diann Brei has been honored with the ASME 2018 Adaptive Structures & Materials Award. This award is presented to a member of the technical community who has made significant contributions to the advancement of the sciences and technologies associated with adaptive structures and/or material systems.
Alejandro Azocar won 2nd place in the Student Paper Competition at the 40th Annual IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference on July 17-20, 2
Callan Luetkemeyer receives 2018-2019 J. Robert Beyster Computational Innovation Graduate Fellowship
The J. Robert Beyster Computational Innovation Graduate Fellows Program was established by Dr. J. Robert (BSE M ’45, BSE P ’45, MSE Phys ’47, PhD ‘50) and Betty Beyster to acknowledge that Ph.D.