The College of Engineering is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of students who have demonstrated excellence in their academic work, leadership experiences and in service to others.
ME Alum Bhuvan Neema joins the high caliber community of renewable energy leaders after being named to the 2018 class of Energy Scholars.
This award recognizes highly accomplished graduate students who have produced exceptional dissertations of outstanding scholarly quality in any field of study.
Professor Wei Lu and PhD student Hossein Rokni's research focuses on the nanoscale probing of interaction in atomically thin layered materials.
Members of the international combustion community recognized by their peers as distinguished for outstanding contributions to combustion, whether it be in research or in applications, may be designated Fellows of The Combustion Institute.
The ancient paper folding art was combined with wave propagation physics to create a new traffic noise barrier.
This award is conferred to the 3 best papers presented by student authors among 200 papers accepted from 800+ submitted abstracts.
Assistant Professor Bala Chandran's research featured on inside front cover of high impact journal Energy and Environmental Science.
Spark Electric Racing showcases world record-breaking all-electric bike, Chronos, at North American International Auto Show.
Prof. Violi and Prof. Hero’s (U-M EECS) groups have recently joined forces and developed a data-driven sparse learning approach to model reduction in chemical reaction networks.
Five ME faculty members received College of Engineering Awards in 2018. These recipients include Jianping Fu, Anna Stefanopoulou, David Remy, Diann Brei, and John Hoard.
Stefanopoulou delivered "Control Engineers: The Unsung Heroes of Battery Technology" at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) in Melbourne Australia this past December.
Mcity report gives new insights into automated vehicle vulnerabilities
Peng and his research group have developed an automated modeling methodology that searches designs to identify the optimal configuration and component size for a power-split system.
What defines a living cell? How does one capture the molecular essence of life? These fundamental questions underpin the collaborative research program led by U-M ME Professor Allen Liu.
Okwudire has developed an algorithm that allows 3-D printers to deliver high-quality results at speeds up to two times faster than those in common use, with no added hardware costs
MRS Graduate Student Awards are intended to honor and encourage graduate students whose academic achievements and current materials research display a high level of excellence and distinction.
The Mirzayan Fellowship is sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and provides the fellows with direct experience with policy development.
Saitou is recognized for contributions in computational assembly and disassembly design of mechanical products.
Hu was elected for his distinguished contributions to mechanical engineering and to the promotion of China-USA exchanges and cooperation in engineering sciences and technology.
Professor Kazu Saitou and ME PhD student Lixi Liu's study recommends replacing all incandescent and halogen light bulbs in your home now with compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or LEDs.
The Engineering Graduate Symposium (EGS) was held on November 10th.
This award honors significant published research leading to a better understanding of materials, facilities, principles, operations and their application to improve manufacturing processes.
This award targets university faculty engaged in research in theoretical and applied mechanics that are at the beginning of their academic careers.