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This award is given biennially by the Dynamic Systems and Control Division of ASME to a DSCD member who has demonstrated sustained excellence in leadership contributions to the DSCD, to ASME, and to fields of interest to the DSCD

Although connectivity and automation technologies have matured, the transportation field has yet to fully embrace their capabilities. The U-M Mobility Transformation Center (MTC) is about to change that

The ME department is pleased to welcome Jeff Sakamoto and Ramanarayan Vasudevan who will both be joining the faculty as associate professor and assistant professor, respectively

Albert Shih’s contributions to the science and technology of manufacturing were recently rewarded with ASME’s Shaw Manufacturing Research Medal.

After a series of setbacks including a motor problem that sidelined their vehicle in the first 10 minutes of an eight-day race, the Solar Car Team has won the American Solar Challenge, according to unofficial results

Adaleena Mookerjee presented her research paper on acoustical oceanography this past May at an ASA conference and has since been selected to receive a Second Place Best Paper Award.

A research paper written by Dr. Allen Liu, in collaboration with Dr. Cheri Deng, will be published in a special edition of the BMES’ Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering journal.

Jack Hu presented his original research at the 2013 NAMRC, and has since been chosen to win the S.M. Wu Research Implementation Award presented by the NAMRI/SME.

In a BBC article titled "Can a city ever be traffic jam-free?" Assistant Professor Gabor Orosz discussed the nature of traffic jams and how they are influenced by human behavior

Professor Ulsoy will be accepting the Outstanding Investigator Award next month at the International Symposium on Flexible Automation.

ME Professor Kazuhiro Saitou is a part of team that received a $13 million NIH P01 grant.

Wooldridge's commentary on automakers' efforts to meet fuel-efficiency standards was featured on NPR's "All Things Considered"

Assistant Professor Allen Liu and two of his students, both of whom are studying mechanical engineering, will be participating in this summer’s GISE camp for girls who are interested in engineering and science.

CAREER awards recognize junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research and education

Scientific American has featured the work of Professor of Mechanical Engineering Sridhar Kota in its April edition. Kota’s article outlines the functions of devices developed according to compliant design.

Two of Assistant Professor Xiaogan Liang’s articles will be published in ACS Nano, a leading journal that exposes cutting-edge research and new discoveries in the field of nanotechnology and nanoscience.

ME alumnus Dr. Mostafa Bedewy was presented an award from the College of Engineering in March 2014, in recognition of his academic achievement in the Department of Mechanical Engineering’s PhD Program.

ME Lab Tour to be Part of MSEC 2014

This event allows students to present their research in a relaxed setting and rotates between schools in the Midwest

Panos Papalambros is the recipient of the 2014 ASEE Ralph Coats Roe Award and the 2014 ASME Robert E Abbott Award

This is a prestigious award in computational science and mechanics given by the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at Duke

Assistant Professor Neil Dasgupta was featured as a "Shining Star of Solar" on the DOE-EERE website.

Wooldridge is one of six 2013 recipients of the prestigious E.O. Lawrence Award, the agency’s highest award for mid-career scientists

New Aegis, which markets shock-absorbing padding for football helmets, represented the University of Michigan as one of ten teams at ASME’s eighth annual iShow