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Steve Ceccio selected as Chair of NAME Department
Steve Ceccio selected as Chair of NAME Department
05/16/2011

Steve Ceccio will be taking the position as Chair of the Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering department on July 1st. With his strong ties to the ME department, this appointment should have a positive impact on building a stronger relationship

Dowling Elected ASME Fellow
Dowling Elected ASME Fellow
08/04/2010

ME Professor David Dowling is internationally recognized for contributions to the fields of acoustics and fluid mechanics.

Schultz Completes Service as Program Director at NSF
Schultz Completes Service as Program Director at NSF
11/04/2009

ME Professor Bill Schultz recently returned from a three-year term as as director of the Fluid Dynamics program at the National Science Foundation (NSF) in Washington, D.C. Between September 2006 and August 2009, Schultz oversaw grant programs and funding decisions, and was involved in a variety of other projects within the fluid dynamics field. One of Schultz’s primary […]

Ceccio Awarded APS Fellowship
Ceccio Awarded APS Fellowship
02/19/2010

In recognition of his research in multiphase and high-Reynolds number flows, Professor Steve Ceccio was made a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

MCubed Grant Precedes Larger NIH Award of $3 Million
MCubed Grant Precedes Larger NIH Award of $3 Million
10/06/2014

A transformative diagnostic tool for rapid measurement of patient immune status, developed through a close collaboration between U-M researchers from the Medical School and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, received NIH funding this past July

New microfluidic platform helps scientists study aging
New microfluidic platform helps scientists study aging
09/16/2016

ME Associate Professor Nikos Chronis’ work focuses on micro and nano electro-mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) and microfluidics technologies to address both fundamental questions in neuroscience and clinical needs in the medical field.