Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Director, W.E. Lay Automotive Laboratory
1231 Beal, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2133
Phone: (734) 764-6995
Automotive engineering including: fuel production and formulation, alternative fuels, diesel combustion, spark ignition combustion, autoignition, spray behavior, particulate emissions, NOx emissions, emissions control, thermodynamics of energy conversion systems
Tenured and Tenure-Track
New path to increasing heavy-truck efficiency with state-of-the-art research engine
U-M researchers collaborating with Volvo Technology of America are contributing to the demonstration of an engine with 55% peak brake thermal efficiency.
Professor Andre Boehman gives interview on electric vehicles and biodiesel
As the Biden Administration puts more attention on reducing carbon emissions by wanting to sell more electric vehicles, Professor Boehman talks about how more than just electric vehicles are needed in this WUSA9 interview.
Seven faculty members receives College of Engineering Awards 2020-21
Seven Mechanical Engineering Faculty have been awarded 2020-21 College of Engineering Awards! Congratulations to them for their outstanding achievements.
Dentistry during COVID-19: Engineering analysis offers guidelines to reduce exposure
Equipment previously used in auto emissions testing highlights risks.
The science behind campus bus changes during COVID-19
Engineers used smoke machines, physics-based modeling and route optimization algorithms to quantify risk.
U-M ME Professors recognized by ASME
Andre Boehman and Shorya Awtar have both received awards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Professor Andre Boehman Elected to Fellow Grade of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Professor André Boehman has made exceptional contributions to the scholarly understanding of fuels, compression and spark-ignition engines, and engineering education.
Professor Andre Boehman Named 2019 American Chemical Society Fellow
A total of 70 fellows were named for 2019.
Is boosting the sales of corn ethanol the right move?
ME Professor André Boehman looks into the facts about corn ethanol and how it may not be the best resource to start backing.
The government aims to boost ethanol without evidence that it saves money or helps the environment
Andre Boehman says increasing ethanol blended with gasoline can damage older machines and do little to curb climate change.