Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor and Director of the Chemical Energy Conversion Laboratory, Bret Windom, was one of eight educators recently recognized for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Ralph R. Teetor Education Award.
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Four high school interns participated in an eleven-week program designed for students interested in chemical and biological engineering.
Mohammadhasan Hedayati, a graduate student in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, earned a spot in the 2018-19 VPR Fellowship Cohort.
CSU’s ChemE Car took first place at the regional competition, and hope to continue their winning streak at nationals in Pittsburgh this October.
Mechanical engineering student Jared Ham was honored as one of the “20 Twenties to Watch” in the February issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine and at the annual Aviation Week Laureate Awards Gala in Washington, D.C.
Applications for such robots include search and rescue, surveillance and environmental monitoring.
The team presented their project at the BIOMOD Jamboree, an international stage where they were exposed to new technologies, and inspired by fellow scientists in the biomolecular engineering field.
The Munsky group of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and their collaborators at Vanderbilt University recently published new advances to predictive biological models for gene regulation in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering is launching four week-long, project-based summer learning programs for middle and high school students.
The researchers will continue developing their prototype and prepare it for demonstration at the final phase of the competition at the NASA Glenn Research Center in October.