Researchers strategized a method to utilize laser-generated sparks to further advance the field of laser ignition of engines.
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Daniel Olsen’s lab group tested Siemens technology designed to minimize fuel consumption and emissions by reconfiguring engine systems.
Jason Quinn, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, leverages his expertise in sustainability for several multi-million dollar projects from the Department of Energy and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A group of 12 researchers, including mechanical engineering professor Chris Weinberger, demonstrated that a new class of materials is capable of both shape memory properties, as well as superelasticity.
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering is pursuing a partnership with Zhejiang University, with exchanges beginning in 2018.
Associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and School of Biomedical Engineering, Matthew Kipper, is currently incorporating electrospinning into his research for biomedical applications.
ChemE Car placed third at the Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, qualifying the team to compete at the national competition this fall.
ME undergraduate student, Liam Lewane, recently shared his latest project at a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Research campaign, addressing environmental air quality.
Since the 1950s, a 24,000-square-foot, off-campus research facility, located in the Fort Collins foothills, has endured dozens of renovations; the latest renovation transformed the facility into “The Factory.” Its diverse history has made it one of CSU’s most unique facilities, and its new name offers a glimpse into its inception in 1958.