Competing against student teams across the nation, the UK Solar Car Team has won the Fluke Connect Student Contest and around $3,500 in Fluke tools, as well as a paid trip to the corporation’s Seattle Headquarters.
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The University of Kentucky Office for Undergraduate Research has presented 17 students with the Oswald Research and Creativity Program awards. 1st place in the Physical and Engineering Sciences category was Justin Cooper, mechanical engineering and chemistry junior. Read more at UKnow.
After receiving a mechanical engineering degree from Purdue, Ph.D. student Ann Whitney came to UK to focus on wireless devices. Read more in our new online version of Kentucky Engineering Journal: Research Edition.
James Gwinn’s perseverance and tenacity made him a perfect candidate to spend two months interning in the nation’s capital. Read more in our newest issue of Kentucky Engineering Journal.
Mechanical engineering assistant professor Alexandre Martin has been elected to the grade of Associate Fellow in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). He was informed of the decision by the AIAA Associate Fellow Committee. AIAA Associate Fellows are individuals of distinction who have made notable and valuable contributions to the arts, sciences, or […]
Watching The Masters? Mechanical Engineering professor Sean Bailey explains Bubba Watson’s historic shot in 2012: http://theclassical.org/articles/the-amen-shot-bubbas-big-masters-moment
ASME will be hosting a workshop on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at the University of Kentucky. The meeting is organized by the ASME Board of Nuclear Codes and Standards. In addition to the workshop on Tuesday, there will be an ASME board meeting Wednesday and Thursday and a mixer on Wednesday evening. Download the […]
Mark Miller has been a fixture in the UK College of Engineering since arriving on campus in the fall of 2007. Eager to apply his education to student organizations competing in engineering competitions, Mark was a part of the Design/Build/Fly team that built and flew “Blue Dawn” in the 2011 competition in Tucson, Ari. During […]
James E. Funk, Ph.D., former Dean and Professor Emeritus, Department of Mechanical Engineering for the College of Engineering passed away over the weekend. Dean Funk served from 1972 to 1980 and was the individual most responsible for launching the University’s energy research enterprise. It was under his direction that the Center for Applied Energy Research […]