Jackson Codispoti will publish an article as first author in the Association for Computing Machinery academic journal Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems.
Faculty with the institute will serve as judges in an upcoming contest to find innovative solutions for using spent grains.
The independent, student-led organization won a national solar car competition for the first time in its 22-year history.
All College of Engineering alumni, faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend. Food and drinks will be served at no cost.
The project, “Permanent Magnetization and Corrosion-Related Field Prediction of Complex Structures,” will be funded in the amount of $751,596 over three years. ECE professor Rob Adams is the Co-I.
Contributions from this project will establish a cost-effective, accurate and robust reliability improvement framework for modern electric propulsion systems.
Students majoring in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering and biosystems engineering shadowed healthcare providers in a wide variety of areas.
The project seeks to extract rare earths from fossil fuel waste streams to diversify the supply base and provide economic opportunity for depressed communities.
UK Engineering at Paducah Collaboration Aims to Reduce Plastic, Produce Safe, Inexpensive Cooking Fuel
Jeff Seay's research has resulted in a device capable of converting waste plastic into clean fuel oil.
The camp was funded by alumnus L. Stanley Pigman (BSMNG 1981) and his wife, Karen. Both were on hand for various events and activities during the week.