Mechanical engineering senior Chelsea Elizabeth Robinson and Taunya Phillips (BSCHE '87) were honored at the 28th annual Lyman T. Johnson Torch of Excellence Awards Dinner last month.
Past program participants have been invited to present their research at conferences, been awarded competitive grants and others have secured publications in leading journals.
Alumnus L. Berkley Davis Jr., who retired in 2016, currently holds 101 patents. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2006, the UK College of Engineering’s Hall of Distinction in 2007, the UK Hall of Distinguished Alumni in 2015.
Since 2002, UK has been at the forefront of using unmanned aerial systems for research. Suzanne Smith, director the UK Unmanned Systems Research Consortium, is leading the way.
Coordinated by UK President Capilouto, director Fara Williams and co-PI and UK College of Engineering Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Johné Parker, UK has led the KY-WV LSAMP program since it was created in 2006.
Academic and industry leaders from 30 countries are gathering in Lexington, Kentucky, this week for the 16th Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing.
The mechanical engineering associate professor will be associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology.
The $270,000 grant is courtesy of NASA’s Flight Opportunities program which supports NASA’s future exploration and science missions.
The $592,839 grant will enable the researchers to study chemical processes that pose a danger to hypersonic aircraft.
An LED light including its internal controller that spent approximately nine years aboard the International Space Station is being studied for negative effects caused by space’s radiation levels.