Per University of Kentucky tradition, UK President Eli Capilouto has selected two student representatives to speak at the UK Commencement Ceremonies Friday, Dec. 17, at Rupp Arena at Central Bank Center.
Using NSF funding, Brent Seales has gathered a team of experts from UK's College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences to build EduceLab — UK’s vision for next-generation heritage science. The collaborative facility will focus on developing innovative artificial intelligence solutions for the unique challenges presented by cultural heritage objects.
In addition to developing direct air capture technology, this collaborative research team will also look at the engineering design systems for utilization and storage of carbon dioxide from air.
Formed in 1992, the Hall of Distinction now has 151 members.
Eight undergraduate students in the College of Engineering were selected to be the first to receive $3,000 and $1,500 Boeing Scholarships for Aerospace Engineering at UK.
Hall of Distinguished Alumni inductees are honored for their meaningful contributions to the Commonwealth, nation and the world.
In addition to capturing CO2, the system will produce two value-added streams, hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2,) which can be sold to offset the cost of CO2 capture.
The goal is to advance the analysis and design of NASA entry systems by developing a fully integrated, interdisciplinary simulation capability.
Twelve faculty members spanning seven academic departments attended the orientation.
Faculty with the institute will serve as judges in an upcoming contest to find innovative solutions for using spent grains.