As team manager for the UK Solar Car Team, mechanical engineering senior Monon Rahman is a familiar face around campus. Recently, he won an award for something non-engineering related—filmmaking.
The C.A.T.S. in the program name stands for Computer Access to Succeed. Corey Baker, assistant professor in the UK Department of Computer Science, played an integral role in the program's creation.
The overarching goal of the project is an improved understanding of processing-structure-property links in multi-principal element alloy (MPEA) materials, specifically the effects of alloy composition on mechanical behavior, with a focus on ductility.
Mike Johnson, professor and chair in the University of Kentucky Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, led the team, which worked on the project over the summer.
The UK students represented the AIChE student chapters for the chemical engineering programs in Lexington and at the College of Engineering Extended Campus in Paducah.
Keith E. Rouch, P.E., professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Mechanical Engineering, is retiring at the end of the semester. Rouch has been a professor at UK for the past 33 years, and served as department chair for 12 years.
Jim McDonough, professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Mechanical Engineering, is retiring at the end of the fall semester. McDonough has taught at UK since 1990 and enjoyed a 50-year career in academia and industry.
University of Kentucky computer science students excelled at the Kentucky Academy of Science Annual Meeting's Student Competition held November 2-3 at Western Kentucky University.
More than 3,900 students, undergraduate and graduate, are currently enrolled in the college, but the goal is to reach 6,000 by 2025.
On November 27, the UK College of Engineering held a live Q&A event on YouTube with our student ambassadors. They shared their UK Engineering experiences and answered questions submitted by the online audience. Click to watch the entire video.