On Saturday, September 24, ten students from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) University of Kentucky student chapter partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help build a home for a family in need in Georgetown, Kentucky.
Ciara Pickering shares how BAE's bioenvironmental focus prepared her for her career, and how she spends down time hiking with her dog Wally.
Global Impact Award for Distinguished Faculty Achievements in International Research and Scholarship
Nikiforos Stamatiadis, professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, has received the 2022 Global Impact Award for Distinguished Faculty Achievements in International Research and Scholarship.
The 2022 Civil Engineering Awards Banquet, which took place on September 17, recognizes outstanding alumni and industry leaders in the civil and construction engineering industry.
The UK College of Engineering’s Young Alumni Philanthropy Council, also known as YAPCO, welcomed 16 new members to its 2022-2023 cohort. To join the council, every member makes a monetary gift of $1,000 to the college. These funds are pooled and awarded to engineering student programs.
The University of Kentucky team that developed the Kentucky Re-entry and Universal Payload System (KRUPS) project received an Innovation and Technology Demonstration award at the International Space Station Research and Development Conference (ISSRDC) in July 2022.
This is the third consecutive year with such success for SPARK Lab students advised by Dan M. Ionel, ECE Professor and L. Stanley Pigman Chair in Power.
The NSF-funded FABRIC project, launched with a $3 million grant in 2020, has completed Phase 1 in its work to establish a groundbreaking network testbed cyberinfrastructure to reimagine the way large amounts of data are generated, stored, analyzed and transmitted across the world.
Kirsten Ford, a University of Kentucky senior studying aerospace engineering, placed second for Outstanding Student Oral Presentation at the 19th International Planetary Probe Workshop (IPPW-19) in Santa Clara, California on September 2.
Biyun Xie, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a three-year $499,365 award from the NSF Foundational Research in Robotics program for her project titled, “Autonomous Fault-Tolerant Operation of Redundant Robotic Arms.” Xie is the PI, and Jiangbiao He is the Co-PI.