The $2.7 million project includes DOE funding and industry and university cost-share.
In September 2018, we announced the largest faculty hiring initiative in the college’s history. One year later, we have welcomed over 20 new faculty members to the college.
Smith will be one of three individuals to receive induction into the Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame on November 16, 2019. The ceremony will take place at the Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky.
The National Science Foundation grant will allow a research team to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the event of airborne contaminant dispersion.
On August 31, a unique pushcart vehicle made its debut on the Cat Walk thanks to a joint partnership between UK Healthcare, Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky, UK Athletics and the UK College of Engineering.
UK's team has developed glasses that can be worn during surgery to help neurosurgeons easily identify tumor margins during surgery.
The team measured wakes produced by wind turbines using small unmanned aerial systems developed by researchers in UK’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Laboratory.
All College of Engineering alumni, faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend. Food and drinks will be served at no cost.
The award is intended to honor a person who has significantly advanced the technology and practice of noise control engineering through unique contributions to the education of future noise control engineers.
Nichols is one of four UK students, from a total of 16, who were selected for the highly competitive NASA Academy at NASA Langley Research Center.