Tingwen “Tim” Wu, professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is the winner of the 2019 Henry Mason Lutes Award for Excellence in Engineering Education.
Launched in 1999, the UK Solar Car Team is just the eighth team nationally to reach the 20-year milestone. It began racing competitively in 2003.
Ann Carver, who received her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from UK in 1987, discussed how technology and innovation have shaped Coca-Cola’s strategy and culture.
Duncan was elected for “outstanding contributions to the applications of biomaterials, medical device safety, performance and commercialization.”
Dusan Sekulic, Secat J. G. Morris Aluminum Professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Mechanical Engineering, was part of the team awarded a "Robert L. Peaslee Award" by the American Welding Society (AWS).
Fazleena Badurdeen has been appointed an associate editor Resources, Conservation and Recycling, one of the highest ranked journals in sustainable management and conservation of resources.
The honor is given to academic scientists and engineers who have shown exceptional promise for doing creative research early in their career.
“Engineering a Quieter America: UAS and UAV (Drone) Noise Emissions and Noise Control Engineering Technology” was held in Washington D.C. December 13-14.
Professor Kaveh Tagavi will begin serving a one-year term as Senate Council Vice Chair on June 1, 2019. While maintaining a robust teaching and research profile, Tagavi has consistently found opportunities to serve.
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.