SoE professors’ research projects target new discoveries for space and Earth Whether looking to gain a deeper understanding of combustion to conserve energy or looking to nourish plant roots with electrostatic spray, recent research efforts of mechanical and aerospace engineering professors Stephen Tse and Jonathan Singer aim to impact life in space – and on Earth. Conducting “Flames in Space” Experiments from Planet Earth
October 7, 2020
October 7, 2020
Engineers invent way to spray extremely thin wires on 3D objects Engineers have invented a way to spray extremely thin wires made of a plant-based material that could be used in N95 mask filters, devices that harvest energy for electricity, and potentially the creation of human organs.
September 11, 2020
People who worry about the safety of self-driving cars might either be reassured or concerned by an approach that Jingang Yi, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, is proposing: add race car driving skills and techniques to the brains of autonomous vehicles. “Professional drivers perform extreme maneuvers to avoid crashes with other vehicles, or to avoid running off the road,” Yi said. “But typical drivers out on the streets and highways don’t know how to do them.”
August 13, 2020
Prof. James Guo has been conferred an Honorary Professorship of Amity University in Noida, India, in recognition of his research achievements and leadership in the areas of enhanced heat transfer and radiative heat transfer. He received this distinction at the valedictory ceremony of the 2nd International Conference on Future Learning Aspects of Mechanical Engineering (FLAME - 2020), 5th – 7th August 2020. He has delivered a Plenary Lecture “Heat Transfer Enhancement with Nanofluids” in the conference.
July 16, 2020
A group of sen The Multi-Mode Hybrid Drone Delivery System (MMHDDS) senior design project was recently awarded the NASA University Student Research Challenge (USRC) grant. The team consists of rising senior Paul Wang as the principal investigator (PI), with Nolan Angelia, Muhammet Ali Gungor, and Professor Onur Bilgen as co-PIs.
July 16, 2020
Professors Kimberly Cook-Chenault and Jonathan P. Singer were among the six faculty members from across Rutgers University who recently received coveted 2019-20 Provost’s Awards for Faculty Excellence. The Provost’s Awards honor outstanding faculty members at all stages of their careers whose exceptional work in innovative teaching, cross-disciplinary research, and STEM diversity has been recognized by their peers. Prof. Singer received a Provost’s Award for Excellence in Innovative Teaching in recognition of his non-traditional approach to active learning.
June 18, 2020
Robert Green-Warren, an incoming second year PhD student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department, has been awarded a 2020 PhD Engineering Associate Fellowship. GEM is “a network of leading corporations, government laboratories, top universities, and top research institutions that enables qualified students from underrepresented communities to pursue graduate education in applied science and engineering.” Robert has also previously been awarded the SUPER-Grad Fellowship for the Fall 2019-2020 academic year, which supports his current research under the guidance of Prof.
June 18, 2020
Professor Assimina Pelegri has been elected to the chair position of the Engineering Sciences Segment (ESS) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The ESS supports and promotes the creation of technical content and activities through interactions with several entities; including ASME technical divisions, affiliated events and groups, and strategic partnerships with other external organizations.
June 12, 2020
Professor Yogesh Jaluria has been awarded the 2020 Holley Medal by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for pioneering achievements in fiber drawing and coating for both traditional and specialty fibers that resulted in the development of high quality fibers at reduced costs to meet the needs of emerging application areas. The ASME Holley Medal was established in 1924 and is awarded for outstanding and unique act(s) of an engineering nature, accomplishing a noteworthy and timely public benefit.