When instruction suddenly switched from in-person to distance learning, ME faculty and staff worked together to plan, create, assemble, and distribute lab kits to students for their laboratory instruction.
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The Rising Stars workshop supports senior graduate students and postdocs who are considering careers in academia.
We invite all graduates, their families and friends and the college community to join us remotely on Tuesday, May 19th.
To help prepare for disruptions, please refer to our Coronavirus Resources page.
The Mechanical Engineering Student Access Machine Shop is available for students who will be working on projects and research related to our academic mission. In order to use the ME Student Shop, students must complete our training course. Registration begins 8/24/2022. For more information, click to see our Shop Training page.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering seeks candidates for faculty positions in the areas of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, Data-Driven Engineering Design and Mechanics, Dynamics, and Manufacturing. The department is also generating an applicant pool of qualified temporary instructors to teach regular and Summer Session courses, should an opening arise. Click for more information on the …
A new 3D printer uses light to transform gooey liquids into complex solid objects in only a matter of minutes.
Bio-Inspired Materials With Self-Adaptable Mechanical Behaviors and Architected Materials With Extreme Energy Absorption and Deep Subwavelength Sound Absorption
Friday, September 30, 2022 @ 11:00 a.m.
1165 Etcheverry Hall
Dr. Sung Hoon Kang
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, Institute for NanoBioTechnology, Johns Hopkins University
Finally – why your shoelaces keep coming untied, and why that matters for understanding failure in knotted structures.
Partnered with bioengineers, ME students developed a low-cost alternative to the chest x-ray.
Mechanical Engineers and industry advisor Tom Flynn, from California Energy and Power, have designed an efficient, bird-safe turbine that operates vertically, rather than horizontally.
Adjunct Prof Ravi Prasher describes new materials for the batteries of the future.