left to right: Yakacki, Carpenter, Jenkins; not pictured: Yu, Poddar Christopher Yakacki, associate professor of mechanical engineering, along with mechanical engineering associate professor Dana Carpenter, professor Peter Jenkins, assistant professor … Continue Reading Yakacki and team receives Pac-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative funding
On Friday, April 26, students from across the college participated in the 22nd annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium. Our students won awards in the technology, engineering and mathematics category, … Continue Reading Engineering students shine at 22nd annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium
The CU Board of Regents approved appointments or awards of tenure for the following faculty, effective April 5. Emily Gibson, Department of Bioengineering Kannan Premnath, Department of Mechanical Engineering Congratulations!
Dean Martin Dunn presented the college’s new strategic vision and name at a faculty/staff celebration on February 28, setting the trajectory for the exciting things to come for the newly … Continue Reading An exciting time for engineering at CU Denver
Team HyperLynx, comprised of 18 students from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science, has advanced the the final stage of the 2019 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition, scheduled for July … Continue Reading Engineering students advance to the 2019 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition
On Tuesday, November 6, nearly 275 students attended the CU Denver Engineering Internship and Job Fair in the Tivoli Turnhalle. This year’s job fair was the largest to-date, with 39 … Continue Reading Nearly 275 students attend largest Engineering Internship and Job Fair
Researchers from CU Denver, CU Boulder and Boston-based Scientific Systems Company have partnered to design drones that can explore underground environments like subway tunnels, mines and caves. The U.S. Defense … Continue Reading Faculty receive $4.5M DARPA grant for Subterranean Challenge
The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved tenure appointments for three College of Engineering and Applied Science faculty at their June meeting: Cathy Bodine, Department of Bioengineering Dana Carpenter, … Continue Reading Bodine, Carpenter and Park awarded tenure
Last Friday, 30 engineering students participated in the university’s annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium—11 bioengineering, 5 computer science, 13 electrical engineering and 1 mechanical engineering—and students from the college … Continue Reading Engineering students make a strong showing at the Research and Creative Activities Symposium
On April 26, six collegiate start-up teams pitched their ideas to a panel of judges at THE CLIMB Pitch Night, hosted by the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship at the … Continue Reading Project un[Contained] places second, receives social impact award at THE CLIMB
Faculty and students from the Smart Materials and Biomechanics (SMAB) lab in the Department of Mechanical Engineering collaborated with Nathaniel Dominy, an anthropologist at Dartmouth University, to study bone daggers … Continue Reading SMAB lab study, in collaboration with Dartmouth anthropologist, published
photos courtesy of www.facebook.com/UCDOdyssey/ A team of mechanical engineering senior design students—Team Odyssey—took second place last Friday in Huntsville, Alabama at the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge. The team also brought … Continue Reading Team Odyssey takes second place at NASA rover competition
Chris Yakacki, associate professor of mechanical engineering, and his tech startup company Impressio, Inc. won the Advancements for Protective Equipment category at the NFL’s “1st and Future” competition last Saturday … Continue Reading Yakacki’s tech startup wins big at NFL 1st and Future competition
The fall senior design event was a smashing success with 29 teams, nearly 100 students and almost 20 judges participating. Below is the list of winners: Overall: BLOX3R Bioengineering: Lung Model Manufacturing … Continue Reading Fall 2017 Senior Design Recap and Slideshow
Three College of Engineering and Applied Science students have been awarded 2017 ARCS scholarships: Aaron Buchanan, bioengineering; Scott Spurgeon, mechanical engineering; and Rachelle Walter, bioengineering. These scholarships are awarded by … Continue Reading Three students receive prestigious ARCS scholarships
Mechanical engineering assistant professor Dana Carpenter presented a TEDx Talk at TEDxUCLA last month about space travel and its effects on the human body. Watch it now!