A new design produces the simplest and most effective invisibility cloak yet.
The Michigan Tech Center for Water and Society celebrated World Water Day on Thursday, March 21 with a student poster competition. The posters covered different topics in water research occurring at Michigan Technological University. Posters were displayed on the 1st floor of the Great Lakes Research Center; CWS Faculty presented a showcase of CWS research, followed by A dinner in the Atrium overlooking the lake.
2013 Michigan Tech Center for Water and Society Award Winners
Original Research Category:
1st – Miles Corcoran
2nd – Julie A. Padilla
3rd – Jade E. Ortiz and Martin Hobmeier (Tie)
1st – Nancy Auer’s BL4465 Biological Oceanography class:
To help researchers fast-track their technologies to the marketplace, Michigan is launching a new entrepreneurial training program called Michigan Innovation Corps (I-Corps).
New material could have dozens of uses
Special coatings could fight bacteria and discourage the growth of scar tissue on medical implants
Four Michigan Tech graduate engineering programs rise in US News rankings.
College of Engineering Distinguished Speakers Series: Nadine Aubry, PhD, Member, National Academy of Engineering, Dean, College of Engineering, Professor, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Northeastern University
Thursday, March 21 at 4 pm—Great Lakes Research Center, Room 202
During the Spring Break 2012, Dr. Nina Mahmoudian and Dr Mo Rastgaar and two Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Teams are in Jaipur, India. Below is a group picture of them in City Royal Palace. They are going to visit hospital and see Dr. Jain also on the trip.
See Photos and Videos of the 2013 Society of Automotive Engineers Clean Snowmobile Challenge, including complete set of the Objective Handling Competition, the Acceleration Competition and Zero Emissions Sled Drag with links to the Photo Collections.
Ten members of the Michigan Tech chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) will spend their spring break in Detroit, working to inspire younger students to explore engineering as a career option. For eight of them, it’s a trip home, since they attended Detroit schools. The other two students are from Africa.