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Thesis Defense – Adelle Milholland

Effect of Corrective Surgery on Lower Limb Mechanics in Patients with Crouch Gait August 21st, 2019 at 9:00am in MEC 301 Crouch gait is a common gait deviation associated with cerebral palsy that frequently requires surgical intervention. Crouch gait can … (Read More) Thesis Defense – Adelle Milholland

Thesis Defense – Katie Hollar

Controlling Strain Energy Density in 3D Cellular Collagen Constructs During Complex Loads August 23rd, 2019 at 10:30am in MEC 114 Abstract Mechanical stimulation applied to damaged soft tissues, such as ligament, can promote tissue remodeling to accelerate healing. To help … (Read More) Thesis Defense – Katie Hollar

Two present at McNair / LSAMP symposium

Two mechanical engineering undergraduate students joined 16 other McNair and LSAMP students in sharing their research with faculty, family and friends at the 2019 Summer Research Symposium Program on July 29. Omar Betancourt presented his work on Optimization of Alinco’s … (Read More) Two present at McNair / LSAMP symposium

Birks launches 2019 ORS workshop

Graduate student Scott Birks was the first speaker at the ORS 48th International Musculoskeletal Biology Workshop in Sun Valley, Idaho, July 25-28, 2019. Scott’s paper titled “Disruption of LINC complex in stem cells results in decreased osteogenesis and trabecular architecture” … (Read More) Birks launches 2019 ORS workshop

Broncos score at SB3C

Dr. Trevor Lujan (Northwest Tissue Mechanics Laboratory) took three graduate students to this year’s Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C) in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania, June 25 – 28, 2019. Bradley Henderson was selected as a finalist for his abstract … (Read More) Broncos score at SB3C

ICUR 2019

The Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (ICUR) is a celebration showcasing the leading edge of undergraduate research in all disciplines. The mission of ICUR is to promote mentored undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in Idaho in all disciplines. The … (Read More) ICUR 2019

Fall Systems Course Announced

Foundations of Systems Science and Engineering ME 597-002 and ME 497-003* | 06:00 pm-07:15 pm TuTh | MEC 307 Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. It focuses on defining customer needs … (Read More) Fall Systems Course Announced

Fall 2019 Electives

Plan now for your fall schedule with these elective courses! ME 260 Introduction to Machining Tis course is an overview of standard shop practices. Topics include the safe use of precision measuring tools, vertical knee mill, lathe, and other basic … (Read More) Fall 2019 Electives

Summer 2019 registration opens Feb. 19

Considering summer classes? Registration opens in one week on 2/19/19 at 12:01 am. Summer Classes has been updated with the current summer class offerings for 2019. However, note that this list can change, including the cancellation of summer classes … (Read More) Summer 2019 registration opens Feb. 19

Paid Graduate Opportunities at KAUST on the Red Sea

Friday, February 81:30 – 2:30 PMRuch Engineering Building (RUCH) – Room 103 Presented by Dr. Robert DibbleKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Learn about mechanical and biomedical systems while getting paid to study and conduct graduate research in an international setting! Scholarships … (Read More) Paid Graduate Opportunities at KAUST on the Red Sea