Professor Lissenden invites first-year students to participate in the "Break It" night in Engineering Science and Mechanics.
Bring an object that you would like to break (please, no body parts) to Room 110 Earth-Engineering Sciences Building Thursday December 1 at 5:00 and we will break it with our materials testing machines. Guess or calculate it’s strength and win a prize. Why are we doing this? because Engineering Science is fun.
On January 1, 2006, Professor Bernhard R. Tittmann, Schell Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics, will have achieved the status of Life Fellow of IEEE "in recognition of the many years of loyal membership and support of the activities of the IEEE.”
Joseph L. Rose, Paul Morrow Professor in engineering science and mechanics, has been elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for contributions to guided wave models, instrumentation, sensors, and measurement techniques. The IEEE fellow represents the highest grade of membership in the IEEE.
Michael Pedrick, engineering science and mechanics doctoral student, has been named to the first annual Chancellor's List® of Who's Who Among American Graduate Students.
An ultrasonic atomic force microscope image made by Bernhard R. Tittmann, Schell Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics, of uncentered ceramic aluminum oxide (white) held together by a polymer binder (black) was awarded third place in its category in the 5th Annual EDFAS Photo Contest sponsored by the Electronic Device Failure Analysis Society, an Affiliate Society of ASM International.
Sculptured thin film technology developed by Akhlesh Lakhtakia, distinguished professor of engineering science and mechanics, has been named a winner in Nanotech Briefs magazine's first annual Nano 50.
Mirna Urquidi-Macdonald, professor of engineering science and mechanics, has been elected a 2006 National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) Fellow Honor.