Flex-N-Gate owner and MechSE Distinguished Alumnus Shahid Khan has become a popular man in the Motor City.
Sam Tawfick's novel nanotube structure strengthens thin film for flexible electronics.
ME senior Zaynab Salehpour is featured in our new series on undergraduate scholarship recipients.
Dr. Gavin Horn of AMTEL and the Illinois Fire Service Institute, was one of just seven campus recipients of the CAPE award.
The Illini Hyperloop team, which claims a large MechSE contingent, will compete in the next round of the SpaceX challenge.
The impressive grants awarded to our department's junior faculty is cause for celebration.
Kimani Toussaint offered a webinar on his table-top approach to producing flat, ultrathin optics.
Boeing, JetBlue among investors in Zunum Aero, a startup that could reduce regional travel times by 40 to 80 percent.
Professor Chuck Tucker will return to teaching and research as an emeritus professor in MechSE.
MechSE undergraduates enjoy experiences in a wide variety of research, outreach, and social and professional societies.
MechSE's Abigail Gerth, Kenneth Hoffmann, and Becky Lankford have been named to the Senior 100 Honorary.
Nine of MechSE's faculty and staff received the 2017 Engineering Council Award for Excellence in Advising.
SIIP grant provides funds to reimagine the scope of Mechanical Design I.
The Spring 2017 Talbot Distinguished Lecture featured Professor J.N. Reddy, a prolific researcher and teacher from Texas A&M University.
Assistant Professor Shelby Hutchens is recipient of a prestigious NSF CAREER Award.
MechSE's Randy Ewoldt receives a state-of-the-art rheometer from lab equipment company Anton Paar, bringing more capabilities to his lab.
A challenge grant from The Grainger Foundation will match all engineering scholarship endowment gifts up to $25 million.
Skyscraper visionary received an M.S. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at Illinois, and today receives one of the modern day’s coolest honors.
With an undergraduate career focused on golf, grad student Ashley Armstrong has now zeroed in on a career in mechanical engineering.
MechSE alumnus Larry Wilson takes principal position at one of nation's largest architecture, engineering, and planning firms.