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New Materials Testing Apparatus Could Mean Money, Time Saved for Manufacturers
Dr. Pettes' invention could change the way manufacturers test materials in the hybrid and all-electric car industries.
Looking Forward, Not Backwards In The New Year
Dean Kazem Kazerounian explains his vision and goals for the UConn School of Engineering in 2018.
Full Speed Ahead: Using Additive Manufacturing to Repair Ships at Sea
A team of UConn engineers has now developed a way for a ship’s crew to pinpoint the exact location of any mechanical trouble on board, leading to valuable time saved.
Zhang and His Students Look To Advance Power Systems Into The Future
The lab’s most recent research, which focuses on national infrastructure, is looking to enhance the connectedness of the fractured U.S. grid system.
Tough Engineering Classes Forged These CEOS
The School of Engineering’s main classroom building produced an unusual number of CEOs from chemical engineering in the early ’80s.
Alumni News for January 2018
Three accomplished UConn School of Engineering alumni are moving up the career ladder at CTS Engines, Weston & Sampson, and Royal Caribbean Cruises.
MSE PhD Dissertation Defense - Jie Chen
January 15, 2018
Senior Design Demonstration Day
April 27, 2018
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