2015 March

4 ME Ph.D. Students Won Awards at Graduate Research Symposium

Gabe Monroe, Jamal Alexander, Amanda Sterling, and Rakish Shrestha won awards at the 13th Annual Graduate Research Symposium at MSU.   Gabe Monroe:  2nd place in the Physics and Computations Sciences,  Mathematics, and Engineering Oral Presentation Division: “Energy harvesting via ferrofluidic induction.”  Jamal Alexander: 3rd place in the Physics and Computations Sciences,  Mathematics, and Engineering Oral Presentation Division: “Possible Smart…

March 25, 2015


Researchers Lab-to-Fab Work could Create U.S. Manufacturing Renaissance

Lab-to-fab describes the work two CAVS researchers are conducting to help an emerging technology move from the laboratory to a production environment. Additive manufacturing (AM), more commonly known as 3-D printing, is mainly used to create three-dimensional prototypes from a digital blue print for engineers and designers. Researchers Scott Thompson and Nima Shamsaei are trying…

March 24, 2015


Mechanical Engineering ranked 80th in US News & World Report Rankings

The Mechanical Engineering Department is now ranked 80th in the latest US News & World Report rankings of engineering graduate programs!!! Last year our department ranked 109 so we have significantly improved our ranking.  This large leap in the rankings reflects our significant efforts in promoting our department and it is a clear indication that we…

March 12, 2015


Daniewicz earns ASTM top honors

STARKVILLE, Miss. – A Bagley College professor received top honors from one of the world’s largest standards-developing organizations. Steve Daniewicz, a mechanical engineering professor, now ranks as a Fellow and holds an Award of Merit with ASTM International. “We are proud of Dr. Daniewicz’s leadership in ASTM. His efforts have brought additional visibility to his…

March 12, 2015