Meet School of MIME Faculty Hires for 2015-2016

Six New Faculty Join School of MIME

NSF Fellows Have Ambitious Aims for Robots, Fire

Two of our students, Andy Abate and Aaron Fillo (l to r), have been selected by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships program for fully funded graduate studies. This prestigious award reaches only 2,000 students in the nation.

What’s ATAMI? MBI’s Partnership Model Scales Up

The Microproducts Breakthrough Institute (MBI) has “scaled up” with the launch of ATAMI, the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Institute -- an expansion of the MBI model to embrace additional research-to-commercializtion opportunities across the univ

Humanitarian Engineering Program Benefits from Alumni Support

Humanitarian engineering program challenges new boundaries

Advancing Inclusion and Diversity: School of MIME Joins TECAID

School of MIME is one of five universities selected to join the TECAID project, an NSF-funded project to increase diversity in mechanical engineering programs.

In delivering on our mission commitments, the School of MIME continues to focus our resources and demonstrate measurable results in the areas of highest importance to our stakeholders:

  • Preparing the next generation of mechanical, industrial, manufacturing and energy systems engineering professionals; and
  • Performing leading-edge research that ensures a better future for our state, nation and world.

We deliver a top-tier, hands-on engineering education to our students; and our graduates get jobs. As well as bringing tremendous dedication and talent to their teaching, MIME faculty are research leaders in their fields. School of MIME enjoys – and is much the stronger for – our strong ties with industry and ongoing connections with MIME alums.

Engineering News

OSU News Release

Storage advance may boost solar thermal energy potential

Nov 3, 2015
Engineers have identified a new approach for the storage of concentrated solar thermal energy, to reduce its cost and make it more practical for wider use.… Read full story.
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“Spring-mass” technology heralds the future of walking robots

Oct 27, 2015
Robotic technology created at OSU has achieved the most realistic implementation of human walking dynamics that has ever been done, and may become the pattern others will follow.… Read full story.
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Methodology could lead to more sustainable manufacturing systems

Oct 14, 2015
OSU engineers have created a "sustainable development methodology" to help make manufacturing processes more environmentally conscious, less wasteful and socially sustainable.… Read full story.
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NSF grant supports high-end imaging instrument development

Oct 6, 2015
OSU was awarded an $815,000 “major research instrumentation” grant to develop a high-end, 4D imaging system and establish an Advanced Imaging Facility. … Read full story.
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NSF awards $4.5 million nanotechnology grant to OSU partnership

Oct 5, 2015
OSU has received a $4.5 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation for nanoscale science, engineering and technology research.… Read full story.

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Risk Perception & Communication

When working with technologies that could pose a high (perceived) risk to the public, it is important to understand how people view risk and make decisions. In this

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