UC San Diego's Triton Racing strikes again with another top 10 finish at the international FSAE Lincoln competition! After many long nights and months of preparation for the event, Triton Racing's final product TR-18 was complete and ready to compete. The team has poured hours upon hours designing, machining, assembling, and testing their racecar throughout the past year, and their work has paid off in another successful competition.
MAE Graduate Student Award Recipients 2018:
Outstanding Teaching Assistant:
Todd W. Christopher
Nominated by: Stefan Llewellyn Smith
Drones, medical devices and carbon nanotube fabrics: MAE seniors show off their capstone projects
Frank Talke has unanimously been elected an Honorary Member of ASME "for contributions to information storage technology, color ink jet printing and medical device technology."
Congratulations to Marc Meyers who received the Mehl Medal from David DeYoung, the TMS President, Director of R&D, Alcoa at the 2018 TMS Institute of Metals Lecture.
Citation: "For seminal contributions in mechanical behavior, especially dynamic effects, and nanocrystalline and biological materials, and for global leadership through mentoring and organization of major events."
Prof. Padmini Rangamani was selected as a 'Rising Star' Junior Investigator at the Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Special Interest Group, a part of the Biomedical Engineering Society. This award is given to a select group of early career researchers each year. As a part of the award, Padmini presented her research and gave a talk entitled, 'Membrane tension as an organizing principle of vesicle trafficking'. The class of 2018 Rising Stars and previous winners are listed here.
Congratulations to Professor Boechler, who at the recent 2017 International Congress on Ultrasonics in Honolulu, was awarded the ICU Early Career Award (the "Silver Whistle Award," for outstanding contributions to the promotion of the ultrasound world community).
Congratulations to Professor James Friend for receiving the MAE Best Teaching Award for the 2016-2017 academic year!
Congratulations to Professor Krstic who was named AAAS Fellow and now holds a record seven fellowships in technical and scientific societies.