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MAEnow video presents undergrad students Jeanne Lee and Perry Zou sharing their

research being done in Prof. Shepherd's Organic Robotics Laboratory. More

Morphing Metal Could Create Shapeshifting Robots

Scientists at Cornell University have developed a metal-foam compound that can change shape then reform itself into a rigid structure. More

MAE Ph.D. student FNU Apoorva and his team won the Grand Prize

& 1st Place Visualization in the Data Science Hackathon. More

2015 MAE Newsletter

Message from the Director, Alumni Profile, Faculty and Student Research, News and Awards... More

CUAUV: Help us push the limits of AUV technology!

Enable manufacturing a new mini-sub, incorporating stereo vision, and a new carbon dioxide pneumatic system as the team... More

Breaking Borders, Building Bridges

Help Cornell students of Engineers Without Borders build a bridge to revive the community of Calcha, Bolivia! More

Two Mechanical Engineering students selected as 2015-16 Frank and Rosa Rhodes Scholarship recipients.

The Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Community congratulates Zachary Bialik. B.S., M.E. ’17, and Asta (Yan) Li, B.S, M.E. ’17 More

Engineering celebrates Sesquicentennial Oct. 23-25

Cornell Engineering celebrates its legacy of leadership and innovation weekend of sesquicentennial... More

Graduate student Jordan Chipka

shares his research with MAEnow. Check out the video! More

Mike Psiaki, B.Sc. 2009, a LEGO® designer since Aug. 2012

Designs a replica of the iconic Ferrari F40, with sleek aerodynamic lines, vented, hinged rear hatch, opening doors and detailed interior. Now you can build your very own Ferrari F40! Get up close to one of the world’s greatest supercars. More

Ph.D. student Kevin Kircher in Prof. Zhang's lab wins 'Best Presentation in Session' award

at the American Control Conference for his talk "Economic Model Predictive Control of Thermal Storage for Demand Response" More

Rebecca Barthelmie was an invited keynote speaker ‘ Offshore wind energy; perspectives and prospects’

at the second Offshore Energy and Storage Symposium- July 3 2015, Edinburgh, UK More

MAE Alumni breakfast held...

Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering was happy to see some of our alumni at a breakfast held in Upson Hall June 6th. More

Charles Zhang Selected

as the 2015 Sibley School Outstanding Senior Award. More

Rehan Kaluarachchi, B.S., M.E., ‘15

Co-creator Sibley School Class of 2015 Senior Video. More

Aaron Stolicker, B.S., M.E., ‘15

Co-creator Sibley School Class of 2015 Senior Video. More

ASME ends amazing, eventful year with a bang!

Check out the 2014-15 final edition of ASME Mechanicus. More

Cornell Mars Rover: Help us Rove out of this World!

The Cornell Mars Rover project team (CMR) designs an innovative Mars rover to compete in the University Rover Challenge. We are an interdisciplinary student-run team that brings together talented minds from engineering, science, and business. Together, we foster creative and intellectual growth through the development of our competitive design. More

Prof. Rebecca Barthelmie,

deploys dual ZephIR 300 wind lidars for more accurate turbulence study for wind turbines More

2015 Merrill Presidents Scholars:

Eric Ching (MAE), Thalia Aoki (EAS), Benjamin Dreier (CS), Sang Min Han (ECE), Ankith Harathi (MAE), Li Wang (ORIE) and Alexa Wnorowski (BEE). More

Go team! The CU AirPower team, mentored by MAE Prof. Barthelmie,

moves into round 2 in the Airbus Fly Your Ideas competition. What an achievement! More

Three Violet Project Team students

attended Boeing's Engineers week and take first place in an airfoil competition. More

Cornell sinks teeth into four new MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

Dive into computational fluid dynamics, heat transfer, solid mechanics and finite element analysis in a hands-on introduction to engineering simulations with Rajesh Bhaskaran, senior lecturer and Swanson Director of Engineering Simulation, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. The course includes guest lecturers from the engineering industry. More

Cornell has become a partner

on the European Wind Energy Master program, joining 42 other organizations from around the world in support of wind energy teaching and research opportunities. More

Cornell Racing: Let's Go Faster

Cornell Racing is Cornell University’s Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) team that designs, manufactures, tests, and races a formula-style racecar. More

Sibley Graduate Research Symposium

SGRS keynote speaker for the 3/5-6/2015 conference is Veronica J. Santos. More

A Brief History of the Sibley College

and School of Mechanical Engineering at Cornell by Prof. Moon More

Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show plays Beer Pong

against the Jamming Gripper robot originally developed by John Amend at the Cornell Creative Machines Lab. More

Dmitry Savransky

From Mars to planets around other stars, Savransky has seen more of our universe than most of us ever will. More

Gemini Planet Imager (GPI) began

collecting data as part of a three year survey... More

Engineering World Health: Field Testing in Peru

Engineering World Health is a student run project team that aims to design and build low-cost medical devices for developing countries. More

CUAir: Help Us Soar Higher

CUAir is an interdisciplinary undergraduate student team which designs, builds, and tests an unmanned aerial system for an international competition. More

Cornell Engineering students volunteer at BookFest 2014

The theme of the festival was “Imagination”. The event was held at Ithaca’s Boynton Middle School on Saturday, November 8th. More

A tribute to Professor Ephrahim Garcia

in the latest issue of ASME Mechanicus. More

Olivier Desjardins, Asst. Prof. in video from

Stanford University Engineering Dept. 15th biennial summer program of the center for turbulence research. More

Erickson elected a Fellow of ASME.

To be recognized in the November issue of Mechanical Engineering Magazine. More

Co-op of the Year Award Recipients

announced by Cornell University College of Engineering. More

Wang elected to Fellowship

in the American Physical Society. Election to APS Fellowship is recognition by peers of outstanding contributions to physics. More

Bonassar recently named to the Board of Directors

of the International Society of Biofabrication. The board sets goals for the Society, including long range planning for scientific meetings. More

A Red Team, a Blue Team, and the White Rose

GNSS/GPS spoofing & detection aboard a superyacht... More

Prof. Emeritus K. K. Wang to be recognized

for 25 year NAE membership at their annual meeting in D.C. this weekend (Sept 28-29). It is also the organizations 50 year anniversary. More

Pepiot receives teaching award

from the College of Engineering. Perrine Pepiot was the winner of the John Swanson ’61 ME in honor of his mother, Dorothy G. Swanson award. More

There aren’t enough data scientists to go around—

unless you automate them. Alumnus Michael Schmidt - part of 35 Innovators Under 35. More

Alumnus Tuhin Sahai awarded the

Grainger Foundation Frontiers of Engineering (FOE) grant by the National Academy of Engineering. More

Harvard and Cornell researchers develop

soft robot capable of untethered, autonomous operation. More

Three prizes with strong Cornell connections

were awarded at the recent ASME International Design & Engineering technical conferences. More

PhD students Nathan Knerr and Nozomi Hitomi visit the falls

while at the ASME 2014 International Design & Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers & Information in Engineering Conference in Buffalo, NY. More

Singh named the 2014 Young Innovator

Cornell Engineering’s Ankur Singh is among 13 outstanding U.S. scientists recently recognized as 2014 Young Innovators in Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering. More

Students teach high school girls shop, leadership skills

ME Today: Designing a lamp may seem like a simple enterprise, but for Cornell's ASME student section, it served as a way to enlighten high school girls about the exhilaration of being an engineer and empower them to see that they can be successful in the profession. More

CUAIR takes 2nd overall

CUAIR took first in Flight/Mission and second place overall at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International’s 12th annual Student Unmanned Aerial Systems competition June 18-22 at Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Maryland. More

MAE Commencement Awards

2014 Senior Class Representative: Ahmed Salah Elsamadisi. 2014 Award Recipients are... More

Cornell Engineering Alumni hold special symposium

in honor of Prof. Francis Moon. Held at Michigan State University June 16, 2014. More

MAE Alumni breakfast held...

Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering was happy to see some of our alumni at a breakfast held in Upson Hall June 7th. More

MAE Commencement 2014

Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 2014 MAE Commencement videos on YouTube. More

Marjolein van der Meulen to Serve as New Department Chair

We are pleased to announce that Marjolein van der Meulen, the John Swanson Professor of Biomedical Engineering, has accepted to serve as the Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering for a five-year term starting July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2019. More

ASME Mechanicus Newsletter -

Check out the 2014 Spring Edition! More

Cornell Chapters of ASME and AIAA executive board members recognized

by the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for their contributions to the Sibley Community. More

The Undergraduate team of Jovanny Fuentes and Rehan Kaluarachchi

with their advisor Professor Garcia were awarded first place at the 2014 AIAA Region I Student Paper Conference. More

Hod Lipson to talk 3D printing

The next Coffee Hour Book Talk will feature Hod Lipson, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Friday, May 9, at 4:00 p.m. in the Carpenter Hall Library study space. Coffee and refreshments will be served. More

Recruiting Ushers for MAE Graduation Ceremony,

Bailey Hall, Sunday, May 25, 2014. More

MAE PhD student Malika Grayson

places 3rd at the Technical Research Exhibition Competition, Oral Session at National Society for Black Engineers Convention. More

Ahmed Elsamadisi, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2014,

will be serving as the Sibley School’s 2014 Senior Class Representative. He will be giving a speech in Bailey Hall at the MAE graduation ceremony on May 25, 2014. More

Wolfgang Sachse, Meinig Family Professor of Engineering

has won one of the four Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Prizes given by Cornell. More

While the kids are away, the staff will play 2014

This year, the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering were treated to a tour of CHESS (Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source) and bowling at Helen Newman Bowling Center on the Cornell Campus during Spring Break. More

Natali Vannoy B.S., M.E. '14 is a recipient

of The 2014 Merrill Presidential Scholars Award. Since 1988, the Merrill Presidential Scholars Program has honored Cornell University's most outstanding graduating seniors. More

Solar PCR: There's an App for That

Smartphones can forecast the weather, direct you to your next meeting, or entertain you during a long flight. But can they diagnose cancer? Find out... More

19 Incredibly Impressive Students at Cornell

These 19 students are building schools, companies, and new technologies that are shaping the future. More