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Faculty, staff, and students from UConn's Connecticut Manufacturing Simulation Center (CMSC) visited engineers at Aero Gear, Inc. on May 29 to discuss their ongoing collaboration. CMSC offers small Connecticut manufacturing businesses with free technical support and specialized machining processes and simulations.  

Connecticut Manufacturing Simulation Center Offers Technical Advising to Small Businesses

CMSC promotes innovation and economic development through modeling and simulation work while teaching the next-generation workforce advanced computing and simulation skills

The UConn Formula SAE team examines their vehicle during the competition at Michigan International Speedway.  

Driven to Succeed: UConn Formula SAE Makes History with 4th Place Win

The annual competition, organized by SAE International, challenges students to conceive, design, fabricate, develop, and compete with high performance "formula" vehicles

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Engineering Students Share Yearlong Research Projects During Senior Design Demo Day

Through their Senior Design projects, students work to solve real-world engineering problems while learning valuable skills

Jeffrey McCutcheon is the General Electric Professor in Advanced Manufacturing in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. 

McCutcheon Uses Membrane Technologies to Engineer a Cleaner Future

This month, the North American Membrane Society (NAMS) is honoring College of Engineering Professor Jeffrey McCucheon for his outstanding contributions to the field of membrane science

The Collaboratory for Biomedical and Bioengineering Innovation opened April 2 with a symposium and poster session.

College of Engineering Launches New Collaboratory for Biomedical and Bioengineering Innovation

Biomedical and bioengineering researchers at UConn and UConn Health will work together to invent, develop, and establish new interdisciplinary collaborations outside their existing research networks

UConn Engineers Without Borders group

UConn’s Engineers Without Borders Hosts Northeast Regional Conference

Students learned how other EWB chapters in the Northeast are helping communities around the world solve problems

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Graduate Students Share Research, Network with Peers at UConn’s Sustainability Summit

The inaugural summit, hosted by the College of Engineering's Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2), brought together students from various disciplines within C2E2 and across at least five engineering departments and schools

Department of Energy grant

UConn Awarded $4.5M DOE Grant to Benefit Grid Reliability for Transmission and Distribution Systems

The project team will create open-source data visualization tools to display information about renewable energy sources and distributed energy resources

EWB in Peru

UConn Engineers Without Borders Use Skillsets to Help Communities Find Longterm Solutions to Worldwide Problems

On March 24, UConn Engineers Without Borders will host the 2024 Northeast Regional Conference, offering poster and technical sessions, professional development, and hands-on trainings

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UConn to Assist Connecticut Farmers with Innovative Projects

With support of a USDA grant, students and faculty from UConn’s College of Engineering and College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources will help farmers design and implement innovative tools to better their farming practices.