College of Engineering

Worth Repeating: Carbon-Neutral UConn

Clean energy research is a pillar of our academic mission at UConn, and clean energy living is our responsibility to the next generation.

Hydrogen fuel cells - alternative and clean source of energy.

Tech Park Getting Fuel Cell Upgrade

FuelCell Energy providing units to power entire Innovative Partnership Building.

UConn College of Engineering Graduate Programs Ranked Nationally

Rankings continue to be an important measurement of a program’s success and competitiveness, and a significant asset in attracting top faculty and new students

an escape room

Krenicki Student Building Portable AI Escape Room

Most people who play escape rooms are not there for the puzzles. They’re there for an interactive, immersive experience.

Two students in a digital simulation.

New Master’s For Digital Design and Manufacturing Innovators

Students can earn this degree remotely from anywhere in the world, offering an accessible path to advanced engineering education

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

CoE students at the rededication of the Pratt & Whitney Engineering Building, held in April

Discovering and Developing Hidden Engineering Talent

Governor’s Workforce Partnership Awards recognize business, education, community-based organizations, and the public sector who are working together to expand Connecticut’s workforce

Kazem Kazerounian and Robert Hotaling.

Nation’s Best Engineers Honored at UConn

The Academy honored its first Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Dean Kazem Kazerounian. He joined UConn in 1984 in teaching, and then began a 30-year path in leadership roles.

The waters of Lake Erie seem to glow green in this image taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite.

Using Machine Learning to Model Dead Zones in Lakes

Models like this will become increasingly important as the climate changes

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Reducing Big Rig Parking Problems

UConn is working with the state and federal Department of Transportation to develop an app that will find safe parking places for truckers