Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Department News

Baja Team Places at the Top in Maryland

Baja SAE is an intercollegiate competition, sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers, where students design, build, test, and race an off-road vehicle.  National competitions are held every summer, where teams from every state and countries around the world put their vehicles through rigorous events. The goal of the competition is to give real world experience in design, manufacturing and marketing through the production of an off-road vehicle.  

EMAE members supervised by Umut Gurkan selected as finalist for the Student Technology Prize for Primary Health Care

EMAE student team has been chosen as one of the 10 finalists for the Student Technology Prize for Primary Health Care, a national and highly selective competition seeking innovations that have a substantial potential to support the improved delivery of care at the frontlines of medicine.

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CWRU student entrepreneur to be recognized at White House event May 11

Felipe Gomez del Campo V, a junior double majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Case Western Reserve University, will be among a group of emerging entrepreneurs recognized by President Obama at a White House event on Monday, May 11.

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Best Poster Award for Mustafa Unal from Prof. Ozan Akkus Lab

MAE graduate student Mustafa Unal's poster entitled “A Novel Method to Assess Bone Quality” was selected as one of the best posters in Northeast Ohio Musculoskeletal Research Retreat on Saturday, April 25, 2015 organized by CWRU Department of Orthopaedic. His poster was among top 3 posters in PhD level competition.

Dr. Jaikrishnan Kadambi Wins ASME Fluids Engineering Division Award

Dr. Jaikrishnan Kadambi, Professor and Associate Chair of mechanical and aerospace engineering, is the recipient of the ASME Fluids Engineering Division’s “2015 Sankaraiyer Gopalakrishnan-Flowserve Pump Technology Award”. 

A National Recognition for Mousa Younesi from Prof. Ozan Akkus Lab

MAE graduate student Mousa Younesi’s, paper entitled “Mesenchymal Stem Cell Pellet Delivery Platform for Functional Repair of Cartilage” was designated as an outstanding contribution to the Society For Biomaterials’ 2015 Annual Meeting. 

Locomotion Challenges

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering graduate student, Lauren Smith, assembles one of her tri-wheel mechanisms in NASA Glenn’s Innovations Lab. Smith is working at Glenn to solve locomotion challenges on search and rescue vehicles. Her unique gearing system also has applications for extraterrestrial robots.