Last week, a group of engineering students gathered in
a small room off of Professor Mario Garcia-Sanz’s office to watch one helicopter after another fly—and, they hoped, not crash and burn.
Each student took part in the extra-credit competition for Garcia-Sanz’s control engineering course: They designed a control algorithm that was then implemented in a helicopter model in front of the class. Some faltered, while others flourished.
In today’s computer processors, much of the power put into running the processor is being wasted.
A research team at Case Western Reserve University came up with a novel idea called fine-grained power gating, which saves power and money in a couple of ways: less energy would be used and less heat produced.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Five classmates at Case Western Reserve University won $9,000 Tuesday night. Now they're going to dump it into a hole.
The students intend to invest their prize money into patenting a pothole patch product that's ... well, basically a bag of goo. Their invention took first place -- and the hefty winner's check that goes with it -- in a science and engineering competition held on campus. One of the judges offered the students some advice while announcing their victory.
Take a tour of the Case School of Engineering's newest institute, think[box], whose mission is "To collaborate, to innovate, to create, to educate".
Joseph B. Richey II and A. Malachi Mixon III have made a $5 million gift to name a Richey-Mixon Building at the Case School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. The two longtime business collaborators built the Elyria, Ohio-based Invacare Corp. into the world’s top manufacturer of home medical products.