Justin Koeln recognized on the “List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students” for teaching ME 320 Heat Transfer in Spring 2016.
The ARG welcomes Sunny Sharma from Rice University and Spencer Igram from SunStar Laboratories.
The ARG welcomes Sarah Garrow from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
ARG Ph.D. candidate Herschel Pangborn was awarded Best Presentation in Session at the 2016 American Controls Conference.
After originally receiving an honorable mention, Malia Kawamura’s application was reconsidered and she was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Malia Kawamura received an honorable mention from the National Science Foundation for her Graduate Research Fellowship proposal on information driven energy systems.
Ashley Armstrong co-founded a new MechSE outreach group, ENVISION, that introduces children to the joys of engineering! Another ARG member, Malia, acted as the Events Chair. Learn more about ENVISION.
Herschel Pangborn was featured on the Engineering at Illinois YouTube page as a part of a series called “Meet our Graduate Students.” His debut can be found at the link below. Meet Herschel
ARG member Ashley Armstrong was one of the organizers for the successful NanoSTRuCT outreach program, where graduate students go to Booker T. Washington Elementary school several times a semester to teach a class on different STEM related topics. ARG members Malia and Bryan volunteered as well, giving us a pretty strong presence in the program! […]
At the first GraMS sponsored graduate research expo, Matthew Williams took second place for his research, titled “Hierarchical Control for Dynamic Energy Management.” More information can be found by following the link below. GRaMS Research Expo (Williams pictured on right)
- Bryan Keating Recognized for Research
- Oyuna Angatkina Passed Her Qualifying Exam
- Ashley Armstrong Featured in MechSE Article
- Ashley Armstrong Wins Humanitarian Award
- ARG Singapore Collaboration Recognized
- Spencer Igram Receives an Honorable Mention for his NSF Fellowship Application
- Herschel Pangborn presents an “Introduction to Controls” for POETS
- Nate Weir Passed his Qualifying Exam
- Matthew Williams passed his Preliminary Exam
- Justin Koeln successfully defends his PhD thesis