- Mike McAlpine receives 2014 Director’s New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health. Congratulations!See the NIH webpage and the Princeton webpage for the full story
- Eli Harari, one of our former PhD students, and a long-time member of our advisory council, was named today a recipient of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
- Robert Socolow, a Princeton professor, emeritus, of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and co-author Steven Davis, a professor of earth system science at the UC-Irvine, develop a "commitment accounting" that assigns all the future emissions of a facility to the year when it begins working.
- Nominee Is A Licensed Pilot With Long Public Service Record
The Crocco Colloquium is named in honor of one of MAE's most famous scholars, Dr. Luigi Crocco, who joined Princeton's fledgling Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department as the first Goddard Professor of Jet Propulsion in September of 1949. He made seminal and classic contributions to various branches of aerodynamics, and enriched the experience of generations of students and colleagues with his teaching, vision, and scientific acumen. The Crocco Colloquium is recognized by many people in
Friday, October 10th, MAE Seminar Speaker, Prof. Sumita Pennathur, University of California Santa Barbara
Micro and nanofluidic technologies provide revolutionary opportunities to separate, identify and analyze biomolecular species. The coupled physics unique to nanofluidic systems allow for separations based on different analyte properties, including charge, size, conformation, hydrophobicity, and mass.