Arron Melvin ’01 *07 raced cars before coming to Princeton, and as a mechanical and aerospace engineering major, he found he had a knack for understanding the science of what makes cars go fast — fields such as fluid mechanics and aerodynamics.
Professor Naomi Leonard will be honored for her research in the field of cooperative control of autonomous vehicles.
Prof Edgar Choueiri was invited by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra to do a 3D audio recording of the orchestra performing Beethoven's 9th symphony under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle. The recording took place on October 10th at the Berlin Philharmonie using a special 3D microphone developed at MAE's 3D3A Laboratory.
Professor Emily A. Carter is the recipient of the 2015-16 Joseph O. Hirschfelder Prize in Theoretical Chemistry.
Four Nobel Prize winners are among the honorees. She is the first female scientist and first professor at Princeton University to receive this prestigious honor.
Matthew Edwards, a third-year doctoral candidate, came away with the top prize during this year’s Research Day event by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
The Forum will feature Professor Emeritus Robert. H. Socolow and MAE alum Dr. Wesley L Harris who have been engaged with the project since its inception in a moderated discussion of the Challenges today.
Read about Professor Mike Littman’s recent collaboration with the University of Virginia, the Smithsonian and Sutherland Middle School
The University of Dayton has named Eric Spina the 19th president of the university and the second lay leader in its 165-year history.
This summer, MAE welcomed 13 undergraduate summer interns across seven faculty research labs. The department also hosted 5 high school students under the Office of the Dean for Research Laboratory Learning Program.
Professional Specialist Andrey Starikovskiy take on physics and chemistry of plasma-assisted combustion
Three members of an independent multinational body that analyzes issues related to nuclear disarmament, arms control, and nonproliferation share their views.
Professor Michael Littman was awarded The Distinguished Teaching Award at this years 2015 Class day ceremony. This award recognizes a sustained record of excellence in teaching our students, and in making contributions to our education mission. Here, “teaching our students” is defined in a broad sense to include instruction of undergraduate and graduate students. Similarly, “contributions to our education mission” is also defined in a broad sense to incl
We are pleased to announce the following fellowship awards to two MAE students.
Professor Michael Mueller named the recipient of the Graduate Mentoring Award from the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and Graduate School. The award will be officially bestowed during the Graduate School’s hooding ceremony on June 1, 2015. Congratulations!