Students Ashleigh Simonis and Alexander Hrabski are the 2022 NAME Leaders and Honors Award recipients by Michigan Engineering for their distinguished academic achievement.
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2022 Leaders and Honors Award Recipients
Professor Dong appointed Collegiate Professor of Engineering
Pingsha Dong has been appointed as the Robert F. Beck Collegiate Professor of Engineering effective March 1st, 2022 through February 28th, 2027.
Wenqing Zhou wins SAE Henry O. Fuchs Student Award
Ph.D. student Wenqing Zhou has been awarded the 2021 SAE Henry O. Fuchs Student Award by the SAE Fatigue Design Evaluation Committee for his Ph.D. thesis “Modeling of Welding-Induced Distortion Effects of Lightweight Shipboard Structures.”
New NAME chair aims to spark growth, convey the breadth of the discipline to new students
“NAME grads are responsible for building offshore structures, doing undersea pipelines, cabling, harbors. There’s just a huge breadth of influence.”
Professor Steven Ceccio honored by ASME
Steven Ceccio, the Vincent T. and Gloria M. Gorguze Professor of Engineering and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the University of Michigan College of Engineering, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Fluids Engineering Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
David Dowling receives ASME Per Bruel Gold Medal
EXPERTS: David Dowling received the ASME Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics “for the pioneering development of novel and robust techniques for remote focusing of acoustic waves, and remote localization and characterization of sound sources in complicated, noisy and imperfectly known environments.” The medal recognizes eminent achievement and extraordinary merit in the […]
Delivery robots help Ann Arbor restaurants weather COVID
U-M startup says robotic food deliveries have quadrupled.
Jing Sun named National Academy of Inventors Fellow
Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering Department Chair Jing Sun has been named to the 2018 class of Fellows for the National Academy of Inventors.
David Dowling named interim chair of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department
Professor David Dowling assumes the role of interim chair of the Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering department
‘Solving for equity’: A Michigan Robotics course flips the script on engineering ed
ASEE Prism magazine explores how linear algebra could level the playing field.
Yulin Pan recipient of 2020-2021 NAME Outstanding Faculty Award
Assistant Professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering has been named the 2020-2021 NAME Department Outstanding Faculty recipient
Former Chief Naval Architect of US Navy wins 2020 Alumni Medal
Distinguished Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering alumnus, Robin White, is honored by the Michigan Engineering Alumni Board.
New associate deans of academic affairs and research named
Steve Ceccio and Eric Michielssen’s leadership will continue to guide the College forward.
Robin White receives Michigan Engineering’s highest honor as 2020 Alumni Medal awardee
Distinguished Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering alumnus, Robin White, is honored by the Michigan Engineering Alumni Board Each year, Michigan Engineering honors distinguished alumni as part of Homecoming Weekend. This year, Robin P. White (NAME BSE 1982) has been selected by a committee of alumni and faculty members as the recipient of the […]
Maki to take over as Director of Marine Hydro Lab
EXPERTS: Effective June 1, 2020, Richard B. Couch Development Professor of Marine Hydrodynamics Kevin Maki will take over as Director for the Aaron Friedman Marine Hydrodynamics Lab. After more than three years of dedicated and passionate service, Julie Young has decided to move on to focus on research, teaching, and services that are important to […]
Ship design prize goes to space research vessel, Oceanus
The senior capstone final ship design project is a long-held rite of passage for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering students, but this year when COVID changed the status quo, Associate Professor Matthew Collette and his NA 475 students were able to adjust quickly and create a new way to preserve an old tradition