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Keane receives Jimmie Hamilton/Frank Law Awards from American Society of Naval Engineers

Keane receives Jimmie Hamilton/Frank Law Awards from American Society of Naval Engineers

Robert J Keane, Jr. (NAME MSE ’70) has received multiple awards from the American Society of Naval Engineers
NAME alumni awarded at 2019 SNAME Maritime Convention

NAME alumni awarded at 2019 SNAME Maritime Convention

Multiple prominent NAME alumni have been named awardees for this year’s SNAME Maritime Convention.
Visintainer of Ford Motor named 2019 NAME Alumni Merit Awardee

Visintainer of Ford Motor named 2019 NAME Alumni Merit Awardee

Randal (Randy) Visintainer has been named the 2019 Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Alumni Department Merit Awardee.
NAME student team takes 2nd place in ship design competition

NAME student team takes 2nd place in ship design competition

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering students to be honored at the 2019 SNAME Maritime Convection for their design of an Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel.
Katherine Skinner joins NAME department as Assistant Professor

Katherine Skinner joins NAME department as Assistant Professor

Katherine Skinner has accepted the offer of Assistant Professor and will join the faculty in September of 2021.
Beloved NAME department chair, T Francis Ogilvie, passes away

Beloved NAME department chair, T Francis Ogilvie, passes away

Thomas (T.) Francis Ogilvie, beloved department chair from 1974-1981, passed away on March 30, at the age of 89.
Jing Sun Elected IFAC Fellow

Jing Sun Elected IFAC Fellow

Jing Sun, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department Chair, has been elected a Fellow of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC).
How donors are enabling research

How donors are enabling research

With formidable challenges and the future changing fast, NAME aims to stay adaptable.
Students test Polynesian canoe models in the UM wave tank

Students test Polynesian canoe models in the UM wave tank

Fifth graders from Brick Elementary School visited the Marine Hydrodynamics Lab to test their Hōkūleʻa styled canoe models in the Wind Wave tank.
Teaching self-driving cars to predict pedestrian movement

Teaching self-driving cars to predict pedestrian movement

Data gleaned from cameras and sensors increases predictive accuracy.