(Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems) "Controlling the Nucleation and Growth of Water Using Hybrid Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Surfaces"
Congrats to all the LMP student winners! Each winner received a cash reward and a copy of SolidWorks, Student Edition, compliments of SolidWorks. These awards are structured to recognize ingenuity and creativity in mechanical engineering.
Undergraduate Design Award:
Josh Siegel, "Wearable Non-Contact AC Voltage Detector"
Raymond Ma and Edward Sung, "Flexure-Based Device for Measuring Ankle Torque and Power Output"
Graduate Science Awards:
Jon Hopkins & Robert Panas
"Design of Multi-DOF Compliant Transmission Elements via FACT"
"Carbon Nanotube-Based Piezoresistive MEMS Sensors"
Audience Email Competition
Maria Telleria, NSF Fellowship, "Design and Development of Cylindrical Compliant Mechanisms"
Adam Paxson, NSF Fellowship, "Enhanced Condensation Heat Transfer from Nanoengineered Surfaces"
Christopher Love, NSF Fellowship, "Durable Nanoengineered Surfaces for Applications in Energy, Water, and Agriculture"
Fernando Tubilla, Legatum Fellowship, Software Development and Consulting Company in Manufacturing Operations, Aimed at Small and Medium-Scale Factories in Mexico"
Sourabh Saha, Martin Fellow for 2010-2011, Adding energy considerations in the control/design of nanomanufacturing systems
Assistant Professor Kripa Varanasi wins grant from the National Science Foundation.
Matthew Dirckx and Eehern Wong were part of the MIT team that won the Software in Design Innovation Award from the Institution of Engineering and Technology on November 25. Read more.
In a recent visit to MIT, President Obama met with LMP Faculty member Professor Alexander Slocum, who demonstrated an Offshore Renewable Energy Systems (ORES). Read more.
Orian Welling, a senior in mechanical engineering, has been awarded a full scholarship for graduate study at the University of Cambridge, England, by the Gates Cambridge Trust.
The LMP held the 2009 Manufacturing Summit April 23 & 24.
Our support team was awarded an Infinite Mile Award for Excellence.
The grant will fund Professor Buonassisi's low-cost crystalline silicon photovoltaics project.
Professor Gutowski talks about estimating carbon footprints on last week's Science Friday. Listen to the show!
A powerful new tool to calculate a master production schedule for situations relating to make-to-stock manufacturing.
To celebrate this landmark anniversary, the LMP hosted several special events during the second annual MIT Manufacturing Summit, held September 27-28th, 2007.
See photos from the LMP Holiday Brunch, December 14th in the Given Lounge.
Professor Emanuel Sachs was awarded a Future Generation Photovoltaic Devices and Processes grant. Read the article.
LMP Graduate Students organize a new seminar series to showcase their work. Read the article.
The Auto-ID Labs' work with Phillip Morris International's track-and-trace systems was featured in the RFID Journal this month. Read the article.
Registration is now open for the MIT Manufacturing Summit! Learn more about the Summit and the LMP's 30th Anniversary, see the preliminary schedule or register now!
The Auto-ID Labs SAP Electronic Product Code project was featured on eWEEK.com, the website of the technology-focused publication eWEEK. Read the article.