First-year mechanical engineering students at Johns Hopkins take their design skills for a spin in annual competition that challenges them to use basic supplies to complete a complex task.
Study sheds light on how animals use active sensing behaviors to navigate the world around them.
Gregory Hager and K.T. Ramesh are both faculty members in the Whiting School of Engineering.
HYPER-Melt device analyzes small volumes of fluids, detecting genetic and epigenetic changes more efficiently and cost-effectively than other devices currently on the market.
Mechanical Engineering PhD student Aditya Aiyer was recently featured by Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) for his research on the dynamics between oil droplets and turbulent flows.
Farshid Alambeigi, a PhD candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, was recently named a 2019 Siebel Scholar, an annual award that recognizes nearly 100 of the top graduate students nationwide in business, bioengineering, computer science, and energy science programs.
Mechanical engineer Jeff Wang and physician Charlotte Gaydos will oversee the development of a tool to detect the presence and severity of infections like gonorrhea.
MechE Force is an e-newsletter distributed to students, alumni, and friends of the JHU Mechanical Engineering Department. We recently published our Winter 2018 issue, which can be found in its entirety by clicking here. In this issue: A message from Professor Gretar Tryggvason, Mechanical Engineering Department Head Features An Electric Finding Noah Cowan and his […]
Welcome to the Fall 2018 issue of MechE Force. I am pleased to share with you a snapshot of our many activities and accomplishments in the last several months. This is truly an exciting time here in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The fall semester always brings new faces – this year, we welcome 57 undergraduates and […]