mechanical engineering

Smiling man in the left side of the photo in a fall setting

Humans of the U: Omid Atlaschian

This international student received the inaugural recipient of the International Student Council Scholarship and has encouraging words for others.


Humans of the U: Tyler Divilio

Nothing gets in Tyler’s way on the slopes.


Bionic breakthrough

U mechanical engineering assistant professor Tommaso Lenzi received two grants to further advance the “Utah Bionic Leg” technology, a self-powered prosthetic limb with a computer processor and motorized joints in the ankle and knee that enable an amputee to walk with more power and vigor, as well as better balance.


Humans of the U: Kristen Carter

Although challenging at times, returning to school at the U feels like coming home.


REACHING THE BREAKING POINT

U engineer says new study forces researchers to rethink how elderly break their bones.


U SHOWCASING FOUR NOVEL TECHNOLOGIES AT CES

Technologies on display at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, range from smart lenses to an improved movement controller to aid quadriplegics.