The two winners are: Mr. Michael Remke and Mr. John Pucek. These two applications were ranked highest by the MIE UG Student Advisory Board and confirmed by the MIE UG Faculty Committee. We thank all the applicants for their efforts. We also thank the UGSAB for carefully reviewing the applications.

  • Mr. Remke’s project is entitled: “Computation Fluid Dynamic Analysis of a Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine”
  • Mr. Pucek’s project is entitled: “Microphone Emulation”


Through the generosity of Northrop Grumman, we are pleased to announce two undergraduate scholarships to be awarded Spring 2005. Two undergraduate students from the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering will be awarded $1500 each. The scholarship will be based on academic standing, extra curricular activity, and a proposed undergraduate research project (ME392) for Fall 2005 or Spring 2006. The students selected for the scholarship will be expected to present their research findings in Spring 2006 at Northrop Grumman as a short presentation. Students in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering programs are eligible for this award.

Interested students should submit a signed ME392 form and a one-page application describing items listed above. Students must have an ME392 faculty advisor already selected in order to apply. Students should describe highlights of the grades and describe how this undergraduate research projects fits with their career goals. In addition to $1500, $500 will be also available for each student for research references, materials, or conference fees/travel costs related to the research project. (8.5×11 sheet of paper, typed with one-inch margins all around, and 12pt font). Clarity and novelty of the research project will be important in evaluating the student’s application. Applications will be ranked by the MIE UG Student Advisory Board and ultimately selected by the faculty MIE Undergraduate Committee. Applications must be received in the MIE main office (Ms. Veronica Rodriguez, Undergraduate Coordinator) before 4pm, April 11 th. Awards will be announced April 15 th, 2005.


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