U Alumni Inducted into SIGGRAPH Academy

Eight University of Utah computer science alum were inducted into the SIGGRAPH Academy.


Artificial Heart Pioneer Dies

U biomedical engineering Professor Emeritus Don. B. Olsen, who worked with artificial heart team, passed away.


Remaking Electronics

Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon was awarded close to $2 million for projects for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s new Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI) “Page 3” programs.


Mascaro is an American Ninja Warrior

Mechanical engineering associate professor Stephen Mascaro lived out a dream to appear on "American Ninja Warrior."


Dizzying Sounds

U biomedical engineering researchers have learned why some experience dizziness when they hear certain sounds.


Summer 2018 COE Newsletter

The COE summer 2018 newsletter is now out. Click to read it.


Bruce Gale Becomes ME Chair

Professor Bruce Gale has become the new chair of the U's Department of Mechanical Engineering.


Researchers Receive DOE Grant for Center

The College of Engineering has received a $10.75 million grant to create an Energy Frontier Research Center.


COE Hosts ASEE Annual Conference

College of Engineering hosts the ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition at the Salt Palace.


Exploring Engineering 2018

High school students participated in this year's Exploring Engineering summer camp.


Fun at Hi-GEAR Camp

High school students from Utah and Nevada attended the annual Hi-GEAR engineering summer camp.


U Gets $140M Grant for Geothermal Research

University of Utah engineers receive grant for geothermal laboratory in Milford City, Utah.


U Among Top 100 Universities

The University of Utah is among the top 100 universities in the world.


Robotics Team Garners Awards

The University of Utah’s Utah Student Robotics (USR) team wins two awards at NASA Robotic Mining Challenge.


Power to the People

Masood Parvania is building a laboratory to develop technology that would help communities get their power back online faster in an outage.


Brown Receives Rosenblatt Prize

COE Dean Richard B. Brown was honored with the Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence, the U’s highest faculty accolade.


Live Broadcast of COE Convocation Ceremony

We will broadcast the 2018 College of Engineering Convocation Ceremony live this Friday at 4:30 p.m.


Larry DeVries Retires

Distinguished Professor K.L. DeVries (Larry) capped off his 55-year career at the University of Utah with a retirement celebration.


The Road Less Traveled

Civil and environmental engineering class will release traffic study on Little Cottonwood Canyon.


COE Faculty Honored

Five COE faculty members received the Career Services Faculty Recognition Award.


Pershing returns to the College of Engineering

David W. Pershing returns to the College of Engineering after six years as U president.


New “Living Laboratory”

U researchers will build a new test bed for mobile and wireless communications research.


Chemical Engineering Team to Demo Air Quality Sensors

Professors Tony Butterfield and Kerry Kelly have been selected to demonstrate their pollution sensors at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.


Rio Tinto ME Building Gets the Gold

The Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building has achieved a LEED Gold certification after the building’s latest upgrade – the installation of a solar panel array on the roof.


ME Students Design Sitski for Paralympian

A team of University of Utah mechanical engineering students designed and built a sitski for U.S. paralympic athlete Sean Halsted.