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For Bomprezzi Both Engineering and Swimming Are All About Supermileage

Alessandro Bomprezzi

On February 20 UMass distance swimmer Alessandro Bomprezzi, a senior from Rome, Italy, in our Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, led the UMass Swimming Team to an Atlantic 10 Championship, aided and abetted by two other engineering majors. Bomprezzi has a couple of pressing ambitions in his young life as a Renaissance scholar/athlete. In the short term, Bomprezzi is ending his college swimming career with a powerful finish, while, in the long term, he’s working on revolutionizing automobile engine design.

Lutenegger Presents at ASCE Events

Dr. Lutenegger recently attended the ASCE Joint Geotechnical and Structural Engineering Congress held Feb. 11-17, 2016 in Phoenix, Az. He presented a paper at the Congress “Foundation Alternative for Ground-Mount Solar Panel Installations”.

More information about the Congress is available here.

Dr. Lutenegger will also give an invited lecture at the 40th Annual Iowa ASCE Geotechnical Conference in Ames, Iowa on March 8, 2016, entitled “Geotechnical Considerations for Design of Helical Piers”.

MIE Alumnus Is Member of Million-Dollar Team That Wins International “Robots for Good” Competition

Exoskeleton Team

Exoskeleton Team

UMass alumnus Mike McKinley, a graduate of our Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department, was part of a research team from the University of California at Berkeley and suitX (a California-based robotics company designing and manufacturing medical and industrial exoskeletons) which won the $1-million prize at the international “Robots for Good” competition in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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