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MIE’s Nonnenmann Wins Coveted COE Outstanding Teaching Award

Stephen Nonnenmann

Stephen Nonnenmann

Professor Stephen Nonnenmann of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department was one of two winners of the UMass College of Engineering Outstanding Teaching Award for 2019. The other winner was Professor John Tobiason of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. Both of these highly accomplished teachers, researchers, and academics have made a lasting impact on the education of the engineering workforce for many years to come.

Nonnenmann Garners CAREER Award for Project on Energy Conversion and Storage Applications

Stephen Nonnenmann

Stephen Nonnenmann

Stephen Nonnenmann of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department has received a grant from the prestigious NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program. Nonnenmann’s CAREER research will focus on energy conversion and storage applications.

As Nonnenmann explains, many energy conversion and storage applications require chemical reactions along some critical surface or interface to effectively operate.

Business West Gives a Lot of Great Publicity to ADDFab Lab

Sundar Krishnamurty

Sundar Krishnamurty

In a long feature article by Joseph Bednar, published on February 19, Business West sang the praises of the Advanced Digital Design & Fabrication Lab, or ADDFab for short — one of 31 “core facilities” in the Institute for Applied Life Sciences at UMass Amherst. Professor Sundar Krishnamurty, the head of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, is also the co-director of the ADDFab and contributed mightily to the Business West article.

MIE Alum Shittu Gets $500,000 NSF CAREER Award

Ekundayo Shittu

Ekundayo Shittu

Alumnus Ekundayo Shittu, who is currently on the faculty of the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at George Washington University (GWU) in the District of Columbia, has been awarded a five-year, $500,000, Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program grant from the National Science Foundation. His CAREER project is titled “Adaptive Investments into Resilient Electricity Infrastructure Systems.” At UMass, Dr. Shittu was a Ph.D. student of Professor Erin Baker in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department.

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