Company Turns to Researchers at UNT Zero Energy Lab to Study Harvesting Power of its new Wind Turbine. For the full story please click here.
MEE’s Senior Design program is the culmination of the undergraduate MEE degree program where seniors are able to apply their engineering knowledge and showcase their abilities through the completion of challenging, real-world design problems. The program is made up of a two-semester course sequence.
The completion of the Zero Energy Research Laboratory at the University of North Texas will give students and researchers the tools to study the next generations of sustainable and renewable energy technologies.
A MEE team has been selected as one of the top three winners from the North American Region (USA and Canada) in the 2015 International Student Safety Technology Design Competition . As a result, the team have been invited to the final global competition in Sweden in June 2015! The team is consisted of MEE students Travis Beamon, Holly Gage, Celena Lipscomb, Leannah Nichols, and faculty advisor Dr. Xun Yu. They are designing a new type of motorcycle helmet that is integrated with crash detection and airbag system, aiming to decrease motorcyclist fatalities.
Congratulation to the AD ASTRA team for placing 2nd top overall team at the NASA Texas Space Grant Consortium Design Challenge for their Novel Air Revitalization Approach design project.
Team AD Astra:
Rudy Nagasimha (Team leader)
Faculty Advisor is Dr. Kyle Horne, Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Energy Engineering
Mentored by Joe Chambliss, NASA JSC
Mechanical and Energy Engineering faculty and staff would like to congratulate all of our Spring 2015 MEEN graduates!
The Mayor and City Council Business Awards Breakfast was held on September 11, 2015 at UNT Apogee Stadium Club Level’s Hub Club. It serves as an opportunity for City departments, the Economic Development Partnership Board, Downtown Task Force and our higher education partners of UNT, TWU and NCTC to thank and recognize businesses with whom they have partnered in significant and beneficial ways.