Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Tall talent

Wright State senior Tony Carpenetti was drawn to mechanical engineering because it includes the design and manufacturing of machines. Continue reading

Vehicular verve

Wright State engineering students break down USS Enterprise, Millennium Falcon and other fictional vehicles as part of class project

College of Engineering and Computer Science students gave presentations on how they would manufacture popular fictional vehicles. Continue reading

Wright State Robotics Club to compete in NASA Robotic Mining Competition

Five Wright State engineering and computer science students will participate NASA’s Robotic Mining Competition at the Kennedy Space Center. Continue reading

Wright State biomedical researchers selected to present invention at prestigious statewide forum

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao

Wright State researchers will seek funding and feedback for their revolutionary medical device that could eliminate the need for radiation-emitting X-rays in certain procedures. Continue reading

Wright State faculty honored for excellence in classroom, research and community

Each year Wright State recognizes select faculty members for their outstanding work in the classroom and for excellence in research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement. Continue reading

College of Engineering and Computer Science prepares for Senior Design Showcase

The College of Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Showcase takes place April 29 from 2 to 4 p.m., followed by an awards ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Continue reading

Acculturation modules big hit at College of Engineering and Computer Science

When they first arrive at Wright State’s College of Engineering and Computer Science, many international students face challenges other students usually never encounter. Continue reading

Wright State’s Sharmila Mukhopadhyay named prestigious Jefferson Science Fellow

Sharmila Mukhopadhyay, director of Wright State’s Center for Nano-Scale Multifunctional Materials, will help formulate and implement U.S. foreign policy. Continue reading

Walking his own path

Wright State student Roberto Clemente may share a name with his famous relative, but his story is much more than baseball

Although Wright State student Roberto Clemente is related to the Hall of Fame outfielder of the same name, his story is about much more than baseball. Continue reading

Engineers Club of Dayton to welcome another Wright State engineering researcher to historic “Barn Gang”

Mike Raymer, professor of computer science and engineering, is the latest engineering researcher to join the so-called “Barn Gang” at the Dayton Engineers Club. Continue reading