The Spring 2021 THINKER Capstone course students presented their final project demonstrations in April 2021 to faculty and staff at Clemson University, Greenville Technical College, and Bosch Rexroth Corporation. The project teams, made up of graduate students from Clemson University and senior mechatronics students from Greenville Technical College’s Center for Manufacturing Innovation campus, worked together to solve current and future manufacturing problems. This semester’s topics included partially automating a small part kitting and bagging line to include a collaborative robot assisting workers in their tasks and machine health monitoring and diagnosis for legacy equipment and infrastructure. The class was based in the Clemson Vehicle Assembly Center, which serves as a proving ground for innovative manufacturing research in SC.
- Clemson University recognizes its newly tenured and promoted facultyAt the end of the Spring semester, the University announced the tenure and promotion of 139 faculty. Access details on each faculty member by visiting their linked information. Archives Tenure and promotion details for 2021 and 2020 are available. The post Clemson University recognizes its newly tenured and promoted faculty appeared first on Clemson News.
- Clemson’s Sonoco FRESH initiative awards three research grantsThe second annual Food, Packaging & Sustainability Summit hosted by Sonoco FRESH at Clemson University will focus on strategies to achieve sustainability targets. The FRESH Summit will be held September 19 – 21, 2022 at The Madren Conference Center in Clemson, South Carolina. The post Clemson’s Sonoco FRESH initiative awards three research grants appeared first […]
- Jeremiah Farmer recognized for outstanding support of graduate studentsJeremiah Farmer goes out of his way to help Clemson University’s automotive engineering students navigate graduate school, whether that means helping them find the library or get through the death of a loved one. Those were just a few of […] The post Jeremiah Farmer recognized for outstanding support of graduate students appeared first on […]
- Benjamin Lawler of Clemson University recognized for preparing engineers to meet society’s challengesBenjamin Lawler, an associate professor of automotive engineering, has won the Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award from SAE International. The post Benjamin Lawler of Clemson University recognized for preparing engineers to meet society’s challenges appeared first on Clemson News.
- Clemson, U.S. Army GVSC Expand Research Partnership for Next-Generation Autonomous VehiclesClemson University and the United States Army DEVCOM Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC) announced an additional $22 million for a research partnership aimed at developing innovative virtual prototyping tools for designing the next generation of on- and off-road vehicles. The post Clemson, U.S. Army GVSC Expand Research Partnership for Next-Generation Autonomous Vehicles appeared first on […]
- Cadence software boosts Clemson’s capabilities across campusComputational software leader, Cadence Design Systems, Inc. gives Clemson University students, faculty and staff the power to process with innovative technological offerings through new partnership. The post Cadence software boosts Clemson’s capabilities across campus appeared first on Clemson News.