On April 22, 2022, THINKER students (including the Greenville Technical College participants) and the THINKER External Advisory Board members came together for a “Getting to Know You” luncheon at One Research Drive, 4th floor atrium. This marked the first time in two years that the two groups had a chance to interact in person. Board members in attendance were Jay Blankenship, Andy Henderson, Art Gay, Philip Kingsbury, and Kurt Goodwin, while Suzanne Kunz and Ben Amaba joined by Zoom.
- 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.
- New research will prepare Ph.D. students for leadership positions in auto industryA research project aimed at reducing the weight of an SUV while keeping costs down will provide Clemson University Ph.D. students with experience that will position them as leaders in the automotive industry. The students will be designing and making […] The post New research will prepare Ph.D. students for leadership positions in auto industry […]
- SUVs could soon go on a carbon-fiber dietSUVs tip the scales at about 4,000 pounds, but they could soon shed some weight with the help of a nationwide team led by a Clemson University automotive engineer. The team is launching new research aimed at knocking at least […] The post SUVs could soon go on a carbon-fiber diet appeared first on Clemson […]