On April 29, 2022, the two THINKER project teams gave presentations to Clemson and Greenville Technical College leaders. These presentations included lab demonstrations of the final project prototypes and one team also presented to industry partner, Magna. This was the culmination of a year-long collaborative effort between Clemson and Greenville Technical College students, including graduate students from multiple disciplines across Clemson.
- Clemson University Taking Part in the Most Influential Tech Event in the WorldSustainable by design prototype vehicle features circular economy concepts, novel uses for advanced materials, improved recyclability and low-impact operation. Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) will represent the Palmetto State at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), widely […] The post Clemson University Taking Part in the Most Influential Tech Event in the […]
- Deep Orange 11 to be showcased at Consumer Electronics ShowIt's the moment alumni of Deep Orange 11 has been waiting for: The concept car they designed and built will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show. The post Deep Orange 11 to be showcased at Consumer Electronics Show appeared first on Clemson News.
- Exemplary staff members honored by the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied SciencesOutstanding staff members from Clemson University’s largest college received awards on Dec. 13 for making a better work environment for their colleagues, helping their departments’ faculty members and having a positive impact on the student experience. Honorees received their awards […] The post Exemplary staff members honored by the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied […]
- AIM for Composites brings together the ‘best of the best’Part of what makes the new AIM for Composites Center at Clemson University stand out is the coast-to-coast multidisciplinary team that is coming together to develop what promises to be a transformational way of creating composite materials. While the center […] The post AIM for Composites brings together the ‘best of the best’ appeared first […]
- Clemson University selected for Energy Frontier Research CenterAIM for Composites could have a major long-term impact on how manufacturers in a wide range of industries create composite-material components that go into final products, such as cars and airplanes. The post Clemson University selected for Energy Frontier Research Center appeared first on Clemson News.
- Closing the skills gap in the manufacturing workforceThe faculty behind a Clemson University program that replicates the collaboration between engineers, technicians and other professionals in manufacturing plants has been a big success and could soon expand. The post Closing the skills gap in the manufacturing workforce appeared first on Clemson News.