THINKER students are continuing work on two projects this semester: one focusing on an IoT implementation, and another developing sensors for verifying component connections in automotive assembly. Students in the THINKER program have the ability to collaborate with Clemson’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing and the Center for Manufacturing Innovation at Greenville Technical College.
- Robert Prucka of Clemson University elected fellow of SAE InternationalA Clemson University professor who is internationally renowned for mentoring automotive engineering students and for his scholarship in advanced engine control has earned one of his profession’s highest honors. Robert Prucka, the Alan Kulwicki Professor of Motorsports Engineering, is among […] The post Robert Prucka of Clemson University elected fellow of SAE International appeared first […]
- Lithium-ion battery fires are a growing public safety concern − here’s how to reduce the riskClemson scientists who study energy generation, storage and conversion, and automotive engineering have a strong interest in the development of batteries that are energy-dense and safe. The post Lithium-ion battery fires are a growing public safety concern − here’s how to reduce the risk appeared first on Clemson News.
- Shunyu Liu’s pioneering work in 3D-printing metals shows promise for supercharging U.S. manufacturingBy using computer simulations and real-world tests, Shunyu Liu is shaping the future of how industries manufacture and use metal parts while molding the next generation of manufacturing leadership. The post Shunyu Liu’s pioneering work in 3D-printing metals shows promise for supercharging U.S. manufacturing appeared first on Clemson News.
- New library at CU-ICAR celebrates openingClemson Libraries celebrated the grand opening of its new branch library in the automotive engineering department at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, August 30. The post New library at CU-ICAR celebrates opening appeared first on Clemson News.
- Clemson University students debut autonomous off-road vehicle with far-reaching impact for natural disaster reliefTo expedite the delivery of supplies and to gather real-time data for emergency responders, Clemson University students at the International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, S.C. developed an off-road reconnaissance and relief vehicle that can navigate all on its own. The post Clemson University students debut autonomous off-road vehicle with far-reaching impact for […]
- Clemson Libraries new CU-ICAR branch wins SAE International competitionThe branch library at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is less than a year old, but it is already making a difference for automotive engineering students and faculty in Greenville. It has also already won a competition hosted by SAE International. The newest Clemson Libraries branch recently won the SAE Mobilus […]