Nebraska engineers harness heat to power computers of future
Instead of combatting the heat that is detrimental to computers, University of Nebraska-Lincoln mechanical and materials engineers Sidy Ndao and Mahmoud Elzouka have embraced it as an alternative energy source and created a thermal diode that would allow computing at ultra-high temperatures.
BSE student team helps John Deere take air out of hydraulics problemA team of biological systems engineering students is taking inspiration from race-car engines and using 3-D printing technology to help John Deere prevent air bubbles from damaging an oil filter in one of its tractors.• Senior Design Showcase
Designing a patient lift device gives BSE students lesson in engineering process
Helping a Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital in Omaha find a better way to assist patients off of an X-ray table was a challenge for a team of biological systems engineering students that also taught a valuable lesson about the engineering process.
Creators. Innovators. Difference-Makers
Innovative, creative engineering projects developed by Nebraska Engineering seniors will be on full display at the annual college's Senior Design Showcase April 21, 2017. See how our engineering students are working to change our world and improve lives.