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Dr. Kazempoor Receives $1.8 M+ Grant for Natural Gas Project
  In January, Dr. Pejman Kazempoor received a grant to start work on his natural gas project titled, "Low-Cost Retrofit Kit for Integral Reciprocating Compressors (IRCs) t (More)
CellScale Biomaterials Testing Features Dr. Lee and His Publications
Dr. Chung-Hao Lee's publications were featured in a recent newsletter by CellScale Biomaterials Testing for his work with the CellScale BioTester. The publications (More)
Dr. Song collaborates with OG&E to bring you smarter HVAC systems
The following article was released by OG&E in a recent newsletter. Are you smarter than your HVAC? In the near future, it may be a toss-up If University of Oklahoma College of Engineering professor Li Song and OG&E Supervisor of Customer (More)
AME Professors Join Colleagues to Discuss the Big 12 Engineering Consortium
AME faculty Li Song and Takumi Hawa recently joined a group of faculty from engineering schools throughout the Big 12 at the San Diego Naval Base i (More)
Seeing the Symphony AME: Professor Rong Gan Tackles Hearing Loss
Rethinking Hearing Loss University faculty and researchers generally garner recognition for their work in the form of awards, research grants (More)
Here's to You, Dr. Bert
Dr. Bert and many other former and current f (More)
Dr. Gollahalli Named AIAA Fellow
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics recently announced that S.R. Gollahalli, AME professor, Lesch Centennial Chair and forme (More)
Fall 2012 Letter from the Director
This year brings exciting changes to the AME family. We have two new staff members.  Rebecca Norris, my new assistant, has taken the position held by Lawana Dillard for ne (More)
Promotions and Tenure: Congratulations Faculty
Congratulations to AME faculty members who were promoted and who received tenure! Peter Attar, Ph.D. - Aerospace Engineering Promoted to associate professor and received tenure (More)
AME Director Wins Award
AME Director and LA Comp Chair Farrokh Mistree’s passion is to have fun while providing an opportunity for his students to learn how to define and achieve their drea (More)
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