Lieutenant Spencer Shabshab receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance of his duties while serving in the Navy's post-graduate [...]
Electromechanical Systems Group doctoral candidate Daisy Green wins 2019 IEEE AutoTestCon prize paper award
ESG doctoral candidate Daisy Green won a prize paper award for the paper "Dashboard: Nonintrusive Electromechanical Fault Detection and Diagnostics" (co-authors Thomas Kane, [...]
The ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Grainger Energy Machines Facility, home of the Electromechanical Systems Group, was held on Thursday May 3.
LT William Cotta, a Professional Engineer currently serving at the Coast Guard Marine Safety Center, was selected 2018 Coast Guard Engineer of the [...]
T.J. Rodgers, founding CEO of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, today announced an agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to fund the "T.J. Rodgers RLE [...]
(FOX NEWS Tech Article) With support from the Office of Naval Research (ONR), engineering professor Steven Leeb and his graduate student John Donnal designed [...]
(MIT News Article) New system from MIT can identify how much power is being used by each device in a household.
(MIT News Article) Six teams split $225,000 in prizes at the annual competition that funds clean-energy ideas.
(Popular Mechanics) The annual Soldier Design Competition features crazy military concepts of everything from exoboots to wearable batteries. Last month we covered the [...]