Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

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CSU/Adams State mechanical engineering program wraps up first year
Colorado State University engineering celebrates women in aerospace
Researchers invent robotic droplet manipulators for hazardous liquid cleanup
Aerospace research propels faculty member to standout status
Encouraging global understanding in engineering through Study Abroad
CSU team leads $3 million DOE study on algae-sourced biofuel
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Colorado State University and AIAA Rocky Mountain Section are proud to host the 11th AIAA Annual Technical Symposium (ATS) September 22! ATS brings together aviation and space experts from all over the Rocky Mountain region, including people from academia, industry, government, and military.

Join us for a day of “Fueling Our Imaginations,” where people in all stages of their careers can come together to network, learn, and collaborate. Registration is now live! *

*If you are using GlobalProtect VPN to access the CSU network, you must disconnect in order to access the registration website.

About Mechanical Engineering
at Colorado State University

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is where students from all backgrounds come to roll up their sleeves, find their passion, and create new knowledge that solves global challenges. 

As a part of Colorado State University’s land grant mission and our innate nature as mechanical engineers, we employ our skills and understanding of health, energy, aerospace, and materials and manufacturing to make the world a better place for generations to come.

Explore Our
Global Impact

Engineering students create prosthetics for fellow CSU student

Several biomedical and mechanical engineering students worked with Jian Cohen, a sophomore in the College of Business, to design devices to improve his quality of life – one to help him eat with prosthetic arms, and one to help him learn to drive. 

Read more on Source news.

Cutting-Edge Research

Assistant professor revolutionizes the process of printing carbon fiber

Assistant professor Mostafa Yourdkhani is revolutionizing how carbon fiber is printed by eliminating the need for a curing time and molds, ultimately reducing the amount of time and fuel it traditionally costs to make these structures. 

Read more on Source news. 

Work alongside
Out-Of-This-World Faculty

Dr. Xinfeng Gao wins awards for aerospace propulsion research

Dr. Gao received the National Science Foundation’s Mid-Career Advancement Award and the Outstanding Achievement Award for Women in Aerospace for her research in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and dedication to mentoring young women interested in aerospace.   

Read more about Dr. Gao on Source News.

Dr. Xinfeng Gao sits at her desk with a female student. A colorful graphic projected on a TV screen plays behind them.

Make Your
Research Dreams a Reality

Mechanical engineering student finds microalgal-biofuel has a lower water footprint than conventional biofuels

David Quiroz, a fourth-year Ph.D. student, published research in the journal of Environmental Science & Technology that found algae-based biofuel uses less water to produce than other biofuels, such as soybean diesel or corn ethanol.

 Read about David’s research on Source News.

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Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is about using our knowledge of health, energy, and materials and manufacturing to solve society’s global engineering challenges.

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