Dr. Roper recently had his paper published to the Journal of Automobile Engineering. His paper is titled “Integrated topology and packaging optimization for conceptual-level electric vehicle chassis design via the component-existence method”. Congratulations Dr. Roper!
Congratulations to Daniel Krsikapa for successfully passing his PhD Comp B Exam! He did a beautiful job!
Congratulations to Dylan Eisen for receiving the 2022 Dean’s Teaching Assistant Award! Dylan put in outstanding work as a teaching assistant for MECH 310 and MECH 323 this past year. Keep up the great work Dylan!
Our new server was successfully installed, and is up and running! Codenamed Lucky Cat, the server is sporting a total of 96 computer processing unit (CPU) cores, 192 CPU threads, 2 terabytes of random-access memory (RAM), 4 graphics processing units (GPU), and over 25 terabytes of storage.
Congratulations to Noah Ray and Kevin Chai for all their work on successfully installing the new server!
Congratulations to Luke Crispo for successfully completing his PhD Comp B exam! The examiners noted that the decision was so easy!
Cathy recently had her paper published to Composites Part B! Her paper is titled “Surface and honeycomb core damage in adhesively bonded aluminum sandwhich panels subjected to low-velocity impact”. Congratulations Cathy!
Congratulations to Rosalie Morin for successfully completing her MASc thesis exam! Her research was very well received!
Matt recently had his paper published to Progress in Additive Manufacturing! His paper is titled “Schmitt-Kim Additive Manufacturing Evaluation Tree: A Guide for New Users”. Congratulations Matt!
Stephen recent had his paper published to Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization! His paper is titled “Integrated topology and packaging optimization using coupled
material and component pseudo-densities”. Congratulations, Stephen!
Congratulations to Dr. Stephen Roper for successfully defending his thesis! Stephen’s paper was titled “Integrated Topology and Packaging Optimization Using the Component-Existence Model”.
Stephen has been an invaluable source of knowledge and experience for many in SMSD, and we are all wishing him the best in the future!