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Engineering

Autocross Senior Design Video
In fall 2107, all second-semester senior design teams had to submit a video about their project. This was the first time videos had been required as part of the senior design process. The videos were judged, and the winner was the Autocross SD2 Race Car Development Team.
Student and faculty researchers from UNC Charlotte's Fire Safety Engineering Technology Program are working to understand how embers spread wildfire.
Sponsored by the Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP), the “Fire Ember Production from Wildland and Structural Fuels” project brings together researchers from seven institutions. Aixi Zhou, an associate professor in the Fire Safety Engineering Technology Department in the Lee College of Engineering,...
Charlotte Banks focused on making more organs available for transplant.
Charlotte Banks - a regional research initiative led by Dr. Gloria Elliott of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science at UNC Charlotte focused on making more organs available for transplant, is the topic on this edition of “Inside UNC Charlotte”. Joining Elliott in the studio, is Jedd Lewis...
The University’s Motorsports and Mechanical Engineering programs are shaping the racing landscape.
With UNC Charlotte graduates accounting for roughly 10 percent of all NASCAR engineers, the University’s Motorsports and Mechanical Engineering programs are shaping the racing landscape. The programs also unlock worlds of opportunity for students like Tucker Bisel, who’s putting the pedal to the...
A new video explores EPIC's academic and research mission, and its relationship with energy engineering partners in the Charlotte region.
Team featured in a National Instruments advertisement for LabVIEW system design software.
Celebrating 50 years providing its students with high-quality, experiential, hands-on education.
For 50 years, The William States Lee College of Engineering has been dedicated to providing its students with high-quality, experiential, hands-on education.
$2 Million in support from Siemens and Hexagon Metrology launches Siemens Energy Large Manufacturing Solutions Laboratory.
The home of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science, the Center for Precision Metrology, and the engineering Dean's Office.
Home the Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center.
Professor John Daniels to establish and chair The National Ash Management Advisory Board.
Duke Energy recently appointed UNC Charlotte Professor John Daniels to establish and chair The National Ash Management Advisory Board, a panel of independent experts to help the company develop plans for coal ash storage. UNC Charlotte’s Stephen Ward recently sat down with Professor Daniels to...
The Motorsports Laboratory is one of the most sophisticated and well- equipped hands-on labs in the Southeast.
Named in legacy of 1992 Winston Cup Champion Alan Kulwicki, the Motorsports Laboratory is one of the most sophisticated and well- equipped hands-on labs in the Southeast. The 5,000 square-foot building provides working space and facilities for the program's Formula SAE, mini-baja, Legends...
Dr. John Daniels and his students have been researching the leachability of fly ash, a by-product generated by coal fired power plants.
Dr. John Daniels and his students in the William States Lee College of Engineering, in conjunction with IDEAS Center senior fellow Christopher Hardin, have been researching the leachability of fly ash, a by-product generated by coal fired power plants. Dr. Daniels' research is helping to...
Researchers are testing the mechanical properties of composite concrete materials being used by the NC DOT to improve North Carolina roadways.
In an effort to improve the strength, reliability and smoothness of North Carolina's roadways, engineers are designing new composite mixtures for concrete highway construction. Researchers from the William States Lee College of Engineering are testing the mechanical properties of these...
UNC Charlotte Near-Space Balloon Project Brings Challenges of Earth and Space
For seniors in the Lee College of Engineering, designing, building and testing data systems for a balloon that flew into the stratosphere brought challenges of operating in the environments of both space and of earth. This video show the launch, flight and controlled explosion of the team's...
Magnetic Gear Development for Renewable Ocean Energy
In this video, Electrical and Computer Engineering’s Dr. Jonathan Bird explains his research into magnetic gears. The research is part of the UNC Costal Studies Institute’s renewable ocean energy program. Dr. Bird’s magnetic gear boxes make generating electricity from ocean waves more efficient and...
Students in the engineering program at UNC Charlotte talk about the curriculum and their experience here on campus.
Undergraduates from The William States Lee College of Engineering share their experiences and offer advise to potential 49er engineering students in this video.
Civil Engineering Senior Chandler Hawn captured UNC Charlotte Engineers Without Borders' trip to Peru to build bridges.
The students and faculty involved with UNC Charlotte's Engineers Without Borders feel a responsibility to give back to the communities with the greatest of needs. This summer's travels took the student's high into the mountains of Peru to build bridges for the small village of Paru...
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UNC Charlotte Alumni Today - David Causey '83
Katie Suggs talks with David Causey '83, President of the Alumni Board of Directors, about the UNC Charlotte Alumni Association.
Take a look inside the Fire Safety Engineering Technology program at the William States Lee College of Engineering.
Fire Safety Engineering Technology, a unique program directed toward those seeking positions within the fire service as well as those preparing for work in fire protection related occupations.
A UNC Charlotte student describes how he stakes his claim through the Motorsports Engineering program.
Duke Energy and Siemens Energy, announced $8.8 million in support for the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) at UNC Charlotte.
Duke Energy will provide approximately $4.5 million and Siemens Energy will provide approximately $4.3 million in support of the Center. Both companies will do this over several years as the EPIC program develops.
Westinghouse Donates $3.3 Million EPIC Crane
Westinghouse Electric Company donated $3.3 million in equipment, services, and education to UNC Charlotte's Energy Production Infrastructure Center (EPIC).