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Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2021-2022 academic school year.
MIE Professor Mohammad Taslim was awarded a patent for “Length-based carbon nanotube ladders.”
A research paper, titled “Flexural Bending Resonance of Acoustically Levitated Glycerol Droplet” by Zilong Fang, PhD’22, mechanical engineering, and MIE Professors Kai-Tak Wan and Mohammad Taslim was selected as the Editor’s Choice and published in the journal of Physics of Fluids.
MIE Professor Mohammad Taslim was awarded a patent for his "Non-rotating Wind Energy Generator". Abstract Source: USPTO In an embodiment of the invention, a non-rotating wind energy generator uses the fluid flow principles of vortex shedding and transverse galloping to generate oscillatory motion of a beam, and alternators, optionally located near both ends of the […]
MIE Professor Mohammad Taslim has received a patent for creating a “Non-Rotating Wind Energy Generator”.
Supervised by MIE Professor Mohammad Taslim, a team of capstone students constructed a solar powered desalination system to help solve the global water shortage.
Whenever I fly, I almost always get seated near the engine. In the past this has made me grumpy. Not only are those big cylinders ridiculously loud, they also obstruct my view of the beautiful clouds and the earth below. But after meeting with mechanical and industrial engineering professor Mo Taslim last week I think I’ll be taking a […]
Under the supervision of professor Mohammad Taslim, a team of MIE capstone students have developed a solar- powered desalination system to help the world’s water crisis.
MIE students designed a shirt to monitor the movements of a pitcher. By studying the mechanics of the pitch, they can determine if a player’s technique starts to worsen which might result in an elbow injury.