Fast and focused: Students specialize with new master’s options

Madeline Ford (BSIE ’17) felt confident in her education and skills as an industrial engineer as she perused job listings heading into her senior year. The only problem?

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After completing her Master of Science in Industrial Engineering – Human Factors

Line-skipping business takes top honors at UW-Madison innovation competition

Selected from among 35 student teams and student-led start-up companies, LineLeap received the $15,000 Qualcomm grand prize in the 2018 Transcend Madison Innovation Competition, held April 4-5, 2018, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.

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In revitalized robotics course, learning is far from automated

The classroom was abuzz with activity as small groups of students huddled around their robots. The robots, which resembled small, motorized chariots, jolted to life and began driving various routes across the floor of the spacious, newly remodeled classroom in …

MS&E grad student Jun Li awarded Johnson Controls fellowship

A proposal to develop new implantable, biocompatible, rechargeable batteries using advanced 3D printing techniques has earned Jun Li a Johnson Controls Graduate Fellowship. The project aims to address one of the main technological challenges for implantable medical devices by creating …

UW-Madison team wins third place in 2018 Clean Snowmobile Challenge

A team of University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering students won third place overall in the highly competitive gasoline category at the 2018 SAE International Clean Snowmobile Challenge. The Society of Automotive Engineers competition, held at the Michigan Technological University Keweenaw Research …

Engineering programs ranked

U.S. News and World Report released its annual rankings of the nation’s top graduate programs, and UW-Madison placed 20th overall for engineering. This year, 11 individual disciplines within the College of Engineering earned top-20 spots among the rankings, including biological/agricultural

UW-Madison students helping Project Home go solar with Re-volv

Equipped with carefully laid plans and a crowdfunding campaign, “solar ambassadors” at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are bringing solar energy to a local nonprofit.

In partnership with Re-volv, a nonprofit based in San Francisco, the solar ambassador student team …