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Research Experience for Undergraduates

Research Experience for Undergraduates

How It Works -The Basics of an Engine

How It Works: The Basics of an Engine

Lab to Market : Next-Generation Anti-icing Coatings

Lab to Market: Next-Generation Anti-icing Coatings

UH mechanical engineer Hadi Ghasemi invented a new adaptive anti-icing material inspired by wood frogs, an animal that can freeze without dying, and now he’s ready to take his revolutionary invention out of the laboratory and into the consumer marketplace.

How it Works - The Basics of Wind Energy

How it Works: The Basics of Wind Energy

Have you ever wondered how wind energy is used to generate electricity or how wind turbines work? In a new video series titled “How It Works,” mechanical engineer Daniel Araya explains the basics of wind energy and how his research is contributing to the future of wind turbines.

Welcome to UH Engineering!

Welcome to UH Engineering!

Welcome to the UH Cullen College of Engineering

Welcome to the UH Cullen College of Engineering

Engineers Making A Difference - eNABLE at UH

Engineers Making A Difference — eNABLE at UH

Magnetic Slippery Extreme Icephobic Surfaces

Magnetic Slippery Extreme Icephobic Surfaces

Dr. Hadi Ghasemi and his team have invented better than state-of-the-art materials to repel ice. Ghasemi and his Ph.D. students created this video to showcase their work, which could be game-changing for driving or flying in icy conditions.

Alumni Spotlight - Jonathan Claydon ME '06 (Presidential Teaching Award)

Alumni Spotlight — Jonathan Claydon ME '06 (Presidential Teaching Award)

Mechanical engineering alumnus Jonathan Claydon was recently recognized as a state finalist for the 2015 Texas Presidential Awards for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

Alumni Outreach - STEAM Extravaganza

Alumni Outreach — STEAM Extravaganza

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