Todd Bandhauer is developing a commercially viable turbo-compression cooling system.
A new study finds that particle-forming emissions from chemical products are twice as high as those from the transportation sector.
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Walajabad Sampath with the Small Innovative Project in Solar (SIPS) award to investigate improved solar energy efficiency without substantially increasing manufacturing costs.
Researchers strategized a method to utilize laser-generated sparks to further advance the field of laser ignition of engines.
Daniel Olsen's lab group tested Siemens technology designed to minimize fuel consumption and emissions by reconfiguring engine systems.
Jason Quinn, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, leverages his expertise in sustainability for several multi-million dollar projects from the Department of Energy and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A group of 12 researchers, including mechanical engineering professor Chris Weinberger, demonstrated that a new class of materials is capable of both shape memory properties, as well as superelasticity.
The study of these smoke particles – their size, composition, dispersion and interaction with clouds and atmospheric processes – has a rich interdisciplinary history at CSU.
The CSU Cycling club finds itself consistently ranked among the top five in the nation for the last 40 years.