Paul Nelson is a BYU Mechanical Engineering Alumnus currently working as a Fellow for the Product Lifecycle Management discipline at Orbital ATK. He is promoting the proper processes and tools to significantly reduce development time and costs while meeting all customer requirements.
The BYU Rocketry Club is taking rocketry to the next level! With major competitions coming up, the group has created a massive light weight carbon fiber Rocket! Check out this great article by the Daily Universe!
The Mechanical Engineering Department’s Tuition Scholarship application is now available ONLINE at https://meapply.byu.edu/tuition-scholarship. Applications are due by March 1.
The BYU Rocketry Club recently had their 3rd Annual Student Launch Competition! Each year, this competition allows students to form teams of two or three students, design a custom rocket, and fly it to a target altitude.
Cody Carpenter, a Master’s student in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Brigham Young University, has recently been awarded a US Department of Defense Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship.
State-of-the-art Origami inventions win BYU students first and second place at this year’s Design Engineering Technical Conferences hosted by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.