The Harris A. Smith building at Clemson University has received LEED Gold certification from the United States Green Building Council.
Two prestigious manufacturing organizations have recognized Clemson University professor Thomas Kurfess for his outstanding contributions to the profession.
Proterra Inc., which develops and assembles fuel cell hybrid-powered transit vehicles, Thursday announced that it will locate a facility for research and development as well as assembly of its products at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, S.C.
Two Clemson University researchers have been recognized by the National Transportation Research Center Inc. (NTRCI) for being among the top in the nation.
Clemson assistant professor of mechanical engineering Laine Mears has been awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award to research model-based control methods for machining processes.
Clemson University President James F. Barker closed the fall semester Wednesday, congratulating faculty and staff members at the year-end general faculty meeting for a successful semester and outlining the challenges ahead.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers has elected Clemson University professor of mechanical engineering John Ziegert to its prestigious College of Fellows for 2009, along with eight other academic and industry leaders.
John Limroth of Austin, Texas, will graduate Dec. 17 with Clemson University’s first automotive-engineering Ph.D.
Future energy needs are talked about every day all around the world, and the United States must be part of the solution to global energy challenges, General Electric's chairman and chief executive said Tuesday.
Scott Atherton, president and CEO of American Le Mans Racing Series, will offer an inside look at the technologically advanced and innovation-driven racing series in a public lecture at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.
As part of its initiative to position South Carolina at the forefront of alternative energy research and development, the Clemson University Restoration Institute will welcome two of the industry’s most important figures to the Upstate for separate one-day energy summits.
Gibbs and Associates, an international provider of machining CAD/CAM technology, has made a software gift valued in excess of $500,000 to the Clemson University Campbell Graduate Engineering Center. The software will provide advanced machining simulation in mechanical and automotive engineering classrooms and research labs on campus and at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.
The Association of University Research Parks (AURP), an international organization representing university-related research parks from around the world, presented its Emerging Research/Science Park Award to the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) at the organization’s annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A new long-term initiative at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) will advance the university’s automotive engineering graduate research and education program and position its graduates ahead of the competition for jobs and automotive industry leadership.
Clemson University researchers have been awarded a $470,000 National Science Foundation grant to study making plug-in hybrid electric vehicles more efficient to reduce fossil fuel use.