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  • A year in industry

    Year in industry

    Richard Mills and Hugh Williams are both on their placement year in industry at Triumph Motorcycles in Hinckley. They have been working as design engineers and have written to us to let us know about their experience so far; from the application process to projects they have been getting stuck into.

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    Remembering Richard

    Richard Pover was an outstanding student, a loyal friend, loving son and big brother. He was 20 years old and in his third year of study on his undergraduate degree with us in Mechanical Engineering when he was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of testicular cancer.

  • Jess Batty - a year abroad

    A year abroad

    Jess Batty is a third year MEng Student on the Mechanical Engineering with a year in North America programme. Jess chose McGill University in Montreal, Canada for her year abroad and has written in to tell us all about her experience so far. We’re kind of jealous.

  • Klaxons 3D printed guitar

    MechEng on tour

    There’s not a lot that can’t be achieved with a 3D printer; parts for cars and planes, heart valves, camera lenses, pizza in space and now, on tour for the first time, custom made guitars.

  • 2014 graduation

    2014 graduation photos

    We know you've been dying to see them, so here they are! The photos from a fantastic and truly memorable graduation day.

    Congratualtions to all of our 2014 graduates, you did us proud!

  • Picture of a tennis court

    Research Leads Towards New Standard Tests for Tennis Courts

    Tennis players can adapt their movement and playing style in response to subtle differences in court constructions, according to new research by members of the Human Interactions Group within the Department of Mechanical Engineering

  • Michael Ardron receiving the Sir William Siemens Medal

    Mechanical Engineering Student Awarded Medal for Engineering Excellence

    Mechanical Engineering student Michael Ardron has been awarded the prestigious Sir William Siemens Medal, which recognises engineering excellence and achievement during a student's first year at university.

  • Dynamics Research Group Receives Green Engineering Fellowship Award

    Professor Keith Worden of the Department of Mechanical Engineering’s Dynamics Research Group has been awarded a substantial research grant for a project which could lead to major savings for the aerospace and wind energy sectors.

  • Artist's impression of the New Engineering Building at night

    New Engineering Building will Open Door to Growth and Investment

    We're investing £81 million in a New Engineering Building that will provide our staff and students with state of the art teaching and research facilities 

  • Sensors attached to the cylinder

    Mechanical Engineering Team Develops Ultrasound System to Monitor Car Engines

    Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering Professor Rob Dwyer-Joyce has devised a system that uses ultrasound technology to look inside car engines, which could lead to more efficient engines – and huge fuel savings for motorists.

  • William Broad with the glove designed by Sheffield Engineering Graduates

    Revolutionary Glove Gives a Voice to People Isolated by Speech Impediments

    A team of engineering graduates, including former Mechanical Engineering student Hossein Mohanna, has pioneered a revolutionary glove which is helping to give a voice to people left isolated by severe speech impediments.

  • Demonstration at the Leonardo Centre Launch

    Leonardo Centre for Tribology Launch

    The Leonardo Centre for Tribology and Surface Technology has been formally launched at an event which saw over 140 guests discovering the importance to both industry and society of tribology, the science of friction, lubrication and wear.

  • The winning team

    Mechanical Engineering Student Pitches his Way to Google Campus in a 54-hour StartUp Weekend

     Mechanical Engineering student Alireza Parandeh is set to take part in a prestigious entrepreneurship competition after taking first prize at the inaugural Sheffield StartUp Weekend.

  • Mechanical Engineering Students

    National Student Survey Results 2012

    We've received a superb result in this year's National Student Survey, with our students giving us a 97% overall satisfaction rating.

  • Leaking pipe

    Leaky Water Pipes Problem Solved by Sheffield Engineers

    A leak detection system that can identify damaged water pipes swiftly and accurately has been developed by engineers at the University of Sheffield.