Two ME faculty pursue research in Taiwan and Japan

    Two Mechanical Engineering faculty members have been scheduled to conduct research work in separate foreign universities this Summer 2013. The trip is aimed to publish the results of their research in an international, peer-reviewed journal.

     Dr. Michael Loretero will go to the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) to continue his research on the topic Active and Passive Excitation of Flame at Swirling Wake. Meanwhile, Engr. Joey Pastoril will be hosted by Gunma University in Japan to pursue his research topic entitled Levitation Mass Method - A Precision Mechanical Measurement Method.

     Dr. Loretero’s trip is in line with the long-standing department’s academic linkage with NTUST. Engr. Pastoril’s trip is the product of the new academic linkage inked with Gunma University during the department’s hosting of the 3rd International Mechanical Engineering Conference in which Gunma University was ably represented. The international conference was held in USC recently.


Source: Department of Mechanical Engineering<
             8 March 2013
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