PhD Student Awarded Prestigious EREF Scholarship
Only a handful of students are awarded scholarships by the Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF). This year, UIC’s Girish Kumar, a PhD student in the Department of Civil and Materials Engineering was named a recipient.
New Engineering Organization Building Electric Car and Opportunities
A new student organization in the College of Engineering called Vehicle Electronics and System Engineering (VESE) is engineering’s newest organization offering students an opportunity to be pioneers as they start designing and building a formula one electric race car to compete in an SAE sanctioned competition next semester in Lincoln, Nebraska, in May.
ChemE alum among 2018 CFE Media Engineering Leaders Under 40
The 2018 CFE Media Engineering Leaders Under 40 are in a class by themselves, but they also have plenty of experience in a class. These 30 manufacturing professionals are by far the best educated group we've recognized since the program began almost a decade ago. 
First-ever 3D-printed electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries
For the first time, researchers have successfully printed a complete, albeit experimental, lithium-ion battery including a solid-state electrolyte. While electrodes have been produced using 3D-printing technology before, researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Engineering have printed a stable, yet flexible, solid-state electrolyte using an elevated-temperature extrusion printing technique.
Students displaying their senior design project
Our 29th Annual Engineering EXPO is coming
Friday, April 27, 2018. Today’s UIC senior engineering students will become tomorrow’s engineers. Join them along with faculty, parents, and friends to experience their senior design projects at UIC’s EXPO, a celebration of invention, ingenuity, and achievement.