Micromanagement-Mechanical Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Friday, October 14, 2011


Each year, the $2.5 billion tech giant Sandia National Laboratories challenges America’s elite engineering schools to submit novel and educational ideas that push the thinking of its MicroElectroMechanical Systems division.
This year, the team of MechE students Vitali Brand (E’11), Henry Kung (E’11), Sam Powers (E’11), and Emrecan Soylemez (E’11) were awarded first place for their micro-machine submission in the Educational Design category. One of the team members, Powers, works at Sandia now, where he continues his MEMS devices research.