Sustainable Energy@Mines (SE@M) is a fully customizable pathway of distinction, combining classroom instruction, co-curricular and extracurricular experiences alongside opportunities for community building that students can integrate with their other academic studies.
Connor Bray, a PhD student in physics, is one of four graduate students who will be hosted by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he will have access to world-class supercomputing resources and training.
Serena Eley, assistant professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, has been honored with the 2021 Joseph A. Johnson III Award for Excellence from the American Institute of Physics and the National Society of Black Physicists.
A new $15 million interdisciplinary research institute led by Colorado School of Mines aims to create new theoretically grounded and experimentally validated approaches and tools to design and discover dynamical materials and structures while solving long-standing scientific challenges in the dynamical response of materials.
The Rocky Mountain Industrial Assessment Center will result in shared courses where students from both institutions can learn about how to improve energy efficiency in the building and manufacturing industry.