UofU to Race Carbon Fiber Car in Formula SAE Competition

Natalie Colby | Daily Utah Chronicle - February 4, 2020

Feb 4, 2020
While students are getting into the swing of the spring semester, members of the Formula U Racing team, the University of Utah’s section of Formula SAE, are in the middle of a year-long project. They are working to build an electric car with a full carbon fiber monocoque, the structural skin of the body, for the June 17-20 Competition in Fontana, California at the Auto Club speedway. Formula SAE, a student design and racing competition,.... Read More
UofU to Race Carbon Fiber Car in Formula SAE Competition

While students are getting into the swing of the spring semester, members of the Formula U Racing team, the University of Utah’s section of Formula SAE, are in the middle of a year-long project. They are working to build an electric car with a full carbon fiber monocoque, the structural skin of the body, for […]

Stadler Brings Swiss Apprenticeship Program to Utah

Madeline St. Amour | Inside Higher Ed - February 1, 2020

Feb 1, 2020
A Swiss company is bringing its apprenticeship model to Utah to build a skilled workforce for its new facility in this country. The Swiss model, applauded by the Trump administration and broadly supported by the public, has students split time between classes and paid, on-the-job training to get skills for a specific industry. Stadler Rail, a Swiss manufacturing company that has contracts to build trains in California and Texas, decided to replicate the apprenticeship system.... Read More
Stadler Brings Swiss Apprenticeship Program to Utah

New program uses the European model to give students training for advanced manufacturing through a hybrid model blending an apprenticeship with coursework at Salt Lake Community College.

AnalySwift Awarded Grant from NASA

AnalySwift Press - January 27, 2020

Jan 27, 2020
An innovation that helps speed the design of fishing rods, skis and cell phone electronics soon will help NASA do its work in space. Utah's AnalySwift LLC recently announced that they received a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant from NASA. The STTR award will help the company further develop its SwiftComp software, technology that provides efficient, high-fidelity modeling of deployable structures made of high-strain composites. AnalySwift will work with researchers at Purdue University to conduct the.... Read More
AnalySwift Awarded Grant from NASA

“This is an outstanding recognition and validation of our technology,”