Learn about the many startups and companies founded by alumni, faculty, staff, and students from MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering in the Fall/Winter 2022 issue of our bi-annual newsletter, MechE Connects.
Manufacturing requires water, and lots of it. MechE alumni Anurag Bajpayee SM ’08, PhD ’12 and Prakash Govindan PhD ’12 co-founded Gradiant, a pioneer in sustainable—or "cleantech"—water projects.
Bernardo Aceituno SM ‘20 co-founded Slack, which provides machine learning teams with a developer tool that can manage and control the thousands of datapoints and images used to train their models.
Loewen Cavill ’20 hopes to shatter the taboo, and provide menopausal individuals with much-needed relief in the process.
Startups founded by mechanical engineers are at the forefront of developing solutions to mitigate the environmental impact of manufacturing.
After forty-seven years in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, Leslie Regan retired, leaving a legacy of care and compassion for generations of graduate alumni.
Dozens of final projects from class 2.009, Product Engineering Processes, have inspired the launch of startups.