Name

President of Marquette University
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Zilber Hall 441
(414) 288-7223
michael.lovell@marquette.edu

 

 

 

Research Interests

  • Design Manufacturing
  • Industrial Innovation

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. 1994 Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA
M.S. 1991 Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA
B.S. 1989 Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA

Selected Recent Publications

Lovell, M., Kabir, A, Higgs, C.F., and Menezes, P., 2010, Influence of Boric-Acid Additive Size on Green
Lubricant Performance
, to appear, Philosophical Transactions A.

Daley, B., Lovell, M., Perez, R., and Stern, N., 2010, Using Concept Maps Within the Product Design
Process in Engineering: A Case Study
, to appear as Book Chapter in Concept Mapping in Business.

Menezes, P, Kailas, S, and Lovell, M, 2010, Role of Surface Texture, Roughness and Hardness on Friction
During Unidirectional Sliding
, to appear, Tribology Letters.

Rohatgi, P. K., Menezes, P. L., Mazzei T., and Lovell, M. R., 2010, Tribological behavior of aluminum
micro- and nano- composites
, to appear, International Journal of Aerospace Innovations.

Menezes, P, Kailas, S, and Lovell, M, 2010, Influence of Inclination Angle and Machining Direction on
Friction and Transfer Layer Formation
, to appear, ASME Journal of Tribology.

 

 

Student studying on campus

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is the branch of engineering dealing with the analysis, design, manufacture, and improvement of machines.

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Faculty and Staff

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