The Design of Innovative Machines Lab (the DIMLab) is home to the design team led by Dr. Drew Murray and Dr. Dave Myszka of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department. The primary goal of the team is to create, design, build, and test novel machines and mechanisms for a variety of applications while generating the theory that supports these innovations. The DIMLab is in Kettering Labs, room 311, on the University of Dayton campus.
In 2012, Dave Myszka and Drew Murray received funding from the National Science Foundation to support the three-year project “Variable-Geometry Dies for Polymer Extrusion.” Visit the Variable Geometry Extrusion Die site.
In 2013, Drew Murray received the Alumni Award for Faculty Teaching, the University of Dayton's highest recognition of teaching. A video was made to celebrate the accomplishment.
In 2012, the University of Dayton started a “90 Second Lectures” series. As part of the series, Drew Murray presented Can You Lift the Empire State Building with the Weight of a Notebook?