Mechanical engineering assistant professor Ming-Chen Hsu has been named a 2017 Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher in the categories of Engineering and Computer Science, according to a report by Clarivate Analytics. This marks the second consecutive year that Hsu has received this honor. Highly cited researchers are identified based on papers that rank in the … Continue reading ME prof named 2017 Highly Cited Researcher
Goce Trajcevski, associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) at Iowa State University, is a program committee co-chair of the 25th Association for Computer Machinery SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGSPATIAL 2017) held in Redondo Beach, California, Nov. 7-10. The conference brings together researchers, developers, users … Continue reading Trajcevski on spatial data
Three mechanical engineer students have been recognized because their success both on the field and in the classroom. Tight ends Chase Allen and Sam Harms have been named to the 2017 Academic All-Big 12’s first team while wide receiver Carson Epps has been named to the second-team, according to a release today by the Big … Continue reading Three MEs named to Academic All-Big 12 teams
Generous donation leads to greater collaborative research and multi-disciplinary approach to managing disasters Vilas Mujumdar has made a generous donation to the Hazard Mitigation Community and Resilience Program (HMCR) at Iowa State University (ISU). The College of Engineering hosted a reception in Marston Hall today to recognize Mujumdar’s gift. “This program will strengthen our cross-campus … Continue reading Mujumdar donates start-up funds for innovative Iowa State Hazard Mitigation and Community Resilience Program
Gary and Mickie Griswold established the Griswold Undergraduate Research Interns Program to give chemical engineering students hands-on research experience and a unique exposure to the basics of patent, trade secret, trademark and copyright law and practice.
The U.S. Marine Forces Reserve (MFR) is headquartered in New Orleans, LA, which is an area prone to hurricanes. During the event of a hurricane warning, the commander must make timely decisions to protect the safety of the personnel and set up alternate headquarters in order to facilitate an orderly evacuation. An assistant professor from … Continue reading IMSE’s MacKenzie creates Hurricane Decision Simulator to assist Marines with decision making
Students, faculty take a new look at using compost on campus during volunteer opportunity Iowa State University (ISU) produces between 3,500 and 4,000 tons of compost every year. * Where does it all go? Students and faculty in the civil, construction and environmental engineering department (CCEE) are finding a new way to use this pure … Continue reading Changing Town Engineering: students host green initiative with future in mind
A grantee of the prestigious Fulbright Hong Kong Program is part of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) for a ten-month stay as a visiting scientist. Si (Season) Chen began working with Professor Jean-Philippe Tessonnier in October. For Chen, that has worked out just fine: “Iowa State was my first choice when I … Continue reading Fulbright Hong Kong program brings researcher to Iowa State CBE
Anupam Sharma, assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering, has been named an Associate Fellow by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). The Class of 2018 will be honored at the AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition in January. “The distinguished individuals comprising the Class of 2018 Associate Fellows exemplify extraordinary accomplishments and leadership … Continue reading Anupam Sharma elected AIAA Associate Fellow
Cyclone Engineers are hardworking, community-minded leaders in the classroom, in the lab…and on the playing field. Three College of Engineering student athletes are members of this year’s Iowa Farm Bureau Farm Strong Squad, chosen for exemplifying the determination, strength, and character of Iowa’s farmers.
Iowa State’s chapter of Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science is building a innovative, powerful, and inclusive national network of STEM researchers. Chapter members recently attended the SACNAS national conference, where Iowa State’s leadership presence is growing. Read more about the group’s experience at the conference – and learn how you can get involved.
Abdel-Aziz A. Fouad, distinguished professor emeritus of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) at Iowa State University, passed away at the age of 89 on Oct. 21, 2017. Aziz was a pioneer in the electrical engineering field of power systems dynamics and stability, most notably in his visionary contributions to academic research, teaching … Continue reading Remembering Aziz Fouad
This article was originally featured on Iowa State University News Services by Mike Krapfl. Click here to read the original article. AMES, Iowa – Reports of missing parts, machinery problems or any other issues on a factory floor don’t always move quickly to decision-makers. Sometimes, data collection is workers writing a few notes on a … Continue reading Engineers developing data-driven ‘FactBoard’ to improve factory operations
The transition to a new graduate program can be difficult. There’s finding a place to live, learning your way around town, and meeting new people. On top of all of that, students still have to focus on their studies and research. Moving from another country can present even more challenges. For incoming graduate students in … Continue reading Grad students find a home in IMSE