Iowa State College of Engineering launches new cyber security engineering major for fall 2019

Iowa State University’s College of Engineering is introducing a bachelor of science degree program in cyber security engineering, the first major of its kind offered in the state. The new major – approved by the Board of Regents, State of Iowa at its Nov. 16 meeting – will begin in the fall of 2019. The … Continue reading Iowa State College of Engineering launches new cyber security engineering major for fall 2019

ECE at Iowa State: 2018 Impact Report out now

  Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has released its 2018 Impact Report. See the full report in all its forms here: https://en.calameo.com/read/00495448565a1183a5585 https://mailchi.mp/4198ef6a4fa6/ece-at-iowa-state-2018-impact-report https://www.ece.iastate.edu/files/2018/11/Impact-Report-2018-digital-version-2.pdf https://youtu.be/rniqkLcyUhA

$6 million gift from Boeing to support Iowa State University’s Student Innovation Center and undergraduate researchers

The Boeing Company made a $6 million commitment to Iowa State University that will enhance the educational experience for all students at Iowa State, inspire innovation on the university’s campus, and support engineering students interested in research. A significant portion of Boeing’s gift will support construction of the Student Innovation Center, the approximately 140,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art building that will serve as the hub on campus for hands-on projects where students can collaborate across a wide range of disciplines.

ECpE’s Dr. Jiles: Honored inside and outside of ISU

David Jiles, Distinguished Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering at Iowa State University, has recently received a prestigious honor, the 2019  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Magnetics Society Distinguished Service Award. This award was established to honor outstanding service to the Magnetics Society. “I am delighted to receive … Continue reading ECpE’s Dr. Jiles: Honored inside and outside of ISU

ECpE grad students compete in Three-Minute Thesis Competition

On November 5, Bill Graves, dean of the Graduate College at Iowa State University introduced the Three-Minute Thesis Competition, an opportunity to show the unique and challenging research faculty and students are doing at Iowa State. “The challenge is for graduate students to describe their scholarly work in ways that are understandable and compelling,” Graves … Continue reading ECpE grad students compete in Three-Minute Thesis Competition

ECpE professors receive $400,000 grant for nanotexturing research

In the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) at Iowa State University, engineers create devices that make huge impacts on people’s lives, but sometimes the devices themselves are quite small. Rana Biswas, ECpE and physics adjunct professor, and Jaeyoun Kim, ECpE associate professor, recently received a $400,000, three year National Science Foundation (NSF) grant … Continue reading ECpE professors receive $400,000 grant for nanotexturing research

Hu receives ASME Design Automation Young Investigator Award

A mechanical engineering faculty member has received a young investigator award for his contributions in design automation from his field’s largest professional society. Chao Hu, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering (ME) with a courtesy appointment in electrical and computer engineering, is a 2018 recipient of the Design Automation Young Investigator Award from the American … Continue reading Hu receives ASME Design Automation Young Investigator Award

HackISU: 36 hours. One project. Hundreds of students.

36 hours. Hundreds of students. One project. Every year, many students, especially students from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, attend one event in one place for 36 hours straight. This event is the HackISU hackathon, completely student-led. HackISU marked their 10th anniversary with this year’s hackathon. In groups of four people or less, … Continue reading HackISU: 36 hours. One project. Hundreds of students.

ECpE grad student wins award for paper device measuring nitrite, glucose and protein

An imbalance of certain chemicals in bodies can lead to a growth of diseases and illnesses. However, right now measuring the chemical levels of bodies is typically only possible with a trip to the doctor’s office. But now, with the work of Taejoon Kong, a graduate student at Iowa State University, it may soon be … Continue reading ECpE grad student wins award for paper device measuring nitrite, glucose and protein