Iowa State alum Stephen Paris (BSAerE’75, MSAerE’77), technical fellow with Boeing’s research and technology division in Seattle, Washington, joins an elite group of engineers and scientists as the recipient of a 2009 R&D 100 Award. The awards, presented by R&D magazine annually since 1963, salute the 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the marketplace …Continue reading “Stephen Paris, AER E Alum, helps develop award winning software”
For Jessica Tobelmann and Adam Weaver, the countdown is on. They are general co-chairs of Engineers’ Week 2009, a celebration of engineering, which officially begins September 14. For the past year, they have overseen the efforts of five subcommittees and more than 50 committee members as activities, centered on the theme Rising Together We Can…, …Continue reading “E-Week 2009—Rising together we can…”
AMES, Iowa — After 18 months of hard work, Iowa State University’s Solar Decathletes are ready to show off their achievement: the solar-powered Interlock House, which they designed and built for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C., in October. The team will host an open house for the public from 2 …Continue reading “Tour solar house designed and built by ISU students on Aug. 29”
Biorenewable technologies are everybody’s business. That’s why Iowa State’s two-week Intensive Program in Biorenewables brings to campus a diverse set of top students from different academic, ethnic, and economic backgrounds to wrap their heads around critical issues in the field.
During a tour of renewable energy projects in the state, Iowa Governor Chet Culver stopped by Iowa State University on August 5 to learn more about the university’s research projects supported by the Iowa Power Fund. Vikram Dalal, Thomas M. Whitney Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is leading one of two Iowa Power Fund projects …Continue reading “Governor visits Iowa State as part of renewable energy tour”
Ames, Iowa – Lei Ying, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Iowa State University, recently was awarded the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Young Investigator Award. DTRA is a part of the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Strategic Command, which is the intellectual, technical, and operational leader in the national effort …Continue reading “ECpE professor wins young investigator award to combat network threats”
David Grewell, an assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, was awarded one of seven Grow Iowa Values Fund grants for his work in high-powered ultrasonics. Read more about the grant awards.