Adjunct professor of materials science and engineering Iver Anderson was recently inducted into the Michigan Tech Academy of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Anderson, who is also a scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory, was honored for his extraordinary contributions to the materials discipline, the educational activities he coordinates at the national level, and his ongoing support of the department. Among his many accomplishments, Anderson is best known as the inventor of a lead-free solder used in 70 percent of electronic devices in the world.
Four teams from Iowa State’s Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (ISU CCEE) competing in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 4 Competition were honored with a number of awards this past weekend. During the weekend of October 24-27, the North Central Region of the ASC met at the Lied Lodge in Nebraska …Continue reading “Iowa State ASC Region 4 teams bring home hardware from competition”
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”
It was an evening of recognition for students and those who support them in the 2018 Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Honors and Awards Banquet October 25. During the course of the program more than 70 department undergraduate and graduate students on hand were recognized as recipients of scholarships and fellowships in the 2018-19 …Continue reading “Students, donors share the spotlight in CBE Awards Banquet”
When he’s not busy in the classroom, one industrial engineering student is busy behind the lens covering everything from presidential candidates to Cyclone athletics. Max Goldberg, a junior in industrial engineering (IE), has balanced his time between his studies and his work as a photographer for both the Iowa State Daily student newspaper and Iowa …Continue reading “IE student has a passion for photography”
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) has saluted two alumni guests as part of homecoming award ceremonies. Dr. Timothy J. Anderson, who received a B.S. in chemical engineering from Iowa State in 1973, and Jim Fay, who received a B.S. in chemical engineering from ISU in 1974, were both recognized. Anderson received the …Continue reading “CBE’s Marston, PACE awardees honored by department”
Beginning earlier this year in January, industrial engineering junior Chris Johnson was hired as a Sales Intern for a co-op with Daktronics. Daktronics is a popular manufacturer of video displays and scoreboards, including displays and scoreboards at Iowa State’s various athletic venues. Johnson spent the spring and summer semesters working at their headquarters in Brookings, …Continue reading “Student gains valuable experience with co-op”
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.”