Emily Johnson completed her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and wind energy science, engineering, and policy this summer. This fall, she started at the University of Notre Dame as an assistant professor in the aerospace and mechanical engineering department. In her time at Iowa State, Johnson was an author on 10 publications with 101 citations, ranging …Continue reading “Emily Johnson: From Cyclone Engineering Ph.D. to Notre Dame faculty”
The Iowa State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) welcomes Andrea Mauton to its staff as business administrator.
Jaeyoun Kim, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and In-Ho Cho, associate professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering, have received a new $525,000 award from the National Science Foundation to develop single-step, rapidly reconfigurable grayscale nanoprinting by light-controlled nanocapillary effect.
A mechanical engineering (ME) team of two graduate students and a postdoctoral researcher took second place at the national Hackathon competition hosted earlier this month by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ (ASME) Computers & Information in Engineering Division. The team consisted of Ankush Mishra, Ph.D. student; Venkat Nemani, postdoctoral research associate; and Adam Thelen, …Continue reading “ME researchers take second place in national Hackathon competition”
A team of engineering researchers at Iowa State University is studying the most effective ways for manufacturing materials in outer space, with the hope that astronauts can use these methods while on space missions.
Shauna Hallmark is the inaugural holder of the Robert J. and Roxann L. Paulsen Professorship in Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, and director of Iowa State’s Institute for Transportation. But her job title could be just lifesaver.
Emily Johnson completed her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and wind energy science, engineering, and policy this summer. This fall, she started at the University of Notre Dame as an assistant professor in the aerospace and mechanical engineering department. In her time at Iowa State, Johnson was an author on 10 publications with 101 citations, ranging …Continue reading “From CoMFRE Grad Student to Notre Dame Faculty”
M:2:I – Make to Innovate – the dynamic, hands-on planning and design program for undergraduates in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, will host the 2021-22 Fall Kickoff event Wednesday, August 25, 4 – 6 p.m. All Iowa State University undergrads are invited to investigate M:2:I. Sponsored by Boeing, it offers numerous teamwork opportunities to plan, …Continue reading “Be part of the Make to Innovate Fall Kickoff August 25!”
Today (and every day) we celebrate women Cyclone Engineers like Anwesha Sarkar, an adjunct assistant professor for electrical and computer engineering, who works in the Nanovaccine Institute. She has been with the university since fall 2020 as faculty, specializing in bioengineering.
Ever wonder what Honors students do during the summer? Honors Ambassadors and students will be taking you into their 2021 summer routines via photos. Check out this feature on PJ Micksch (sophomore in Materials Engineering).
Eleven students and faculty members from Iowa State University’s Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) were named award winners during the Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers (IISE) annual conference earlier this summer. This year’s award winners are listed alphabetically below: Matthew Frank, John B. Slater Professor in Sustainable Design & Manufacturing – …Continue reading “IMSE students, faculty recognized by industrial engineering professional society”