Checking in with ECpE alumni couple Brittany and Jack Tuohy

Brittany and Jack Tuohy began their journey together at Iowa State University, while both were earning degrees in computer engineering. Jack first became interested in computers when he built his own PC during his senior year of high school. After his school canceled the only programming course, he started to learn some programming on his … Continue reading Checking in with ECpE alumni couple Brittany and Jack Tuohy

Ph. D. student advances to finals in McCluskey Doctoral Thesis Award Contest

Each year, doctoral candidates in electrical and computer engineering from around the world compete in the Test Technology Technical Council E. J. McCluskey Doctoral Thesis Award Contest. The award serves to promote impactful doctoral student work and provides students with the exposure to the community and prospective employers. Iowa State University’s doctoral candidate in electrical … Continue reading Ph. D. student advances to finals in McCluskey Doctoral Thesis Award Contest

Grant awarded to ECpE professor for research in mimicking 3D brain models

The 2017 Presidential Interdisciplinary Research Seed (PIRS) grant has been awarded to Iowa State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Long Que and Genetics/Development and Cell Biology Professor Donald Sakaguchi for their research in mimicking 3D brain models. Out of 21 proposals, Que and Sakaguchi’s project, Prototyping of an Automated Microsystems for In Vivo-Mimicking 3D … Continue reading Grant awarded to ECpE professor for research in mimicking 3D brain models

Iowa State says goodbye to past faculty and alum Morrie Mericle

When Morris H. Mericle died Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, in Santa Clara, Calif., Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) department lost a distinguished alum and faculty member. Morris was a beloved professor, as well as an admirable father and husband. During his time at Iowa State, Morris received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate … Continue reading Iowa State says goodbye to past faculty and alum Morrie Mericle

Iowa State’s Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate programs ranked in U.S. News and World Report

Just this past March, U.S. News and World Report ranked graduate programs from all around the United States. Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department (ECpE) was ranked on the list, as well as many other engineering departments at Iowa State. The computer engineering department tied for 46th overall and tied for 26th among … Continue reading Iowa State’s Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate programs ranked in U.S. News and World Report

ECpE’s Jacobson consulted on safety of Bitcoin

Iowa State University’s electrical and computer engineering Professor Doug Jacobson was featured in article published on WalletHub.com. The article, which discussed whether Bitcoin is safe or not, features several professional opinions, including Jacobson’s. Bitcoin is a type of digital currency that uses encryption techniques to regulate the units of currency and verify the transfer of … Continue reading ECpE’s Jacobson consulted on safety of Bitcoin

Senior in ECpE is selected for 2017 Future Founders Fellowship

Each year, the non-profit organization Future Founders select the top student entrepreneurs in the nation. Iowa State University’s very own Brendon Geils, senior in electrical engineering, has been named one of the 17 entrepreneurs who were selected to participate in the 2017 fellowship. Geils co-founded Sodima Solutions, which is a chat technology company with a … Continue reading Senior in ECpE is selected for 2017 Future Founders Fellowship

Govindarasu co-authors published article on cybersecurity of the power grid

This month, Electrical and Computer Engineering Mehl Professor Manimaran Govindarasu was a contributing author to the recently published article “Cybersecurity of the power grid: A growing challenge.” The piece was first published on The Conversation, a website publishing news from the academic and research community, and discusses the emerging threat to the U.S. electricity grid’s … Continue reading Govindarasu co-authors published article on cybersecurity of the power grid

Innovative research in microfluidic soil sensor featured on front cover of journal

Iowa State University is no stranger to innovative research, and Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Liang Dong has proven just that. Dong’s research, which has been recently featured on the front cover of the journal Lab on a Chip, is about the development of tiny sensors helping farmers keep amounts of fertilizer under control in … Continue reading Innovative research in microfluidic soil sensor featured on front cover of journal

ECpE professor promoted to AIUM Fellow

This past October, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) recognized individuals who have contributed to the field of medical, scientific or engineering work-related ultrasound. Iowa State University Associate Professor Timothy Bigelow was honored by being promoted to an AIUM Fellow. Bigelow was nominated by existing fellow members and has been a senior member … Continue reading ECpE professor promoted to AIUM Fellow

ECpE Professor wins IEEE Award for contributions to Optical Networks

This past December during the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Globecom 2016 conference, Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering professor, Ahmed Kamal, was awarded by the IEEE Communications Society Optical Networking Technical Committee (ONTC) for his contributions to optical networks. The IEEE Communications Society ONTC recognized the significance of the contributions made … Continue reading ECpE Professor wins IEEE Award for contributions to Optical Networks