Software designed for developing video games could enhance the speed and accuracy of particulate flow simulations.
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Valery Levitas is a co-author of two papers published within weeks by the high-profile journal Science. Levitas, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering, the Vance Coffman Faculty Chair and professor in aerospace engineering, specializes in experimental testing and computational modeling of high-pressure mechanics, physics and mechanochemistry.
W. Samuel Easterling, James L. and Katherine S. Melsa Dean of Engineering, has been named recipient of the American Institute of Steel Construction’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The award honors those who have made significant contributions to the success of the fabricated steel industry.
The National Academy of Inventors is adding Cyclone Engineer Balaji Narasimhan to its roster of academy fellows. The academy announced it is recognizing Narasimhan, an Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering, the Vlasta Klima Balloun Faculty Chair and the director of Iowa State’s Nanovaccine Institute, for demonstrating “a highly prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on the quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society.”
Xioli Tan is the worldwide expert on in a technique called in situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM), used to examine crystal structure dynamics. Tan lent his TEM expertise to a recent paper in Physical Review Letters on the atomic understanding of a type of perovskite antiferroelectic material.
President Wendy Wintersteen recently sent two letters to the campus community condemning racist acts at Iowa State University. A forum was held on Nov.7 with Students Against Racism in which the ISU leadership team outlined 10 actions to help address the campus climate. I want you to know I am strongly supportive of these actions and expect our students, faculty and staff to join me in also condemning racism, white supremacy, anti-Semitism and xenophobia.
Seven Cyclone Engineers will receive College of Engineering and Iowa State University Alumni Association awards at the ISUAA Honors and Awards Ceremony on Oct. 25 during Homecoming week.
David and Christine Slump of Weston, Connecticut, have been awarded the 2019 Order of the Knoll Emerging Philanthropist Award. This award recognizes individuals or couples who have provided philanthropic support and creative leadership to the Iowa State University Foundation and Iowa State University through the advancement of philanthropy.
Seven College of Engineering faculty and staff received top university awards at Iowa State’s annual ceremony on Sept. 23.
James L. and Katherine S. Melsa Dean of Engineering W. Samuel Easterling celebrated Cyclone Engineering faculty and staff award winners at the College of Engineering’s 2019 fall convocation.
How do you fix a stone gear that has a chipped tooth and has surfaces roughened by acid erosion and covered in black grime? You bring in an art conservator.
Researchers from four Midwestern research universities – including Iowa State – are joining forces to promote faculty success for women of color and women with family responsibilities in science, technology, engineering and math fields. Their project is supported by a three-year, $996,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
Iowa State University served as the host institution for the 2019 International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health conference from June 24-27.
Sajed Sadati (center) received the 2018 Student of the Year for Outstanding Achievement in Aviation Research Award from the Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability. Sadati, who is a graduate student in WHAT, was honored for his work on the PEGASAS heated pavement project.
Agricultural and biosystems engineering professor announces his departure from Iowa State University (ISU) after outstanding career After 50 years at ISU, University Professor Carl Bern has announced his retirement. His research focused on storage, preservation and applications of grains and oilseeds. With projects in Honduras, Tanzania, Uganda and India, Bern’s work explores appropriate storage containers … Continue reading Iowa State bids farewell to ISU ABE professor of 50 years