Alberto Passalacqua, associate professor of mechanical engineering and associate director of the Center for Multiphase Flow Research and Education (CoMFRE), is leading the development of the software OpenQBMM at Iowa State. OpenQBMM is an open-source multiphase flow computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software designed to simulate the behavior of flows with particles, bubbles, or droplets. … Continue reading OpenQBMM software simulates multiphase flow behavior
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Guliz Tokadli, Ph.D. candidate in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Human Factors Programs, is part of the ever-evolving cognitive engineering discipline.
Anne Stockdale graduated from Iowa State with a degree in materials engineering in 2009, but the impact of her Iowa State experience will last a lifetime.
Timothy Kimball is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in construction engineering.
Yung-Hsueh Lee is the spring 2020 outstanding seniors in computer engineering.
Laura Snyder is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in chemical engineering.
Paige Jewell is the spring 2020 outstanding senior in civil engineering.
Millicent Hoback and Winnie Kiarie, two Iowa State materials science engineering (MSE) students, are both pursuing their degrees over 8,000 miles from home.
David Reynolds, a junior in mechanical engineering, has been selected for the highly competitive Stanford ADVANCE Undergraduate Institute (AUI).
Juan Bibiloni-Rivera, junior in mechanical engineering, has been announced as a finalist for the national Harry S. Truman Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to high achieving, student-leaders in academia, research and healthcare throughout the United States.
How Amy Wieland’s co-op with Collins Aerospace is adding to her Iowa State experience
Snow blankets campus as Iowa State’s Clean Snowmobile Team works in the Advanced Manufacturing Systems Laboratory (AMSL) to engineer the quietest, lowest emission, flex-fuel capable snowmobile. As they make plans and integrate newly designed parts, the Clean Snowmobile team members’ eyes are on the SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge, an international, six-day competition in Michigan from … Continue reading Iowa State’s Clean Snowmobile Team gearing up for 2020 competition
Jonghyun Lee, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and CoMFRE faculty member, is leading a multiyear, $750,000 project titled Modeling and Simulations of Electrostatically Levitated Multiphase Liquid Drops.