“During my undergraduate days back home in Nigeria, I studied computer engineering. However, after working at a computing startup, I decided I’d need more in-depth knowledge in a graduate program to become a leader in the quickly evolving world of computing and software.”
Jaime Juarez, associate professor of mechanical engineering, and Michael Olsen, professor of mechanical engineering, have secured an NSF award to study an innovative approach to maintaining colloidal filtration systems. Juarez and Olsen are exploring using acoustic waves to break apart colloid buildup and or prevent buildup from developing.
Oni wants to solve cross-disciplinary engineering problems with her Cyclone education: “I hope to be a change agent wherever I find myself.”
Both Caleb Dowd and Aiden Lee said yes to APEX^E and said that their summer of research and connection was even better than they imagined.
When Kelly Nascimento Coelho came to Iowa State from northern Brazil, she found the lay of the land very different in Iowa.
Masha Lebedeva realized – “Materials engineering is exactly what I was looking for. I just didn’t know it was there.”
Coming into Iowa State, Emily Anderson had 0 coding experience, but she had 1 goal: helping others with engineering.
“Engineering takes strong technical skills, but to truly change the world as an engineer, you also need strong connections.”
Henry Shires was in high school when the baseball coach asked his programming class for a tool to collect data on player performance. Shires stepped up to the plate and created the sports analytics startup Casmium.