Abdelkhalik, Kim, Lee join Aerospace Engineering faculty

Teaching and research expertise in several important areas will be enhanced in the Iowa State University Department of Aerospace Engineering with the arrival of three new faculty members. Ossama Abdelkhalik comes to the department as an associate professor from Michigan Technological University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering & Engineering Mechanics. His research specialties include space trajectory design, spacecraft dynamics and control, … Continue reading Abdelkhalik, Kim, Lee join Aerospace Engineering faculty

IE student’s summer involved singing in Norway and engineering in Virginia

One industrial engineering student was busy this summer with two of his biggest passions: music and engineering. Samuel Low, a senior in industrial engineering (I.E.), started his summer off by touring Norway with the Iowa State Singers, a 72-member mixed choral ensemble consisting of students from various majors across campus. The group visited a handful … Continue reading IE student’s summer involved singing in Norway and engineering in Virginia

ECpE engineer published for Alzheimer’s-testing device

Alzheimer’s disease is a prominent concern, present in the lives of millions. Currently, the main diagnostic methods for treating this disease are neuroimaging techniques, which include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography and single-photon emission computed tomography. But these methods suffer from their high cost, requirement of skilled personnel to operate and long turnaround … Continue reading ECpE engineer published for Alzheimer’s-testing device

The nine lives of Mani Mina

From student to professor, Mani Mina has always been inspired and curious when learning new things. An associate professor in industrial design and electrical and computer engineering (secondary department) at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University, Mina has a past full of learning and teaching a broad range of studies. … Continue reading The nine lives of Mani Mina

Mackenzie Sissel brings plenty of Iowa State engagement to role as new CBE adviser

She may be new to the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE), but Mackenzie Sissel is no stranger to the neighborhood. CBE’s new academic adviser holds a bachelor’s degree from ISU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. While in that department, “I was drawn to the instruction and student engagement side of things,” she says, “so … Continue reading Mackenzie Sissel brings plenty of Iowa State engagement to role as new CBE adviser

CBE’s Oviedo, Spain summer lab wraps up with valuable experience, memories

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s Oviedo, Spain Summer Lab Program hosted eight Iowa State undergraduates this summer, joined by students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the annual joint program. The program uses the facilities and educators of the University of Oviedo. The intensive course work serves up a unit operations lecture and … Continue reading CBE’s Oviedo, Spain summer lab wraps up with valuable experience, memories

Iowa State’s I-Corps Program holds up Alipour as success story

From Iowa State University’s Office of the Vice President for Research article, “Iowa State’s I-Corps Program seeks applicants for fall 2018 cohort.” When dark, ominous clouds roll through the sky, most people suspect a storm is brewing and shrug it off. Alice Alipour, on the other hand, thinks about how storm-induced winds might force traffic … Continue reading Iowa State’s I-Corps Program holds up Alipour as success story

ECpE group is granted award for ‘Mobile App Analysis’

On May 24, 2018, a research team led by Iowa State University faculty members Yong Guan and Neil Gong was granted a Best Paper Award from the IEEE Systematic Approaches to Digital Forensics Engineering (SADFE) international workshop, held in conjunction with the 39th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy. Their paper is called “A Dynamic … Continue reading ECpE group is granted award for ‘Mobile App Analysis’

Sparks fly in ECpE

“I was just cracking jokes, and I saw her two seats over and said hi, introducing myself,” Cameron Cornick said. “We ended up sitting on the same side of the room, on the right-hand side.” Ashlyn Cornick, a DMACC transfer student, met her now-husband Cameron, a sophomore at Iowa State University, in Electrical Engineering 285, … Continue reading Sparks fly in ECpE

IE student named second-team All-American for 4×400 at NCAAs

An industrial engineering student-athlete was part of a relay squad that earned second-team All-American honors at day one of the NCAA outdoor track and field championships last week in Eugene, Oregon. Roshon Roomes, a senior in IE, was named a Second Team All-American for his and his team’s performance in the 4×400 relay event. The … Continue reading IE student named second-team All-American for 4×400 at NCAAs

Iowa State engineering research highlighted in Physics Today

The work of three Iowa State University faculty members from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) and the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) was highlighted in the May 2018 issue of Physics Today. The article, titled, “A Nanovolcano Array,” appears in the “BACK SCATTER” section of the magazine, which is … Continue reading Iowa State engineering research highlighted in Physics Today