New conference: Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow

There is still time to register for the first Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow conference that will be held Sept. 15-16 here on campus. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend this conference, which will address things like professional development, leadership, preparing for future careers and diversity and inclusion. Registration for the event is open until … Continue reading New conference: Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow

New ECpE associate professor receives Best Demo Award

Iowa State University Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) Goce Trajcevski, who came to Iowa State in August from Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering, recently won the Best Demo Award at the 15th International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases. He and his Electrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate student Mas-ud Hussain … Continue reading New ECpE associate professor receives Best Demo Award

Iowa State engineering researchers transform teaching of structural analysis through mobile augmented reality

Multi-disciplinary team aims to bring new tech tools to the classroom in effort to prepare students for real-world challenges (From left to right): Faculty members Aliye Karabulut, Chuck Jahren and An Chen “Students are motivated when things make sense and are relevant,” says Chuck Jahren, Iowa State University’s (ISU) Construction Engineering Professor-in-Charge. Jahren has been … Continue reading Iowa State engineering researchers transform teaching of structural analysis through mobile augmented reality

Record number of chemical engineering graduate students choose Iowa State

A record number of graduate students are being welcomed by Iowa State’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering this fall, with 85 individuals from more than a dozen countries pursuing advanced degrees in chemical engineering. Twenty of the students are new to Iowa State this semester. Both new and returning graduate students gathered recently for … Continue reading Record number of chemical engineering graduate students choose Iowa State

Online chemical engineering Ph.D. prep course aims for non-traditional students

A new online prep program from the Iowa State University Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) has been designed with non-traditional Ph.D. candidates in mind. The department has unveiled plans for an online graduate core preparatory course for qualified individuals seeking the advanced degree. It will debut in the summer of 2018 and is … Continue reading Online chemical engineering Ph.D. prep course aims for non-traditional students

From undergrad to faculty member in five years: CBE welcomes new professor Luke Roling

Luke Roling is happy to bring the power of computational analysis to his undergraduate alma mater. And even happier to do so with what was “just a dream job” not many years ago. Roling will begin his first faculty appointment when he becomes an assistant professor in Iowa State’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering … Continue reading From undergrad to faculty member in five years: CBE welcomes new professor Luke Roling

Ramamoorthy awarded NSF grant for coded caching to reduce national network traffic

Most people have watched videos, TV shows and movies by streaming them on YouTube or Netflix. If you’ve streamed video content, then you know how frustrating it can be to wait for the video to load. One researcher at Iowa State University is hoping to improve those network delays. Iowa State Professor of Electrical and … Continue reading Ramamoorthy awarded NSF grant for coded caching to reduce national network traffic

ECpE’s Wang awarded Harpole-Pentair Professorship, honoring outstanding junior faculty

Zhaoyu Wang, Iowa State University Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE), recently was awarded the Harpole-Pentair Professorship, which recognizes and honors outstanding junior faculty with less than six years of academic experience at Iowa State. The award was created by Murray J. and Ruth M. Harpole in 1986 to provide supplemental support and … Continue reading ECpE’s Wang awarded Harpole-Pentair Professorship, honoring outstanding junior faculty

Adventures in Cardiff

by Caitlyn McCreight and Kristin Clague Studying overseas is an opportunity some college students are lucky to have — 1,636 Iowa State University (ISU) students studied abroad during the 2016-17 school year — but sometimes engineering students have schedules that don’t allow for extra traveling. This summer, however, four ISU engineering students applied and were … Continue reading Adventures in Cardiff

Summer cyber security training takes ISU teams on the road

Earlier in July, the Iowa State University (ISU) Electric Power Research Center (EPRC) arranged cyber security trainings at Cedar Falls Utilities, Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO) and MidAmerican Energy, all members of the EPRC. Sixty-five representatives attended the three trainings, which included not only staff from the three host utilities, but also CIPCO distribution cooperative … Continue reading Summer cyber security training takes ISU teams on the road