On March 23, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) was 1 of 20 colleges and universities featured by AgGrad as part of their “March Ag-Ness” promotion on Snapchat.
Associated General Contractors student organization pitches in to refurbish low finance housing in Ames Think of all the things a home provides … security, shelter, a place to relax or have fun. So what if you went home one day, just to find you had no place to go home to? Members of ISU AGC, … Continue reading CCEE students lend a hand to Ames Emergency Residence Project
Campus chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (ISU ASCE) takes third place overall at 2017 ASCE Midwest Steel Bridge Competition Late last month, students in Iowa State University’s chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, or ISU ASCE, brought home third place overall at the society’s Midwest Steel Bridge Competition. The 36-member team … Continue reading Iowa State students hold up under pressure in Steel Bridge Competition
John O’Brien passed suddenly on March 31 in Los Angeles, Calif. O’Brien, who graduate from Iowa State University, was born in Davenport, Iowa in 1969 and grew up in Indianola, Iowa where he was involved in track and cross country. He graduated from Indianola High School in 1987 and was his class valedictorian. O’Brien received … Continue reading Remembering ECpE alumni John O’Brien
The 2017 Presidential Interdisciplinary Research Seed (PIRS) grant has been awarded to Iowa State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Long Que and Genetics/Development and Cell Biology Professor Donald Sakaguchi for their research in mimicking 3D brain models. Out of 21 proposals, Que and Sakaguchi’s project, Prototyping of an Automated Microsystems for In Vivo-Mimicking 3D … Continue reading Grant awarded to ECpE professor for research in mimicking 3D brain models
Three faculty members awarded Miller Faculty Fellowship from Iowa State University for augmented reality research Starting in Fall 2017, some students could find themselves using iPads and apps in traditional engineering courses. Three professors from Iowa State’s College of Engineering are teaming up to bring augmented reality into civil engineering courses. Drs. Aliye Karabulut-Ilgu, An … Continue reading CCEE-ME professors pursue use of augmented reality in structural engineering curriculum
Cameron (’06 indus tech) is currently a product manager for Toyota North America, specializing in product strategy and visioning for the RAV4.
Sukup and Elings halls received gold certification for new construction in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program of the U.S. Green Building Council.
When Morris H. Mericle died Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, in Santa Clara, Calif., Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) department lost a distinguished alum and faculty member. Morris was a beloved professor, as well as an admirable father and husband. During his time at Iowa State, Morris received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate … Continue reading Iowa State says goodbye to past faculty and alum Morrie Mericle
Three ISU faculty members tackle real-world engineering issues in committee chair positions With the election of construction engineering (ConE) professor David Jeong earlier this month, faculty of Iowa State’s Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) now claim three leadership positions within the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Construction Institute (ASCE CI). “We are … Continue reading Construction engineering faculty take lead in ASCE Construction Institute
Ashfaq Khokhar, chair of Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was officially named Palmer Department Chair at the College of Engineering Medallion Presentation Ceremony on March 30. Dean Sarah Rajala and Associate Dean Arun Somani presented the official medallion to Khokhar. “These medallion ceremonies have become a special tradition at Iowa State, … Continue reading Ashfaq Khokhar named Palmer Department Chair at Medallion Presentation Ceremony
Just this past March, U.S. News and World Report ranked graduate programs from all around the United States. Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department (ECpE) was ranked on the list, as well as many other engineering departments at Iowa State. The computer engineering department tied for 46th overall and tied for 26th among … Continue reading Iowa State’s Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate programs ranked in U.S. News and World Report