A diverse team of 18 scientists led by D. Raj Raman, Morrill Professor of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State, received a five-year, $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study the potential environmental benefits afforded by perennial grasses, which grow every year without having to be planted or harvested, between rows of cash crops.
ASABE features research on improving value in soybean processing by ABE’s Bennett Barr, Charles Harburgh and Gretchen Mosher.
Three-time Iowa State University alum Denis Bbosa has been named the deputy dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology at Mbarara University in Uganda, which is the approximate equivalent of the College of Engineering at Iowa State University.
ABE’s Students of Color Network emphasizes acceptance and inclusion of people of color, and the group has flourished into a supportive community.
U.S. Farm Report kicked off their 2021 College Roadshow from Iowa State University! The episode is full of ABE innovators – Tour the Cyclone Power Pullers workshop and hear from Jacek Koziel and Adina Howe about their research in livestock management.
Kurt Rosentrater, executive director and CEO of the Distillers Grains Technology Council and associate professor at Iowa State University’s Department of Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering, is the 2021 recipient of BBI International’s Award of Excellence. This award recognizes individuals who have made important contributions to the fuel ethanol industry through their research, technical advisory and/or …Continue reading “Iowa State ABE associate professor receives BBI’s Award of Excellence”
International Women in Engineering Day is an annual celebration of the outstanding contributions of women engineers. The theme of this year’s Women in Engineering Day is “Engineering Heroes,” so we reached out to hear the stories of just a few of our Cyclone Engineering heroes, who are innovating in their research and inspiring and educating …Continue reading “Women in Cyclone Engineering: Elnaz Ebrahimi”
International Women in Engineering Day is an annual celebration of the outstanding contributions of women engineers. The theme of this year’s Women in Engineering Day is “Engineering Heroes,” so we reached out to hear the stories of just a few of our Cyclone Engineering heroes, who are innovating in their research and inspiring and educating …Continue reading “Women in Cyclone Engineering: Kristine Bond”
Watch a video of the SMDL and see it in action. Agricultural and biosystems engineering assistant professor Mehari Tekeste leads Iowa State’s Soil-Machine Dynamics Laboratory, supporting design optimization and evaluating machine systems performance as Ground Engaging Tools (GETs) and Mobility system equipment interacts with soil under various soil compaction levels and research of …Continue reading “Ground-shifting research: Soil Machine Dynamics Laboratory”
Five students were awarded the annual Guy and Giese Graduate Student Fellowship. The Giese Graduate Fellowship was created in memory of Henry Giese, professor of structures and environment areas for Iowa State University’s Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department (ISU ABE). The Harold and Katherine Guy Graduate Fellowship was designed to promote research done in soil and water …Continue reading “2021 recipients of Guy and Giese Graduate Student Fellowship”
Iowa State University’s Fluid Power Club competed and placed in the virtual Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge, which was sponsored by the National Fluid Power Association and hosted by Danfoss Power Solutions. The ISU Fluid Power Club received both the Best Presentation and the Innovative Use of Electronics Award for their hydraulically-powered recumbent tricycle. To be …Continue reading “ISU Fluid Power Club receives top awards at competition”
Nine Cyclone Engineering faculty and staff are among those receiving university-wide awards or promotions.