Category: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Honoring Veterans Day with Cyclone Engineers who serve

Hannah Christensen The first year of Hannah Christensen’s Cyclone Engineering journey has taken flight with her involvement in the Iowa Air National Guard. The freshman in industrial engineering was inspired to join the military in the footsteps of her three brothers, now veterans of the Air National Guard. She recently had the opportunity to participate … Continue reading Honoring Veterans Day with Cyclone Engineers who serve

An electrical engineer and groundbreaking pilot: ECpE Veteran Robert Martin

Robert Martin, a graduate of Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was a pilot and veteran who flew 63 and a half missions during World War II as a part of the well-known and barrier-breaking Tuskegee Airmen, and later on in life became an electrical engineer by jumping over many obstacles. A … Continue reading An electrical engineer and groundbreaking pilot: ECpE Veteran Robert Martin

ECpE alum Mansoor Sarwar inspires the future as UET Vice Chancellor

Mansoor Sarwar, an alum (‘88 comp engr) from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University, has had a dream of teaching and inspiring others since high school. Now, he is doing just that — and more.  Sarwar has recently been appointed as Vice Chancellor of the University of Engineering and Technology … Continue reading ECpE alum Mansoor Sarwar inspires the future as UET Vice Chancellor

EPRC Director Anne Kimber: Generating a better world for all

Anne Kimber is an innovator and leader of electric power and energy-related fields. As the Director of the Electric Power Research Center (EPRC) within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University, her level of expertise is valuable and seemingly limitless. EPRC works to promote and expand electric power and energy-related research … Continue reading EPRC Director Anne Kimber: Generating a better world for all

ECpE professors receive $1 million NSF grant for data-driven vision of future power grids

Driving along the highway, most people have seen parts of the U.S. power grid in the form of tall, metal towers carrying power lines. These power lines are transmitting much of the electricity we use daily to power microwaves, refrigerators, washers, dryers and more. But with this vast amount of electricity and power, many components … Continue reading ECpE professors receive $1 million NSF grant for data-driven vision of future power grids

Iowa State University ranked among Best Online Master’s in Electrical Engineering

Iowa State University’s online master’s in electrical engineering program, housed within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) at ISU, was recently ranked as seventh in the top 10 best online master’s in electrical engineering programs in the United States, according to OnlineSchoolsReport. OnlineSchoolsReport used six data points to judge which programs are the … Continue reading Iowa State University ranked among Best Online Master’s in Electrical Engineering

Three new faculty join the ECpE department

Three new faculty have joined the College of Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering: Md Maruf Ahamed, assistant professor; Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer, research associate professor; and Hugo N. Villegas-Pico, assistant professor.

MSE’s Thuo makes cover of Advanced Functional Materials

Martin Thuo, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, and his team have been featured on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Advanced Functional Materials for their recent publication, “Heat-Free Fabrication of Metallic Interconnects for Flexible/Wearable Devices.” Thuo and his team have developed a heat-free way to make metallic conductive interconnects, which are … Continue reading MSE’s Thuo makes cover of Advanced Functional Materials