ECpE’s Jacobson consulted on safety of Bitcoin

Iowa State University’s electrical and computer engineering Professor Doug Jacobson was featured in article published on WalletHub.com. The article, which discussed whether Bitcoin is safe or not, features several professional opinions, including Jacobson’s. Bitcoin is a type of digital currency that uses encryption techniques to regulate the units of currency and verify the transfer of … Continue reading ECpE’s Jacobson consulted on safety of Bitcoin

Iowa State Computer and Software Engineering ranked nationally

Iowa State University has a strong reputation for leading the pack nationally in engineering. Recently, that reputation was recognized by two different organizations. Guide to Online Schools, an independent online research group, ranked Iowa State Computer Engineering number one for their online master’s program. The rankings were based on affordability, academic strength and more. This placed … Continue reading Iowa State Computer and Software Engineering ranked nationally

Senior in ECpE is selected for 2017 Future Founders Fellowship

Each year, the non-profit organization Future Founders select the top student entrepreneurs in the nation. Iowa State University’s very own Brendon Geils, senior in electrical engineering, has been named one of the 17 entrepreneurs who were selected to participate in the 2017 fellowship. Geils co-founded Sodima Solutions, which is a chat technology company with a … Continue reading Senior in ECpE is selected for 2017 Future Founders Fellowship

Govindarasu co-authors published article on cybersecurity of the power grid

This month, Electrical and Computer Engineering Mehl Professor Manimaran Govindarasu was a contributing author to the recently published article “Cybersecurity of the power grid: A growing challenge.” The piece was first published on The Conversation, a website publishing news from the academic and research community, and discusses the emerging threat to the U.S. electricity grid’s … Continue reading Govindarasu co-authors published article on cybersecurity of the power grid

Innovative research in microfluidic soil sensor featured on front cover of journal

Iowa State University is no stranger to innovative research, and Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Liang Dong has proven just that. Dong’s research, which has been recently featured on the front cover of the journal Lab on a Chip, is about the development of tiny sensors helping farmers keep amounts of fertilizer under control in … Continue reading Innovative research in microfluidic soil sensor featured on front cover of journal

Racing to the future: Students collaborate to design vehicles using augmented reality

When most of us drive our cars, we’re busy thinking about what’s on the radio, what we’re making for dinner and, hopefully, the other drivers and pedestrians around us. Most likely, we aren’t thinking about the elaborate computer systems keeping our vehicles running smoothly and safely. And thankfully, we don’t have to think about the … Continue reading Racing to the future: Students collaborate to design vehicles using augmented reality

ECE alumnus Greg Casey now a board member of the PCI-SIG

Greg Casey (MBA, ECE) now serves on the Board of Directors for Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG). Casey works as a Senior Architect and Strategist in the Server CTO team of Dell/EMC. He has worked with technologies such as T11 Fiber Channel Technical, IEFT Task Force, and GenZ. To read more about Casey, visit … Continue reading ECE alumnus Greg Casey now a board member of the PCI-SIG

ECpE professor promoted to AIUM Fellow

This past October, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) recognized individuals who have contributed to the field of medical, scientific or engineering work-related ultrasound. Iowa State University Associate Professor Timothy Bigelow was honored by being promoted to an AIUM Fellow. Bigelow was nominated by existing fellow members and has been a senior member … Continue reading ECpE professor promoted to AIUM Fellow

Iowa State ECpE researchers to collaborate on cybersecurity defense research

This month, researchers from Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) will work with a team from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to conduct cybersecurity defense research, thanks to a contract from U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), awarded to the National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI). The two universities will collaborate with cybersecurity industry consultants … Continue reading Iowa State ECpE researchers to collaborate on cybersecurity defense research

College inspires innovation

The Exploratory Research Projects program at Iowa State’s College of Engineering is supporting faculty members as they gather preliminary data for high-risk, high-impact, novel research ideas. This spring, seven projects will receive grants to explore new research areas: Vikram Dalal, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor and Whitney Professor of electrical and computer engineering, “Novel material for efficient … Continue reading College inspires innovation

ECpE Professor wins IEEE Award for contributions to Optical Networks

This past December during the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Globecom 2016 conference, Iowa State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering professor, Ahmed Kamal, was awarded by the IEEE Communications Society Optical Networking Technical Committee (ONTC) for his contributions to optical networks. The IEEE Communications Society ONTC recognized the significance of the contributions made … Continue reading ECpE Professor wins IEEE Award for contributions to Optical Networks