Iowa State-produced video takes 1st place prize at ASME Fluids Engineering Division summer meeting

A video produced by an Iowa State University research team was awarded first place for the Inaugural Flow Visualization Competition and Prize at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Fluids Engineering Division (FED) summer meeting last week in Hawaii. The research team was led by ME Bergles Professor Ted Heindel along with graduate students Julie … Continue reading Iowa State-produced video takes 1st place prize at ASME Fluids Engineering Division summer meeting

Nano@IAState: Bringing nanoscience and nanomaterial research together at Iowa State

On July 27, 2017 nanoscience and nanomaterial researchers gathered for an event that was first of its kind on the Iowa State University campus. The event, Nano@IAState, was held in the South Ballroom and Sun Room of the Memorial Union. It was an all-day meeting that brought together scientists focused on the synthesis and characterization … Continue reading Nano@IAState: Bringing nanoscience and nanomaterial research together at Iowa State

ME alum named president of Nanyang Technological University

ME alum Subra Suresh has been named president of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore.  Suresh (MSME’79) most recently served as president of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and before that served as director of the National Science Foundation. He holds a Bachelor of Technology degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, in First Class with … Continue reading ME alum named president of Nanyang Technological University

ME alum named general manager of Cedar Falls Utilities

An Iowa State mechanical engineering alum has been named general manager of an Iowa utility company. The Cedar Falls Utilities Board of Trustees selected Steve Bernard (BSME’85) as the company’s next general manager during their June meeting. The Cedar Falls-native will take over the post on January 1, 2018, replacing Jim Krieg who has served … Continue reading ME alum named general manager of Cedar Falls Utilities

Cyclone tight end discusses ME studies in hometown newspaper article

Mechanical engineering sophomore Chase Allen was recently featured in an article published by his hometown newspaper, the Springfield News-Leader. In the article, Allen – a 6-foot-6, 230-pound tight end – discusses a rash of illnesses and injuries that hampered his freshman season and forced him to redshirt. He also discusses his ME studies, where he … Continue reading Cyclone tight end discusses ME studies in hometown newspaper article

ME’s Robert Brown part of new New Carbon Economy Consortium

Robert Brown, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering and director of the Bioeconomy Institute, are part of a “New Carbon Economy” consortium launched by the Center for Carbon Removal in partnership with several research institutions. The initiative has the goal of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and converting it into valuable products and services.