Category: Students

Robots without borders

Hans Mueller, sophomore in industrial engineering, has taken his passion for FRIST Robotics worldwide, working with the U.N. to create Robots Without Borders.

Apply now for the 2019 Spaceflight Operations Workshop

Not every summer opportunity for college students involves skydiving, scuba dive certification and wilderness expeditions; but those who have those opportunities and more on their to-do list are submitting their applications now (click here) for the 2019 edition of the Department of Aerospace Engineering’s Spaceflight Operations WorkshopTM (SOW) August 7-18. The application period is open … Continue reading Apply now for the 2019 Spaceflight Operations Workshop

ME grad student receives industry award

A mechanical engineering graduate student has been recognized by an international optical component manufacturer for his research on microplastic contamination in water. Anthony LoCurto, a Ph.D. candidate in ME, is a recipient of Edmund Optics’ (EO) 2018 Education Award. The “award is given in recognition of outstanding undergraduate and graduate optics programs in science, technology, … Continue reading ME grad student receives industry award

Research spotlight set for spring semester CBE Grad Seminar Series

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) is pleased to announce the new lineup of guest presenters for spring semester in its Graduate Seminar Series. Noted researchers and educators from institutions around the nation, including Iowa State, will make their way to Sweeney Hall throughout the semester to share their expertise in a variety … Continue reading Research spotlight set for spring semester CBE Grad Seminar Series

Congrats to ECpE’s four IEEE scholarship winners

Four Iowa State University students, senior in electrical engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering recently received a $2,000 scholarship each from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Power and Energy Society. These four students, Yue Chen, Zachee Saleng, Connor Smith and Rebecca Franzen were chosen based on their academic performance … Continue reading Congrats to ECpE’s four IEEE scholarship winners

MSE graduate student Dohgyu Hwang receives Go for the Gold Award

Dohgyu Hwang, graduate student at Iowa State University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), is this year’s recipient of the Melba and Karl Gschneidner Go for the Gold Award. The award, presented by the MSE department, was established by Ames Laboratory senior metallurgist Karl Gschneidner, Jr., with the honorarium he received as recipient of … Continue reading MSE graduate student Dohgyu Hwang receives Go for the Gold Award

Two MSE students receive ISU Graduate College Research and Teaching Excellence Awards

Zhongming Fan and Ayuna Tsyrenova, graduate students at Iowa State University‘s Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), recently received awards for their work: The Iowa State Graduate College Research Excellence Award and Teaching Excellence Award, respectively. The research award recognizes graduate students for outstanding research accomplishments as documented in their theses and dissertations, while the … Continue reading Two MSE students receive ISU Graduate College Research and Teaching Excellence Awards

ECpE Senior Design teams win big

1st Place: Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based Sensing System for Soil Conditions Monitoring David Severson, Kyle Kehoe, Nathan Coonrod, Sok Yan Poon, Jacob Verheyen Adviser: Shuo Yang & Dr. Yang Zhang Currently, measuring changes and gathering data on soil moisture and temperature is not only expensive, but also occasionally unreliable. But this senior design t eam … Continue reading ECpE Senior Design teams win big

ME students preparing to become tomorrow’s toymakers

With the holidays right around the corner, a pair of mechanical engineering students hope that they can one day spread the holiday cheer through their passion to design children’s toys. Madeline Turner, a senior in ME, and Lucille Murphy, a sophomore, are at different stages in their academic careers but the duo share the goal … Continue reading ME students preparing to become tomorrow’s toymakers

Micro-g NExT team selected for testing phase of NASA design competition

Iowa State University’s Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Team (Micro-g NExT) has been selected to advance to Phase II of the NASA design competition. Micro-g NExT challenges undergraduate students to design, build and test a tool or device that addresses a real-life space exploration challenge. Iowa State’s team has been selected to conduct test operations in the simulated microgravity environment at the NASA Johnson Space Center Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.

ME students receive Research and Teaching Excellence Awards

Congrats to the following ME graduate students who were recognized by ISU’s Graduate College with the Research Excellence (REx) and Teaching Excellence (TEx) Awards:   Jake Lindstrom (REx) Sayani Maity (TEx) Heather Muchowski (TEx) Ryan Ogren (TEx) Mohammadkazem Sadoughi (REx) Srilok Srinivasan (REx) Cheng-Hao Wu (REx)

Three IE students part of champion broomball team

Three industrial engineering students were part of Iowa State’s champion intramural broomball team which nabbed the title last month. Those students were Audrey Fyock, a student in the concurrent B.S. in IE / MBA program; Courtney Middelkoop, a first year student in the IE masters program; and Ashley Swift, a student in the concurrent B.S. … Continue reading Three IE students part of champion broomball team

Iowa State’s online masters program ranks 21st

Iowa State University’s online masters program in mechanical engineering is among the top 25 in the nation, according to onlinesmasters.com. ISU’s online masters of engineering (MEng) degree ranked 21st on the list of the Best Master’s in Mechanical Engineering Programs for 2019. “We are pleased to be recognized by onlinemasters.com for our online masters of … Continue reading Iowa State’s online masters program ranks 21st