Dr. Valery Levitas, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering and Vance Coffman Faculty Chair Professor in Aerospace Engineering, was honored in a special symposium in Panama City, Panama. Arranged by Aerospace Engineering assistant professor Liming Xiong and Dr. George Voyiadjis of Louisiana State University, it was held as part of the 25th International Conference on … Continue reading Symposium to honor Valery Levitas is part of Panama plasticity conference
Iowa State University’s graduate program in industrial and manufacturing systems engineering climbed four spots from last year, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News and World Report. The 2020 Best Graduate School Rankings gave Iowa State’s industrial engineering graduate program a score of 3.0 (on a scale of 5.0) which ranks 24th nationally, tied … Continue reading Iowa State’s IMSE grad program climbs four spots in 2020 rankings
Davide Bigoni of the University of Trento, Italy will be a special guest of the Department of Aerospace Engineering. He will present “Folding of Elastic Solids and Eshelby Forces in Elastic Rods.” The presentation is part of the Midwest Mechanics Seminar Series. It examines a process rarely encountered in nature but is common in mechanics … Continue reading Davide Bigoni, University of Trento, to present AerE seminar
ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Assistant Dean of Research, Egg Industry Center Director and Distinguished Professor Hongwei Xin leaves Iowa State after accepting the position of dean for agricultural research at the University of Tennessee. Xin’s research at ISU focused on air quality related to animal feeding operations. Some of his current projects … Continue reading ISU CALS Assistant Dean of Research Hongwei Xin leaves ISU after 25 years
More than 250 Iowa State researchers came together to celebrate their work while exploring the work of their peers at the third-annual ISU Research Day on March 28. ISU Research Day is designed to give Iowa State faculty and researchers an opportunity to interact outside their disciplines, enjoy research work that they don’t usually get … Continue reading Researchers share, discover, create new collaborations at ISU Research Day
Friends, family memorialize efforts of late ISU civil engineering faculty member Not many people say they have a passion for Portland Cement Concrete Pavement, but James (Jim) Cable did. The Iowa State University (ISU) civil engineering professor was a dedicated teacher and researcher. It’s this dedication that family, friends and industry partners want to memorialize … Continue reading Professor’s passion for civil engineering lives on through generous scholarship
Julie Rursch, lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University, is one of many inspiring women at Iowa State. Rursch and 71 other selected women at ISU are a part of Cardinal Women, a university group specifically for women focusing on leadership development in both personal and professional settings. Cardinal … Continue reading ECpE’s Cardinal Woman: Julie Rursch
Danielle Munsch graduated with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural systems technology in May 2016. What she likes most about her career? “I enjoy the diversity of projects and working with different departments daily. I am constantly learning new applications and administrative techniques to improve processes.”
At the 57thAnnual Quad City Engineering & Science Council (QCESC) Banquet on Thursday, February 21, the 10-year partnership between the QCESC, Putnam Museum and ISU College of Engineering Community Outreach was recognized for the Engineering Kids Camps that take place each July. Members of QCESC who work for John Deere donated funds from the John … Continue reading John Deere employees donate funds for QCESC summer camps
Raised on a farm in Monona County in western Iowa, Larry Buss earned a degree in ag engineering from Iowa State University. Before graduating in 1968, he worked three summers for the Soil Conservation Service in Sioux City. After graduation, he worked for the U.S. Navy in California for two years as an engineer, and then took a job with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Omaha, Neb. All of this enabled Larry to “come home.”
Namrata Vaswani, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and courtesy professor in Mathematics at Iowa State University, has recently received a prestigious award from her alma mater, the University of Maryland, College Park. Vaswani’s award, the 2019 ECE Distinguished Alumni Award, was presented to Vaswani due to her exemplary contributions to … Continue reading ECpE’s Vaswani receives ECE Distinguished Alumni Award from University of Maryland
Quality Matters certification of Civil Engineering 501: Preconstruction Project Engineering and Management guarantees highest standard of online learning for graduate students The course Civil Engineering (CE) 501: Preconstruction Project Engineering and Management is the newest Iowa State University (ISU) online course to earn Quality Matters (QM) certification. Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process … Continue reading Construction engineering faculty earn prestigious Quality Matters certification for preconstruction course
Three Iowa State University Cyclone Engineers have been selected for 2019 National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER). CAREER awards are the NSF’s most prestigious awards given to early-career faculty. The program aims to build a firm foundation for leadership in integrating research and education. Leifur Leifsson, assistant professor of aerospace engineering, Matthew Panthani, assistant professor chemical and biological engineering, and Soumik Sarkar, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, join 11 other active CAREER awards in the College of Engineering.
The Sukup name holds weight at Iowa State University and across the state of Iowa. Driving along I-80, silos with the Sukup name stand tall across the rolling farm fields. At Iowa State, students recognize the name from career fairs, Sukup Hall and the Sukup Atrium in the Biorenewables Complex. An involved alumnus, part-time faculty member … Continue reading Charles Sukup receives 2019 4-H Foundation Legacy Awards outstanding alum recognition
Cyclone Engineering undergraduates will present research posters at the Iowa Statehouse at the 14th annual Research in the Capitol event on April 1. Research in the Capitol highlights the important research being conducted by undergraduate students across the state. Students will interact with elected officials, university administrators and news media, discussing the impact their research could have on Iowa, the nation and the world.