Nine Cyclone Engineers received top alumni awards at the Iowa State University Alumni Association 2017 Honors and Awards Ceremony. ANSON MARSTON MEDAL by the College of Engineering Dr. James L. Melsa, electrical engineering ‘60, Naperville, Ill. James L. Melsa, dean emeritus of the ISU College of Engineering, is a distinguished scholar, an award-winning educator, and a visionary corporate …Continue reading “Cyclone Engineers honored at Homecoming alumni awards ceremony”
Ryan Harms, the College of Engineering’s executive director of development, talks about Iowa State University’s comprehensive fundraising campaign and what it means for the college’s students, faculty and staff. Making a difference at Iowa State means making a difference in the world. Our students, faculty and staff are committed to solving daunting challenges that will …Continue reading “Forever True, For Iowa State”
Iowa State University set another record for external funding, attracting $425.8 million for the fiscal year that ended June 30. A big part of the record year was unprecedented funding of $252.5 million to support research projects. Those projects include work in data-driven science, resilience of plants and animals in response to climate change, next-generation education programs and advanced manufacturing.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory will be the home of a new research consortium for the discovery and development of more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient refrigeration technologies, sponsored by DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). The consortium, named CaloriCoolTM, will pursue the development of alternative forms of refrigeration technologies, called caloric cooling, in partnership with the private sector and universities.
Mr. Eugene G. Sukup is founder of Sukup Manufacturing Co., the largest family-owned, full-line grain drying and storage equipment manufacturer. As an entrepreneur and civic-minded philanthropist, he has made many groundbreaking contributions to state, national and global agriculture. Mr. Sukup and his wife, Mary, established Sukup Manufacturing Co. in 1963 with its first product, the …Continue reading “Eugene Sukup: Fall 2015 Honorary Degree Recipient”
Iowa State University, in partnership with many state and national organizations, is one step closer to commercializing bio-polymers. More than 200 Iowa State faculty, staff and students, as well as university corporate and government partners, celebrated the dedication of the $5.3 million Bio-Polymer Processing Facility August 26. The new facility at Iowa State’s BioCentury Research …Continue reading “Iowa State, industry partners dedicate $5.3M biopolymers pilot plant”
Two educational institutions will work together to help Dubuque-area advanced manufacturing companies. Northeast Iowa Community College and Iowa State University Center for Industrial Research and Service (CIRAS) recently partnered to provide a single point of contact for manufacturers to help them find programs and support services to reach their long-term goals.
By Josh Hoff, Electrical Apparatus Magazine Original article: Bringing the customer closer to the design process Janis Terpenny, department chair of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at Iowa State University’s College of Engineering, is a driving force behind the College of Engineering’s role as a tier 1 partner in the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation …Continue reading “DMDII featured in March issue of Electrical Apparatus Magazine”
Three industrial engineering departments are partners in a new digital manufacturing and design innovation national institute, and Janis Terpenny couldn’t be more pleased. Terpenny, the Joseph Walkup Professor and Department Chair of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at Iowa State University, is the technical lead for the advanced manufacturing enterprise area in the newly awarded …Continue reading “ISU industrial engineers will help new public-private lab design the future”