College of Engineering News • Iowa State University

Bridgestone World Solar Challenge: Final Day

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – PrISUm Solar Car finished the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in classic Iowa State style: blasting Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” as they crossed the finish line in South Australia’s capital city. The team finished the 3021-kilometer journey around 2 p.m. local time on Friday. The day began in Port Augusta and the …Continue reading “Bridgestone World Solar Challenge: Final Day”

PrISUm: From all over the media, to all over Iowa

Iowa State’s student solar car team is making a big impact PrISUm’s newest solar car, Penumbra, has made a big splash since it was unveiled last week. From the Iowa State Daily and the Ames Tribune to Channel 13 WHO News out of Des Moines, media all around central Iowa have been telling the exciting …Continue reading “PrISUm: From all over the media, to all over Iowa”

Project Director and innovative student leader of MSE guides PrISUm to completion of the world’s first solar utility vehicle

Materials Engineering senior, Matt Goode, from Coggon, Iowa has been leading over 100 students within PrISUm, the solar car team at Iowa State University, in developing the world’s first solar utility vehicle (SUV) named Penumbra. This vehicle will compete in the cruiser class of the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge to race across the Australian …Continue reading “Project Director and innovative student leader of MSE guides PrISUm to completion of the world’s first solar utility vehicle”

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