Given her background in food and agricultural engineering, recently hired mechanical engineering associate professor Carmen Gomes feels that she’s bringing something unique to the department. “I believe I can bring my expertise when it comes to chemistry, biology, and interactions with interfaces in materials to the mechanical engineering world,” she said. Gomes excelled at biology, …Continue reading “ME’s Gomes brings her expertise in food safety to ag-focused Iowa”
Shan Jiang, a new assistant professor in materials science and engineering, is pioneering new technology in nano-engineering and biomaterials. Jiang received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois and held a post-doc at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). After he finished his post-doc, Jiang went into the industry for one of the largest chemical …Continue reading “MSE assistant professor develops self-assembling particle”
Recent mechanical engineering grad is advancing his experience in research at UC Berkeley When Payton Goodrich participated in his high school’s robotics program, his passion for mechanical engineering ignited. The Minneapolis native brought that energy to Iowa State and excelled in the classroom and in research projects. Now, he’s starting his Ph.D. at UC Berkeley, …Continue reading “Building a strong foundation in innovation”
His research may involve working with small particles, but Jaime Juarez, an assistant professor in mechanical engineering, has big plans.
Monica Lamm, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering, together with Iowa State chemistry professors Mark Gordon and Theresa Windus, are featured in the fall issue of access, the research magazine of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications based at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The story is about their work to …Continue reading “Lamm featured for supercomputer work”