Something unique was in the Parks Library lobby Saturday — a 64-square foot chessboard with 25-inch kings. Chess to Impress is part of a campus-wide campaign with a goal of raising $415,000 this year for the United Way, a local branch of a nationwide relief program.
The life and career of Aziz Fouad (PhDEE ’56), distinguished professor emeritus of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State, was celebrated during an honorary symposium July 7 at the Memorial Union. Friends, family and colleagues joined in the Campanile Room to honor Professor Fouad and welcome him back to campus. “Whether … Continue reading ECpE hosts honorary symposium for Aziz Fouad
A group of Iowa State faculty, staff, and students visited Garmin International in Olathe, Kan. late last year. The trip, led by Anson Marston Distinguished Professor and Palmer Endowed Department Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering David Jiles, included a number of Garmin Scholars and several representatives from the Iowa State College of Engineering and … Continue reading ISU Group Visits Garmin Headquarters
Ravi Hadimani, Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was awarded the International Young Scientist Fellowship by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). Hadimani will receive funding to travel to China and conduct research at the State Key Laboratory of Electronic Thin Films and Integrated Devices, and the University of … Continue reading ECpE Researcher Awarded International Young Scientist Fellowship
The Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust of Muscatine, Iowa, recently committed $395,280 over a two-year period to establish a laboratory for brain stimulation research at Iowa State University. “We believe this is an important area with a range of likely beneficial impacts for health care,” said David C. Jiles, principal investigator for the project, and … Continue reading Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust funds brain stimulation research
Last fall, Iowa State University Palmer Department Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Anson Marston Distinguished Professor David C. Jiles announced a groundbreaking research and development partnership between Iowa State University and the Steptoe Group, LLC. The partnership focuses on bioengineering of new diagnostic and treatment interventions in several brain disorders. The joint R&D … Continue reading Iowa State, Steptoe Group partner to treat brain disorders
From opening to close, the month of October brought a rush of activity to the College of Engineering and across campus. Family Weekend (October 1–2) hinted of the flurry to come as the college’s tailgating tents overflowed with guests—and a big win over Texas Tech didn’t hurt, either. What followed was a series of events … Continue reading October roundup
The College of Engineering at Iowa State University has announced that David Jiles will serve as the Palmer Department Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE). Jiles, director of the Wolfson Centre for Magnetics and professor of magnetics at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, is making his return to Iowa State. He was named … Continue reading Jiles returns to Iowa State to lead electrical and computer engineering