This year, Iowa State University received nearly $10 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help improve diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Within Iowa State’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) department, $5 million over the next five years will go toward creating 272 individual NSF Scholarships for students from Iowa State, Des Moines …Continue reading “$4 million grant gives opportunities to women in STEM fields”
Each year, the non-profit organization Future Founders select the top student entrepreneurs in the nation. Iowa State University’s very own Brendon Geils, senior in electrical engineering, has been named one of the 17 entrepreneurs who were selected to participate in the 2017 fellowship. Geils co-founded Sodima Solutions, which is a chat technology company with a …Continue reading “Senior in ECpE is selected for 2017 Future Founders Fellowship”
Greg Casey (MBA, ECE) now serves on the Board of Directors for Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG). Casey works as a Senior Architect and Strategist in the Server CTO team of Dell/EMC. He has worked with technologies such as T11 Fiber Channel Technical, IEFT Task Force, and GenZ. To read more about Casey, visit …Continue reading “ECE alumnus Greg Casey now a board member of the PCI-SIG”
The Exploratory Research Projects program at Iowa State’s College of Engineering is supporting faculty members as they gather preliminary data for high-risk, high-impact, novel research ideas. This spring, seven projects will receive grants to explore new research areas: Vikram Dalal, Anson Marston Distinguished Professor and Whitney Professor of electrical and computer engineering, “Novel material for efficient …Continue reading “College inspires innovation”
Iowa State’s Zhaoyu Wang has four grants supporting his work to develop a smarter, more reliable power grid. His work includes developing a tool that will help utility companies recover from natural disasters, modeling power demand down to the level of homes and businesses, studying cascading power outages and investigating an advanced business model that helps manage the power system’s risks and uncertainties.
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Hall of Fame will soon grow by two with the upcoming inductions of ISU alumni Dr. Michael D. Brady and Gayle A. Roberts, P.E. Brady will be officially recognized as part of the department’s annual Honors and Awards Banquet November 4; Roberts will be officially recognized at a …Continue reading “CBE Hall of Fame to induct ISU alums Brady, Roberts”
This year’s Best Student Paper Award in the Microfluidics, BioMEMS, and Medical Microsystems section of SPIE Photonics West (BIOS) was presented to Iowa State graduate students and faculty for their presentation, “Transfer molding processes for nanoscale patterning of poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) films.” This is a collaborative project being performed in ECpE and the Microelectronics Research …Continue reading “Best Student Paper Award at Photonics West 2016”
Growing up in northeast Iowa, Brittany Duffy, a senior in electrical engineering, is about to embark on the next part of her adventure as a chip integration engineer with IBM.
Electrical and computer engineering assistant professor explores how information security and privacy intersect with data science As emerging systems such as social media and mobile computing continue to improve access to information like a map to your next destination or ways to keep up with your family’s activities, these tools offer a growing range of benefits and …Continue reading “Neil Gong: Securing data in electronic systems”