College of Engineering News • Iowa State University

Two ECpE professors named IEEE Fellows

Based on their excellent contributions to electrical and computer engineering research, two Iowa State Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) professors have been named 2012 Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Chris Chu, associate professor, and Ahmed Kamal, professor, officially join the ranks of the distinguished IEEE Fellows in January 2012. The …Continue reading “Two ECpE professors named IEEE Fellows”

Alleman selected as ASCE Fellow

With 40 years of experience in environmental engineering, James Alleman has been given one of the highest recognitions a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) can receive. Alleman, a civil, construction and environmental engineering (CCEE) professor at Iowa State, was among the five percent of distinguished ASCE members named as Fellows this …Continue reading “Alleman selected as ASCE Fellow”

Gschneidner named MRS Fellow

Karl Gschneidner’s passion for research in rare earth metals is as strong now as it was nearly 60 years ago when he began working with these materials. He says it’s exciting science that allows him to make new discoveries often, with each finding enticing him to come back to see what the next day will …Continue reading “Gschneidner named MRS Fellow”

Computer engineering students receive IBM PhD fellowships

      Ames, Iowa — For the fifth time in the past seven years, IBM has awarded PhD fellowships to Iowa State ECpE students. This year, two computer engineering PhD students—Cory Kleinheksel of Wilton, Iowa, and Joseph Idziorek of Duluth, Minn.—each have been awarded an IBM PhD Fellowship for the 2011-12 academic year. The …Continue reading “Computer engineering students receive IBM PhD fellowships”