Father and son engineering team Wendell and Brian Sander both used their various degrees from Iowa State University to make a lasting impact in Silicon Valley, on devices we use every day.
Matthew Swift, Composites Manager for Team PrISUm and a senior in materials engineering, discusses day one of dynamic scrutineering, his role as a driver for the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, and his impressions of the event
Nathan Coonrod, Assistant Electrical Director for Team PrISUm and a senior in electrical engineering, discusses day two of dynamic scrutineering at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, his role on the team’s electrical unit, and the importance of the team’s sponsors.
Lucas Ince, Strategy Manager for Team PrISUm and a senior in computer engineering, discusses today’s scrutineering test for the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, and his impressions thus far about the team’s trip down under.
Tom Burtnett, Structures Manager for Team PrISUm and a senior in mechanical engineering, discusses his role as a driver for the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, what he learned after a day of test driving, and his impressions thus far about the team’s trip down under.
Representatives from Team PrISUm sponsors Boing and Rockwell Collins discuss their impressions of the newest solar car: “Penumbra.”
Mechanical engineering students and Team PrISUm members Dylan Neal and Sarah Leahy discuss the newest model of their solar car: “Penumbra.”
Mechanical engineering graduate Nick Hasto (BSME’17), ME senior Sarah Pinkerton, and Ames High senior Rucha Kelkar (daughter of ME professor Atul Kelkar) discuss their involvement in the Ames/Story County/Iowa State University chapter of FIRST Robotics Team Neutrino. Pinkerton, who is also an alumna of Ames High, was on the founding team in 2012. For more … Continue reading FIRST Robotics Team Neutrino
PrISUm Solar Car Team president and mechanical engineering student Dylan Neal along with Iowa governor Kim Reynolds discuss PrISUm’s newest model – Penumbra – during a public event at the Iowa state capitol in Des Moines on June 15, 2017.
Lu Li (BSME’15) discusses his recently-opened restaurant Grandpa Noodle Gallery, how he applies his ME skills to running a business, and why he and his wife chose Ames as the location for their restaurant. For more info, visit https://www.facebook.com/grandpanoodlegallery/
Mechanical engineering senior lecturer Jackie Baughman discusses what students worked on in the final week of the Manufacturing Engineering Lab course (ME 324L) during the summer session.
During the afternoon session of SWE University on July 12, 2017, participants learned about mechanical engineering. ME senior lecturer Jim Heise presented on what a mechanical engineer does and also discussed the role of some significant women in science and engineering throughout history.
The departments of mechanical engineering and civil, construction, and environmental engineering have teamed up with other departments on campus for the Campanile-Carillon Model Project which aims to build a miniature, mobile version of the iconic Iowa State landmark. For more information visit http://music.iastate.edu/carillon/campmodel/ and https://news.engineering.iastate.edu/2017/04/17/me-ccee-other-departments-team-up-for-campanile-model-project/