The latest news from the College of Engineering
The latest news from the College of Engineering

Latest News

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CEE Prof. Michelle Scherer named new University Distinguished Chair

The award is one of the highest honors bestowed on faculty at the UI. It recognizes tenured scholars of national and international distinction who are making a significant positive impact within the university, state of Iowa and beyond through teaching, research, and/or scholarship. Read more.

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ME graduate student researcher lands internship at Air Force Research Laboratory

Calvin Kielas-Jensen, a third-year PhD student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has accepted a 10-week internship with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) where he will apply skills integrating, estimating, and controlling autonomous systems learned in the lab and classroom at the University of Iowa to real-world challenges. Read more.

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Fred Stern and co-PI receive three new grants totaling $1.3M from the Office of Naval Research

Professor of Mechanical Engineering Frederick Stern and co-PI Yugo Sanada have received three new grants totaling $1.3M from the Office of Naval Research, including a highly competitive Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) award. Read more.

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Principal Supports Scholarships for Students Studying STEM at Iowa

A donation from Principal invests in the education of Hawkeyes while helping develop a skilled and inclusive workforce for the future. Read more.

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Iowa researchers develop new model using satellite data to measure air pollution from soil

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) are toxic gasses that contribute to surface level ozone, or air pollution, such as smog or acid rain. While NOx traditionally are thought of as emissions from combustion of fossil fuels, such as fuel burned in motor vehicles, scientists believe nitrogen oxides from soil (SNOx) are increasingly responsible for poor ozone air quality, particularly in agricultural areas. Read more.

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ECE PhD student's paper detailing ‘innovative’ cardiac MRI model wins best paper award

Fifth-year University of Iowa PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Qing Zou is on a roll. The graduate research assistant at the Iowa Technology Institute placed first for the Best Paper Award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (IEEE-ISBI) 2021. Read more.

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