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

Latest News

Rick Miller

Richard K. Miller to serve as inaugural distinguished speaker on Thursday, November 12

Join the College of Engineering as we welcome our inaugural Iowa Engineering Distinguished Speaker, Richard K. Miller, for a day of roundtable discussions and a seminar focused on the current challenges facing engineering education. Read more.


NADS awarded nearly $1.5M funding to further study transition of control in automated vehicles

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently granted the University of Iowa National Advanced Driving Simulator a $1.45 million award to further study transition of control in automated vehicles in a simulation environment. Read more.

100-Day Message

Dean Nembhard's 100-Day Message

Dean Harriet Nembhard reflects on what she has learned from the first 100 days in her role and her hopes for the future. Read more.


IIHR Director Villarini named editor-in-chief for Advances in Water Resources

Professor Gabriele Villarini, director of IIHR—Hydroscience and Engineering, has been named editor-in-chief for the leading journal Advances in Water Resources. Read more.

Plane Cockpit

OPL testing contributes to better aircraft avionics and two separate awards

The Operator Performance Lab (OPL) has been involved in the design and flight testing of civilian and military avionics systems for over 20 years. In the civilian avionics domain, OPL developed and commercialized a Synthetic Vision System (SVS) that has over 10,000 units flying worldwide. OPL was recently honored for the latest efforts in this long line of work. Read more.

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Join us for Research Open House and Research Week Nov. 2-7

Research Open House is going virtual this fall. Check the website to learn about other Research Week events, and stay tuned for the public poster presentation schedule. Read more.

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