Engineering Professors Ketul Popat and Pinar Omur-Ozbek are teaching courses on biomedical and water challenges, respectively, to help students learn more about the world around them.
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NOAA awarded 12 Colorado State University researchers more than $3.1 million for improving how satellites show smoke plumes, using AI to predict precipitation, and evaluating how individual storms could change with climate intervention.
The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering seems to be doing something right when it comes to supporting international students and encouraging students to study abroad.
A new paper by Mostafa Yourdkhani details 3D printing techniques for manufacturing complex, unsupported shapes in carbon composite materials.
“We aim to understand how these solutions can improve efficiencies in emissions measurement and reporting to aid the industry in reducing its footprint,” Clay Bell, a research scientist at CSU. (Casper Star-Tribune)
“It is easy to set up a thermometer, but not to log the wind,” said Noah Newman, a research coordinator with the climate center. (The Colorado Sun)
Engineering Source talked with a few Electrical and Computer Engineering students about opportunity to showcase their hard work in person at E-Days on Friday, April 22.
Engineering Source talked with a few students on the SnifTek team, one of the venture-funded senior design projects, about the opportunity to showcase their hard work in person at E-Days on Friday, April 22.
The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering boasts alumni as well as faculty and staff who were athletes in college.
Todd Bandhauer, now a mechanical engineering professor, knows the pressures of being an engineering student-athlete, and is now giving back by helping students facing those pressures.