Steve Conrad brought the Water-Energy Integrated Systems Urban Design Challenge to CSU as part of his goal to apply systems thinking to Colorado’s water-energy problems in urban environments.
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Systems engineering master’s student Somayeh Aliebrahimi developed driving simulations with programmed cyberattacks to observe how people respond to these scenarios in autonomous driving mode.
For the second time in three years, the distance education master’s programs in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering are recognized and ranked by U.S. News and World Report.
With a steadily growing Ph.D. program, the Department of Systems Engineering continues to equip students with systems engineering skills in response to industry demand.
Using real-world data from utility companies and electric vehicle manufacturers, two systems engineering professors are developing models of energy use, cost, environmental impact, and adoption of electrified medium-duty and heavy-duty vehicles.
Systems engineering master’s student and ILC Dover project engineer James Kirwan implements systems thinking to ensure the successful design of new space suits.
Systems and ECE are joining the Department of Atmospheric Science in no longer requiring Graduate Record Examination scores as part of the application for admission into their graduate programs.
Assistant Professor Dan Herber is working alongside researchers NREL to remove barriers to future hydrokinetic energy development as part of a $1,200,000 ARPA-E grant for the ARPA-E SHARKS program.
Systems engineering Ph.D. student Paulo Younse, a robotics engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, helped develop the sealing mechanism for the sample tubes Perseverance carries.
Colorado State University researchers have developed modeling software that could help the building industry compare electrical performance to improve energy efficiency.