What makes a well-rounded engineer? Ask graduating senior Nick Daly, this year’s winner of the coveted Colorado Engineering Council, or CEC, Silver Medal, one of the most prestigious awards an engineering student can receive.
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John Crowell is experiencing college the second time around, while raising his year-old daughter, Ellen, with his wife, Dana.
As a team member of the Mars 2020 mission that landed the Perseverance rover on February 18, 2021, Beauchamp is the test lead for the Terminal Descent Sensor, a six-antenna radar used to measure the range and velocity of the landing system relative to the surface.
Professor Steve Reising will use a $1.2M NASA Advanced Component Technology grant to develop new microwave calibration techniques for CubeSats – a next generation technology that could transform weather prediction by enabling more frequent measurements of Earth’s atmosphere by constellations of CubeSats.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Sudeep Pasricha has earned one of the highest honors from the world’s largest computing society.
Electrical Engineering Professor Randy Bartels is leading new research in optical and biomedical microscopy aimed at improving lives and fighting disease.
Inside Colorado State University’s Advanced Beam Laboratory, researchers are using an ultra-intense laser system to recreate extreme conditions that only exist in the astrophysical world.
CSU’s Advanced Beam Laboratory, in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, is part of the LaserNet US network.
University Distinguished Teaching Scholar Branislav Notaros has been selected to serve as president of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, or ACES.
TEMPEST-D – short for Temporal Experiment for Storms and Tropical Systems – Demonstration – observed Hurricane Laura as a Category 3 hurricane approaching the Gulf Coast of Louisiana on Wednesday morning, August 26, at 9 a.m. MDT.