An alternative electrode material for brain implants has been shown to be MRI compatible and more durable compared to metal implants.
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Since its inception in 1961, the College of Engineering has evolved into a top choice for serious engineering students and researchers from all over the globe. We deliver broad-spectrum, world-class engineering education, combined with practical research experience. Our students can choose among seven bachelor’s, and a number of master’s and joint doctoral degree programs.
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SDSU Engineering students and faculty are advancing wildfire, water and flora research at Alvarado Creek.
Dr. Joseph Katz, SDSU Aerospace Engineering Professor, has studied airplane crash reports for over 30 years and provides his analysis on what caused Boeing's 737 Max crashes.
Alumnus Paul Stuverud ('71 BSEE and '76 MSEE) has made a gift to establish the "Paul
Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship."
The Mendenhall's are long time donors to SDSU with their first gift of $15 in 1975.
Their generous giving makes an impact campus wide.
Daisy Galeana, Regional Technical Manager Latin America for Solar Turbines, and Theresa
M. Garcia, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, have made a joint gift to the College
Tyler Perez, an Air Force Veteran, is the SDSU student to receive the honor this year.
10 students from SDSU Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program attended the 8th Annual Solar Turbines Training Academy.
Two teams of students from the SDSU Environmental Engineering Program were the first SDSU students to compete in the statewide CWEA Design Competition.