Engineering in the News
SDSU Engineers have introduced a breakthrough for a manufacturing technique called sintering.
Every summer for the last three years, Dr. Natalie Mladenov, Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering has been leading a National Science Foundation funded International Research Experience for Students (IRES) project in South Africa on agricultural water reuse systems at the food-energy-water nexus.
SDSU Computer Engineering student, Allison Langley, developed a skin cancer detection app.
On December 1, 2017, SDSU's PLTW hosted its annual Counselor Information Conference with over 60 counselors, administrators, teachers and students attended to learn more about the PLTW curriculum and to share their success with the Program.
Students from local colleges and high schools with a Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement (MESA) program shadowed engineering and science professionals to experience the day at their respective workplace.
The SDSU Rocket Project student organization is a beneficiary of a gift from the National College Resources Foundation.
SDSU Engineering student and Navy veteran, Laura Sandoval, is helping people with spinal cord injuries to regain the use of their arms and legs.
Twelve talented California State University San Diego students descended on downtown Los Angeles in a step towards becoming the diverse leaders of tomorrow's tech and engineering workforce.
By Danielle McNamara | Tuesday, November 7, 2017
The 5th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) was held October 13, 2017 on the SDSU campus. The MARC program in partnership with IMSD initiated the URS years ago in an effort to provide scholars with a platform to practice and develop their presentation skills before presenting their research to larger audiences at local and national conferences.
Will Wiseman is the College of Engineering representative on the Associated Students University Council.
On October 20th, fourteen students from the SDSU Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program attended the 6th Annual Solar Turbines Training Academy organized by Solar Turbines' Caterpillar Latino Connection (CLC).
On October 7th, Project Lead the Way (PLTW) and SDSU's Society of Women's Engineers (SWE) hosted their annual Girls Day Out: High School Edition. This year 40 high school girls from 18 local high schools participated in a day filled with STEM activities, informational presentations, and opportunities to interact with SDSU students and engineering professionals.
Electrical and Computer Engineering doctoral students, Fei Lu and Hua Zhang, received a Student Project Demonstration on Emerging Technology Second Prize Award from IEEE Power Electronics Society for their project “Long Distance Capacitive Power Transfer with One Pair of Metal Plates” at the 2017 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress & Expo.
For a dozen decades, the University's faculty and students have exceeded expectations.
SDSU continues to rise in the U.S. News & World Report's annual rankings. The publication ranked SDSU No. 68 among public universities and No. 140 overall among national universities in its America's Best Colleges list.
The SDSU Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) is a student organization with the goal of guiding Hispanic students interested in entering the science, technology, engineering and science (STEM) fields.
SDSU's annual All-University Convocation is an opportunity to reflect on the University's success and look ahead to the new academic year. This year's awards for Outstanding Faculty Contributions, also known as the Faculty Montys, will be presented. The awardee for the College of Engineering is Dr. Satish Sharma, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Dr. Mahasweta Sarkar is on a mission to create life-changing connections. The SDSU Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is investigating whether biosensors implanted in the brain could transmit signals wirelessly to paralyzed arms in individuals with spinal cord injuries.
SDSU's Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex (EIS) is a centerpiece of the University's drive to become a top 50 public research university. The brand new complex, set to open in January, is built around the idea of fostering collaboration, with cutting-edge labs and equipment, plentiful shared workspaces and glass walls to inspire curiosity.
The future is bright for SDSU's graduating class. College of Engineering students, Anachristina Morino, B.S. Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Business Management and Victor Ortega, B.S. Aerospace Engineering, are highlighted.
By Katie White | Tuesday, May 09, 2017
SDSU announces the 10 most popular degrees for the class of 2017. Mechanical Engineering B.S. degree ranks No. 7.
By SDSU News Team | Friday, May 05, 2017
On April 19, 2017, Northrop Grumman's One Adelante Employee Resource Group and SDSU's Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Program offered a Northrop Grumman Interview Workshop at the SDSU Career Services.
By Eric Pamintuan | Monday, May 1, 2017
On The SDSU Aztec Electric Racing (AER) Team was recently interviewed and featured on the Performance Titanium Group (PTG) website, which is a sponor for the AER Team.
On March 16, 2017, SDSU MESA hosted a group of students from the Ventura College MESA Program. The group was given a tour of the SDSU campus and received an inside look at several student projects and research laboratories in the College of Engineering.
By College of Engineering | Thursday, March 16, 2017
U.S. News & World Report ranked SDSU's Aerospace Engineering program in the College of Engineering No. 7 in California among all universities and No. 37 in the nation.
By SDSU News Team | Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Takeo Kanade who received the 2016 Kyoto Prize is a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University and will speak at SDSU's Montezuma Hall on March 15 at 2 p.m. Kanade has made fundamental contributions to basic theories of computer vision and has introduced a series of innovative applied technologies.
By Katie White | Wednesday, March 01, 2017
The Student Research Symposium will showcase both original scholarly research and creative arts.
By Michael Price | Friday, February 24, 2017
Three SDSU students received $5,000 scholarships from SDSU Alumni.
By Tobin Vaughn | Thursday, February 23, 2017
The Aztec Baja SAE team designs, builds and races an off-road buggy each year.
By SDSU News Team | Thursday, February 16, 2017
Newly developed “glassy carbon” electrodes transmit more robust signals to restore motion in people with damaged spinal cords.
By Michael Price | Wednesday, February 15, 2017
This advanced facility is often used to refine products’ aerodynamics and test new scientific concepts.
By Michael Price | Monday, February 13, 2017
These SDSU alumni are making waves in the 3D printing world.
By Gina Jacobs | Friday, February 10, 2017
An SDSU alumnus establishes the Thomas P. Newton Endowed Scholarship.
By SDSU News Team | Thursday, February 09, 2017
The National Science Foundation funded three education faculty members to research pathways to success for aspiring STEM students.
By Coleen L. Geraghty | Thursday, February 09, 2017
The Biomedical Engineering Society supports students with an interest in the biomedical engineering field.
By SDSU News Team | Thursday, February 02, 2017
Thirteen students from the San Diego State University (SDSU) Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program attended the 5th Annual Solar Turbines Training Academy on October 14, 2016.
By Eric Pamintuan | Tuesday, January 31, 2017
SDSU students launch a new cold brew coffee aimed at active sports enthusiasts.
By Gina Jacobs | Friday, January 27, 2017
The logo represents a successful campaign and SDSU’s ascent to a new level of excellence.
By Coleen L. Geraghty | Tuesday, January 17, 2017
SDSU brings a West Coast perspective to a consortium with $28 million in funding to explore the future of transportation.
By Michael Price | Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Student entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to win cash prizes at the annual competition.
By Gina Jacobs | Wednesday, January 11, 2017
This Aztec works in Boeing’s Huntsville Design Center in Alabama.
The SDSU MARC program in partnership with the SDSU IMSD program initiated the Current Ph.D. Panel event in 2008 for students whose ultimate degree objective is a Ph.D. This year’s event was held on Friday, December 4, 2015 from 2:00 – 4:00pm in GMCS 301.
These SDSU students, faculty and staff will be making headlines in the coming year.
By Gina Jacobs | Tuesday, January 03, 2017