- Jul 22
Aztec Electric Racing (AER) members Kyle McCoy, Juan Rojas, Shaunt Malloian, and Clint Panian reflect on their summer competition in Michigan.
- Jul 20
Spider-Man enthusiast Francisco Botello combines his love for his favorite superhero and his mechanical engineering major through his research on spider silk.
- Jul 18
Summer Internship: A Day in the Life of Carlos Guerrero Valdez, Electrical Engineering major at SDSU. Carlos is interning on the Virgin Hyperloop, a company making sustainable cargo transport a reality.
- Jul 18
Summer Internship: A Day in the Life of Eduardo Nunez, Helix Electric, a Civil Engineering major at SDSU. Eduardo is interning at Helix Electric, an electrical subcontractor.
- Jul 15
Marisol Rivas is a rising senior civil engineering student who is spending the summer at The City of San Diego, Engineering and Capital Projects (E&CP), Architectural Engineering & Parks Division (AEP) as a Student Engineer.
- Jul 14
Civil engineering student Andrew Mosqueda researched tsunami hazard assessments through numerical modeling and coding in his course with coastal engineering professor Ignacio Andrés Sepúlveda Oyarzún.
- Jul 12
Our SDSU team utilized SolidWorks for design, ANSYS for CFD analysis, and a spiral development methodology that included both lab and flight testing. Part of this team's design innovation included internal structural optimization that resulted in the shape depicted in the attached picture of the tail boom design.
- Jul 12
NSIN Capstone students at San Diego State University and Rice University prototyped boats for the U.S. Coast Guard last semester. The Naval Engineers Journal highlighted how these student technologists are improving coastal surveillance, detection, and interdiction capabilities against threats posed by the transit of drugs in autonomous surface vessels across the maritime border with Mexico and into California.
- Jul 12
Andrew Preisler is a rising senior mechanical engineering student who is spending the summer at CAES (Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions) as a Mechanical Engineering Intern. CAES is an electronics manufacturer and tier two supplier of RF, microwave, and millimeter wave solutions.
- Jul 6
Through the STEM Pathways project, SDSU engineering students participate in an entering research course at the community college level, several enrichment workshops, mentoring and applied STEM experiences that help students obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in a career in STEM.