- Jan 18
Two SDSU engineers are developing a power storage system using repurposed electric vehicle batteries.
- Jan 16
Aerospace Engineering Professor Gustaaf Jacobs recently earned a $750,000 award from the Department of Energy to increase the performance and reliability of hydrogen power and to advance zero-emissions technology.
- Jan 15
January's trans-Pacific tsunami was generated by the Tonga Volcano eruption on the western side of the Pacific Ocean. SDSU Coastal Engineering professor Ignacio Sepúlveda created preliminary models of the effects of the tsunami in Southern California.
- Jan 12
In a collaboration with Lawrence National Laboratory scientists, Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Christopher Paolini and his student team worked with codes that simulate microscale flows in complex porous media geometries.
- Jan 10
The largest annual professional conference in Aerospace Engineering, organized by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), was attended by thirteen SDSU Engineering students.
- Jan 7
The SDSU Troops to Engineers Program is pleased to announce our new Program Coordinator, Josh Imes.
- Jan 6
Gabriel Adkins, a Marine veteran majoring in civil engineering with almost 10 years of military service has been awarded the Bruce Urquhart and Jacque Clayton Scholarship for the 2021-2022 school year.
- Dec 28
Congratulations to College Engineering graduate students Maricruz Carrillo and Adrian Rivera, who are part of the 2021-2022 SDSU ARCS Scholars cohort.
- Dec 16
Aerospace Engineering professor and Chair, Dr. Ping Lu, leads a project that will develop the method and algorithms for integrated optimal entry, descent, and landing (EDL) guidance for human Mars missions with pin-point precision.
- Dec 14
Engineering professors' work on renewable batteries and solar lighting showcased in the University's Research Highlights Magazine, starting on page 20.