In The News
The latest from the College of Engineering
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- Jan 27
SDSU civil engineering professor Hassan Davani has earned an NSF CAREER Award for his work in Water Resources Engineering.
- Jan 18
SDSU computer scientists and engineers are advancing autonomous vehicle software and hardware.
- Jan 6
Check out the January 2023 cover for Journal of Advanced Functional Materials, featuring mechanical engineering professor George Youssef's collaborative work on elastomeric impact-mitigating foams.
- Dec 6
Four SDSU faculty members have been ranked among the Top 2% of Aerospace & Aeronautics engineering authors worldwide.
- Dec 5
Doctoral students reported the results of their ongoing research with posters and fielded questions.
- Oct 27
Civil engineering professor Alicia Kinoshita discusses how involvement in research expands students’ interests and knowledge, preparing them for the workforce and high-impact careers.
- Oct 25
SDSU maintains engineering academic programs, research initiatives and educational campaigns designed to inform and educate, especially given the sunrise of cybersecurity threats, including those targeting higher education.
- Oct 24
Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Duy Nguyen is the latest to earn the prestigious NSF CAREER Award for his work on wireless communications.
- Oct 12
Aerospace engineer Jun Chen’s research makes autonomous air taxis one step closer to reality.
- Oct 10
SDSU engineers are optimizing the processes to build materials in space.
- Oct 10
Funded by the Office of Naval Research, electrical engineering professor Satish Sharma and his Antenna and Microwave Laboratory are designing antennas that can pick up faint signals and stay precisely aligned with their source while onboard U.S. Navy vessels in roiling seas.
- Oct 10
SDSU environmental engineer Aina Narvasa interned at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio this summer. The second-year master's student worked on the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) project, which aims to send a rover to the south pole of the moon to investigate the concentration of water ice there.
- Oct 7
SDSU engineering students are crafting better materials for planes, spaceships and future homes on the moon.
- Sep 21
"We do need to maintain our infrastructure if we want to have the high quality living we have here." Environmental engineering professor Natalie Mladenov speaks on a recent study in collaboration with professors Matthew Verbyla and Alicia Kinoshita.
- Sep 12
Environmentalists call the SDSU analysis a wake-up call to sewer agencies that swift, extensive repairs are needed