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- Sep 12
San Diego State University researchers in biology, nutritional science and aerospace engineering received awards from the NASA Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) initiative for their innovative projects in algae-infused space guacamole and drone highways.
ECE Professor Receives Prestigious IEEE Power and Energy Society Technical Committee Prize Paper AwardAug 4
Tong Huang, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), received the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) Technical Committee Prize Paper Award for his high-impact journal paper.
- Aug 2
Q&A with engineer Saeed Manshadi, whose team uses artificial intelligence to calculate fire risk and help utilities decide when to shut off power.
- Jul 27
The particles that wear off your car tires as you drive are a huge source of microplastic pollution, and some of it is toxic. Now researchers at San Diego State University have identified 60 chemical compounds in tires. Half of them have never been linked to tire waste before. KPBS sci-tech reporter Thomas Fudge has the story.
CSU STEM programs are working to increase women and Latinas in the workforce; meet three trailblazersJul 14
Representation of underrepresented groups has improved over the past decade, but remains limited.
- Jul 11
Nearly 50 representatives from various engineering/construction companies and public agencies gathered at Puesto at The Headquarters to help kick off CCEE's inaugural reception for Industry supporters to close out the academic year.
- Jun 28
A San Diego State professor is trying to find a way to soften the blow of competitive sports. KPBS sci-tech reporter Thomas Fudge tells us about a new foam product that could prevent concussions in football.
- Jun 28
Aerospace engineering professor Ping Lu discusses his latest NASA research grant.
- Jun 26
Alumnus Joe Kiani ('84, '88) is making a difference in patient safety through his medical technology company's noninvasive patient monitoring devices.
- Jun 20
The conference hosted more than 30 experts to address environmental issues that affect the San Diego/Tijuana and Imperial Valley/Mexicali regions.
- Jun 20
Mechanical engineering professor Zahra Nili Ahmadabadi talks about where her artificial intelligence research fits into the buzz.
- Jun 20
After nine long months of manufacturing and design iterations, this AER-23 electric race car is track ready. We break down the details.
- Jun 19
Mechanical engineering professor Karen May-Newman has been named one of this year’s 50 Top Women of Influence in Engineering by the San Diego Business Journal.
- Jun 13
Mechanical engineering alumnus Alejandro Cervantes ('15) has contributed to zero-emission transit design, decarbonization of heating systems and the VeraSol quality assurance program, which ensures quality assurance and consumer protection for solar home systems in global locations like sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.
- Jun 13
Carlos, ’97 BS Civil Engineering and ’00 MS Civil Engineering and Gail Gonzalez, ’96 BA Liberal Studies and ’97 Teaching Certificate have made a gift to establish the Hanlon/Garcia MESA Endowed Scholarship for Engineering.