During his Interdisciplinary Senior Design project, BME major Caleb Noe discovered a love for nuclear engineering that changed his career path.
The Tickle College of Engineering’s event, College Connect, welcomed hundreds of first-year students to campus to meet with several college- and university-level offices. Students were also able to walk around the Zeanah Engineering Complex and see the different classrooms and labs it houses.
The Tickle College of Engineering is now ranked at the 35th best undergraduate program amongst public schools according to U.S. News and World Report.
Fred Wang and Hua Bai are developing breaker-related technology that could help improve electrified flight and increase the speed at which it is adopted.
Jamie Porter (BS/NE ’08; MS/NE ’09; PhD/NE ’12) was the first African American woman to graduate from the Department of Nuclear Engineering.
Dayakar Penumadu and students helped IACMI develop a composites-based bridge in Morgan County that includes sensors giving real-time data.
The college held steady as the 32nd ranked graduate program among public schools in the latest US News and World Report rankings.
NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover lands today using 80+ quad operational amplifier chips designed by the Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab.
The Tickle College of Engineering rose to 21st overall in the U.S. News and World Reports latest online rankings.
Lynne Parker, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was named the director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office.