Robots in the air and on the water could improve shellfish farming
A new NC State project is putting robots to use to monitor water quality in ways that allow shellfish farmers to raise yields and ensure food safety.
College of Engineering meets campaign fundraising goal
The financial support from alumni and friends will grow the College of Engineering's impact for generations to come.
Grant elected as AIChE president for 2022
Dr. Christine S. Grant is a Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering faculty member and is the inaugural Associate Dean of Faculty Advancement in the College of Engineering.
College of Engineering enhances its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
Over the summer, the University assembled an interdisciplinary team to evaluate NC State’s policies, examine every opportunity to strengthen them against racism and discriminatory behavior, and modify them, where allowed by law, to bolster its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
In our labs
Loud booms sometimes heard on the ground floor of Engineering Building III on NC State’s Centennial Campus signal successful experiments in the Ballistic Loading and Structural Testing (BLAST) Laboratory.
Automated or semi-automated phone calls, also known as robocalls, are a major security concern for phone users in the United States. While most robocalls are an annoyance, some of these calls are specifically designed to target the vulnerable segments of our society.
Engineering lends a helping hand
In March, NC State students and faculty and staff members had traveled to the Musanze district of Rwanda. They were there to hold four days of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workshops in five rural primary schools as part of an NC State Alternative Service Break (ASB) trip.
The College of Engineering took beneficial occupancy of Fitts-Woolard Hall on July 24, 2020. Coming in at approximately 225,000 gross square feet, NC State’s newest engineering building provides the crucial next step in uniting the College on Centennial Campus.
On a Thursday morning in late May, the machine shop in Engineering Building III on NC State’s Centennial Campus is quiet for the first time in a long time.
Managing data flow to boost cyber-physical system performance
Researchers in NC State’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) have developed a suite of algorithms to improve the performance of cyber-physical systems — from autonomous vehicles to smart power grids — by balancing each component’s need for data with how fast that data can be sent and received.