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Spring/Summer 2016

Mar 1, 2016

NC State Engineering Foundation Board and Staff

Board and staff listing 

Mar 1, 2016

Art, engineering and infinity: Four NC State students display their work with Escher and da Vinci

The concept of infinity and the desire to illustrate the creative process gave a team of engineering students the opportunity to showcase an electronic display they developed alongside the works of M.C. Escher and Leonardo da Vinci. 

Mar 1, 2016

Spring/Summer 2016 NC State Engineering magazine is here

The Spring/Summer 2016 NC State Engineering magazine is here with exciting news featuring the Engineering Oval building, a crucial next step in the College's move to Centennial Campus; the College's leadership role in the new Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network; and a groundbreaking development in carbon materials. 

These photos show crews constructing the current Mann Hall in 1964 and the finished building in 1965.

Mar 1, 2016

Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering looks forward to another move

Before moving to its current location in Mann Hall, what is now referred to as the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) called a number of spaces home, according to Dr. David Johnston, Edward I. Weisiger Distinguished Professor Emeritus in CCEE and author of a history of the department. 

Mar 1, 2016

From the Dean

Spring semesters are typically filled with anticipation and excitement in the College of Engineering. This semester, though, is more exciting than usual. On March 15, North Carolinians will vote on the Connect NC bond referendum. This bond includes funds that will help the College come one step closer to relocating to Centennial Campus. 

molecular model

Mar 1, 2016

Universities collaborate to develop new alloys

Dr. Don Brenner, Kobe Steel Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, is helping NC State take the lead in a new initiative aimed at addressing fundamental scientific questions that could lead to the development of so-called “entropy-stabilized alloys” that can withstand extremely high temperatures. 

Mar 1, 2016

Questions for Douglas Reeves

Dr. Douglas Reeves, professor of computer science and electrical and computer engineering, has served as an assistant dean working with graduate programs since fall 2013 and was named associate dean for graduate programs in 2015. Under his leadership, the College’s academic departments have recruited a record number of high-quality students. 

Mar 1, 2016

Ivanov succeeds Azmy as head of Department of Nuclear Engineering

Dr. Kostadin Ivanov, the new head of the Department of Nuclear Engineering, will build on predecessor Dr. Yousry Azmy’s work to grow the department and move research into new areas. 

Mar 1, 2016

Monitoring of breathing could help doctors better assess patients’ needs

Dr. Hamid Krim, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Saba Emrani, a Ph.D. candidate, have developed an algorithm that can interpret the wheezing of patients with breathing difficulties and give medical providers more insight into what is happening in the lungs. 

Students in Africa work with an experiment kit from SciBridge.

Mar 1, 2016

NC State students develop research collaborations with students in Africa

As a graduate student at UCLA, Dr. Veronica Augustyn spent two weeks in Ethiopia as part of a National Science Foundation workshop on materials for sustainable energy. The workshop offered a unique opportunity for U.S. and African students to meet and learn about the latest advances in materials for clean energy. Over the course of…