Post Tagged with: "College of Engineering & Mines"

He has just published the sixth and final book in the series, “Radio Frequency Cell Site Engineering Made Easy.” The books have been well-received, and he’s been contacted by other publishers. Now he’s helping his students publish as well. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

UND professor helped launch wireless age

January 29, 2019 at

Dedicated teacher Saleh Faruque now busy publishing popular how-to series on radio frequencies

UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Alena Kubatova (right) works with a student in her UND lab. Kubatova is set to deliver the next UND Faculty Lecture at 4:30 p.m., on Wednesday (Jan. 23) in the Lecture Bowl of the UND Memorial Union. A social will precede the lecture at 4 p.m. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Chemistry all around

January 22, 2019 at

Next UND Faculty Lecture features Alena Kubatova and the ubiquity of science in everyday life

Big day for ‘Big Data’

Big day for ‘Big Data’

December 18, 2018 at

Friday signing ceremony announces $10 million UND investment in Big Data, hiring of six new computational scientists

Rise above

Rise above

November 27, 2018 at

The RIAS (rhymes with “Rise”) making UND a leading destination for cutting edge autonomous technology

UND Assistant Professor of Aviation Nick Wilson (left) and UND Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Kouhyar Tavakolian show off components of their patent-pending "Smartsealz" communication headset, which contain embedded technology that monitors aircraft operational signals and pilot brain activity for signs of mechanical problems and pilot mental fatigue. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Patents pending aplenty

October 18, 2018 at

Joint UND-NDSU biomedical engineering symposium showcases student and faculty collaborations

In May, Anne Walker and Michele Iiams traveled to the Moringa Community School of Trades in rural Ghana, Africa to assist teaching in English and math, respectively. They also brought components from a mechanical engineering senior design project that would help the school cook and can food more efficiently. Image courtesy of Anne Walker. Image courtesy of Anne Walker.

Stove-top diplomacy

October 2, 2018 at

UND Colleges of Engineering and Education team up to assist rural, African trade school with novel invention

Big Data, the next big thing

Big Data, the next big thing

September 27, 2018 at

UND commits to computational surge to increase analytical firepower on campus and beyond

Taylor Roehl, a freshman from New Leipzig, N.D., is one of two student in the incoming UND Class of 2022 who scored a perfect 36 on her ACT. The UND Presidential Scholars and National Merit Scholar is emblematic of an uptick in quality students choosing UND to pursue their academic dreams. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

A perfect fit

August 21, 2018 at

New Leipzig, N.D. native nets ACT top score, Class B championship then chooses UND over Ivy elites

Wilson Lysford, a mechanical engineering graduate, and Megan Larson, an electrical engineering sophomore, stand outside Grand Forks' Northrop Grumman complex. Both discovered the aerospace company through UND's Career Fair.

Intern experience

August 7, 2018 at

Student interns at Northrop Grumman get head start

Youth Science & Engineering Academy

Early engineers

July 31, 2018 at

Area students acquire new skills at UND’s Youth Science & Engineering Academy

A dozen UND engineering students have been working since last fall on the Drillbotics project, and UND was selected for the second phase of the competition. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Drilling down for a win

May 1, 2018 at

UND student engineers’ project among elite company as one of nine finalists in international competition

Foerster, a native of Pisek, N.D., and a doctoral student in chemical engineering, is working to convert waste products from soybeans into high-value carbon fiber, which is stronger and more stiff than steel, yet lighter. It’s used in planes, cars, and even golf clubs. He took first place in the recent three Minute Thesis Competition at UND.  Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Three-minute victory in Vegas

April 17, 2018 at

UND research competition champ hits jackpot at regional communication contest in City of Lights

Steve Martin

Powering futures by giving back

April 12, 2018 at

UND Engineering alum Steve Martin reflects on American Indian roots as founder of thriving energy startup in Africa

Scott Kennedy, A Town Hall Conversation on the Chinese Economy. Eye of the Hawk Lecture Series.      ( Jackie Lorentz photo/ UND Today)

Hawk’s-eye view on Chinese economy

April 5, 2018 at

Global economist Scott Kennedy discusses China’s role in innovation, North Dakota trade and higher education

UND Energy Institue; Mike Mann; battery; Yong Hon; Dakota Lithium Batteries; research commercialization; Clean Republic. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

Power to the pedal

March 29, 2018 at

Not your grandfather’s Duracell: revolutionary UND-developed battery propels everything from e-bikes to fish finders