Engineering Notables

Nelson Sepulveda, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, is the scientist who turned a flag into a loudspeaker.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about the MSU Engineering community.
Mary Anne Walker, director of global engineering, has been awarded a DAAD research exchange and will visit key partner institutions in Germany from June 18-24 as a guest of the German Academic Exchange Service.
Mary Anne Walker awarded a DAAD research exchange as part of Germany Today 2017.
Media were very interested in research by Arun Ross, professor of computer science and engineering, who is working with researchers at New York University to determine the security of using a fingerprint on mobile devices.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about the MSU Engineering community.
Photo courtesy of Lansing State Journal: Mechanical engineering professor Ranjan Mukherjee has worked for years with Hope Middle School student Zeke Holmes, who was born without arms or legs.
See what media wrote about MSU Engineering in March 2017.
Chemical engineering junior James Wortman earns top internship and award with Society of Chemical Industry.
Chemical engineering junior James Wortman earns award and industrial internship opportunity.
MSU researcher Chuan Wang has developed the first stretchable integrated circuit that is made entirely using an inkjet printer.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about the MSU Engineering family.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and John Verboncoeur, associate dean for research, share a light moment during AutoMobility-D in January at the auto show.
AutoMobili-D in Detroit provided extraordinary media opportunities for the college in January 2017.
Research by Nelson Sepulveda, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, on flexible devices that capture energy from human motion continues to move around the country and the world.
Here's some of what media wrote about MSU Engineering in December 2016.
More than 100 media around the country – including some of the largest outlets in the country – picked up a story by Associated Press Technology Writer Brandon Bailey that quoted Anil Jain, University Distinguished Professor of computer science and engineering. "We may expect too much from biometrics,” he said.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about the MSU Engineering family.
Like the Aggie McCann Fund, the Thomas F. Wolff College of Engineering Undergraduate Student Activities Endowment Fund supports co-curricular learning now and for future generations of Spartan students.
Like the Aggie McCann Fund, the Wolff Fund supports co-curricular learning now and in the future.

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