Engineering News

   AES major Hew Hamilton takes the $1,000 grand prize at February’s Hatching event for entrepreneurs.
AES major Hew Hamilton takes $1,000 grand prize at February’s Hatching event for entrepreneurs.
The MSU Society of Women Engineers hosted the 2017 Evening With Industry on Feb. 22, 2017.
Dozens of students were honored at the spring banquet, hosted by the Society of Women Engineers.
Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (CMSE) receives its first graduate fellowship.
Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (CMSE) receives its first graduate fellowship.
2017 VEX Robotics champions in Michigan in 2017 are teams 98725B, Rochester Hills Christian School, 244A, Grandville Community Education and 69, Bloomfield Hills. They will represent Michigan at world games in Kentucky in April.
Congratulations to the 2017 Michigan VEX Robotics high school and middle school championship teams.
University Distinguished Professor Anil Jain and his team modified their human facial recognition system to create LemurFaceID, the first computer facial recognition system that correctly identifies more than 100 individual lemurs with 98.7 percent accuracy.
Anil Jain and team modified the human facial recognition system to protect lemurs using LemurFaceID.
 ’01 Spartan Engineering graduate Salil Prabhakar is helping make iris recognition technology available worldwide.
’01 Spartan Engineer Salil Prabhakar helping make iris recognition technology available worldwide.
Spartan Engineering will celebrate the contributions of science and engineering during EWeek, Feb. 18-25.
Spartan Engineering celebrates science and engineering during EWeek 2017, Feb. 19-25.
Research by ECE assistant professor Chuan Wang is making it possible to produce stretchable smart fabrics on a standard printer, a potential cost advantage over current technologies.
Chuan Wang, of ECE, thinks printing your own smart tablet won't be much of a stretch.
 Wei Liao, from biosystems and ag engineering, advises the MSU testing program that is helping shape the future of renewable energy.
Wei Liao advises testing program that is using brewery wastewater to produce algae as clean energy.
Chemical engineering major Rebecca Carlson is vying for a national Hertz Foundation Fellowship.
Chemical engineering major Rebecca Carlson is vying for a national Hertz Foundation Fellowship.

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