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MSU will receive a competitive $2 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to develop innovative designs for long-duration storage on the U.S power grid.
MSU awarded $2 million for Transformational Energy Technology from ARPA-E.
Originally called the Spartan Experience App (SEA), the team of Ryan Johnson, Nayana Kodur, Patrick Pale, Roy Perryman, and Scott Swarthout worked together in their senior capstone course, CSE 498, to create a mobile app now being used at MSU.
New MSU App makes getting around campus easier.
Research led by Ramakrishna Mukkamala, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, is featured in the current issue of "Scientific Reports."
Research led by ECE professor Ramakrishna Mukkamala invented a proof-of-concept blood pressure app.
The 2018 Peter Debye Prize for Young Investigators in Dielectric Research has been awarded to MSU chemical engineer Shiwang Cheng.
2018 Peter Debye Prize for Young Investigators in Dielectric Research awarded to chemical engineer.
MSU celebrated the groundbreaking of the $100 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility on Friday, Aug. 31 -- a one-of-a-kind campus building where new ways to teach the STEM disciplines will be developed. The building will be a shared space, so members of the university community were invited to participate in the ceremony. Representing Engineering were Don Morelli, Dean Leo Kempel, Martin Crimp, Dirk Colbry, Anne Eisenlohr and Tom Voice.
MSU has officially broken ground on the new $100 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility.
MSU welcomed its newest cohort of Supporting Excellent Engineers (SEE) Scholars in August 2018.
MSU welcomes its newest cohort of Supporting Excellent Engineers (SEE) Scholars.
Inspired by Iron Man’s “JARVIS," ECE’s Mi Zhang is collaborating on a technology superpower.
Inspired by Iron Man’s “JARVIS," ECE’s Mi Zhang is collaborating on a technology superpower.
MSU's newest Von Ehr Scholars are (from left) Matt Heilman, Katharine Walters, and Max Wiedemann.
MSU's newest Von Ehr Scholars are Matt Heilman, Katharine Walters, and Max Wiedemann.
MSU leaders are embracing the future of STEM with a $100 million investment in classroom and lab space. A groundbreaking is planned for Aug. 31.
Groundbreaking for MSU's new $100 million STEM facility set for Aug. 31.
Jason Scott and Shay Ladd are joining the College of Engineering this fall as University Distinguished Scholars. Jason will study mechanical engineering and Shay will study chemical engineering.
Engineering welcomes six of MSU's top incoming student scholars in 2018.
Diana Jo Dalski of Battle Creek is among the 383 women in the entering freshmen class. She is the valedictorian at Pennfield High School in Battle Creek and a graduate of the Battle Creek Area Math and Science Center. She will major in computer engineering, with a biomedical specialty.
MSU Engineering to set enrollment benchmarks for welcoming women and underrepresented minorities.
Arun Ross, professor of computer science and engineering at Michigan State University, has been elected a Fellow of the International Association of Pattern Recognition (IAPR).
CSE Professor Arun Ross elected a Fellow of the International Association of Pattern Recognition.
Peter Savolainen, a transportation engineer who examines road user behavior, has joined the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University as an MSU Foundation Professor.
A transportation engineer who examines road user behavior joins MSU as an MSU Foundation Professor.
Yunhao Liu is settling in at Michigan State University as the new chairperson designee of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE).
New head of Department of Computer Science and Engineering is MSU Foundation Professor.
Spartan Engineers are part of team awarded a top EPA recognition for science and technology contributions.
CEE engineers are part of team awarded top EPA recognition for science and technology research.
The navigational gene from the glass catfish is helping MSU Engineering researchers create synthetic biological devices to treat chronic disease.
The navigational gene of glass catfish is helping biomedical engineers advance biological circuits.
Kasey Coleman has been elected the second international vice president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Kasey Coleman is elected the second international vice president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Automated vehicles will create a shift in workforce demands.
Automated vehicles will create a shift in workforce demands.
MSU Executive Vice President Satish Udpa offered greetings as academics from MSU and ITT-M met in MSU's IQ/BME Building. The two institutions share a dual PhD doctoral program.
MSU Engineering is advancing its dual doctoral program with a high-ranking institute in India.
MSU faculty members Zhen Qiu and Nelson Sepulveda are teaming up in the fight against breast cancer.
Zhen Qiu and Nelson Sepulveda team up in the fight against breast cancer.
MSU will join with the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) for a SmartAg Visionary Session and Strategic Planning Workshop to discuss solutions on Aug. 1-2 at Cobo Center in Detroit.
MSU shares leadership role in SmartAg Visionary Session and Strategic Planning Workshop in Detroit.
Paul and Ruth Bauhahn of Minnesota have committed a $750,000 estate gift to benefit electrical and computer engineering at Michigan State University.
ECE graduate students will benefit from an estate gift from Paul and Ruth Bauhahn.
Professor Kalyanmoy Deb was presented the 2018 IEEE CIS Evolutionary Computation Pioneer Award at the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 11, 2018.
Kalyanmoy Deb honored with the 2018 IEEE CIS Evolutionary Computation Pioneer Award.
Justin LaBelle, a junior in chemical engineering, has returned to the IACMI Scale-Up Research Facility in Detroit’s historic Corktown and is among 43 IACMI interns nationwide.
Four Spartan Engineers are among IACMI’s largest class of composite materials interns.
 Penny Wirsing (’83) takes over leadership of 30,000-member Society of Women Engineers.
Penny Wirsing (’83) takes over leadership of the 30,000-member Society of Women Engineers.

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