College of Engineering News

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Niloy Chandra Sarker, past ND EPSCoR-funded researcher with the Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS) and May 2019 doctoral graduate at NDSU in agricultural and biosystems engineering,...

|   Events

Dozens of children in grades 3-7 will put their robotics skills to the test during the FIRST LEGO League Regional Qualifier Tournament hosted by the NDSU College of Engineering. The event is...

|   Academics

Brian Slator, professor of computer science and operations research, has developed the first course for NDSU’s new Graduate Certificate Program in Computer Science Education.

The 600-level course,...

|   College of Engineering

The NDSU computer science department hosted several regional computing professionals for Computer Science Education Week.  Computer Science Education Week was proclaimed by Governor Doug Burgum, in...

|   Students

NDSU software engineering doctoral student Andrew Jones was among an auspicious group that gathered in Washington D.C. for the 70th annual International Astronautical Congress Oct. 21-25. Jones...

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NDSU's Disability Services, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society are working together to make the holiday season more enjoyable for children of all...

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Located at the crossroads of two interstate highways in the heart of massive agricultural production means North Dakota is a major transportation hub. Vehicles of all sizes and shapes use the...

|   Awards

A team of NDSU students took seventh place, out of nearly 800 registered teams, in the Network Traffic Analysis portion of the National Cyber League Team Competition. The team took 14th place in...

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Lokesh Narayanan, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, has been appointed to a newly-established fellowship in the NDSU College of Engineering. Narayanan was named the...

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David Grewell, chair and professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. He will be formally recognized at the NAI Fellows Induction...

|   Students

Three teams of NDSU students participated in the first Hivestorm cybersecurity competition. The new competition pits student teams against each other to secure Linux and Windows servers during a...

|   Awards

NDSU civil engineering doctoral candidate Umma Rashid was awarded second place in the NanoPitch Competition at the Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization Conference 2019 in San Diego Nov. 7-9.

Ras...

|   Events

Regional cybersecurity professionals participated in a speaker series, hosted by the NDSU Institute for Cybersecurity Education and Research, for Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week Nov. 11-16....

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A team of students from the NDSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering won the 2019 Environmental Challenge. The competition was held at the Minneapolis Convention Center Nov. 7 as part...

|   Students

A team of NDSU students won their site in the International Collegiate Programming Competition of the Association for Computer Machinery hosted by the NDSU Department of Computer Science on Nov. 9.

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|   Awards

NDSU officials are scheduled to announce the first recipient of the Vettel Family Fellowship for the College of Engineering on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 4:15 p.m. in the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center’s...

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NDSU computer science junior Jack Hance took 42nd place out of more than 5,000 students nationwide in the Fall 2019 National Cyber League competition. In addition to his overall top 50 place, Hance...

|   Awards

A group of NDSU construction management students took home the title at the 2019 Upper Midwest Intercollegiate Construction Management Quiz Bowl, held at the University of Minnesota Oct. 25.

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|   Students

NDSU students Jack Hance, Pann Ajjimaporn, Brett Knecht, Taylor Schmidt, Devin Gluesing and Isaac Burton traveled to Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, to compete in the Collegiate...

|   College of Engineering

NDSU will offer a minor in robotics, starting in fall 2020. The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education Academic and Student Affairs Committee approved the proposal during its Oct. 15 meeting.

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