Faculty Spotlight

Heng Ban

Dr. Heng Ban, Professor in the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, is currently using atomic force microscope, lasers and doing measurements in a high vacuum under cryogenic temperatures.

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Bethany Neilson

Assistant Professor, CEE Dr Neilson studies the impact that weather patterns, animals, and plants have on the water and the flow. Research has been done to see what kind of an impact beavers have on the . . .

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Elizabeth Vargis

Professor Elizabeth Vargis, an Assistant Professor in BE, is interested in two areas of research: biomedical photonics and cell and tissue modeling.

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Rose Qingyang Hu

Professor Rose Qingyang Hu, an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

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Oenardi Lawanto

Dr. Lawanto, Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Education, studies student's metacognitive activity in the engineering design process.

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Ming Li

Ming Li, an assistant professor in the Computer Science department, is researching data security and privacy in cloud computing and wireless network security.

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Highlights

Utah State University researchers awarded graduate fellowships & research grants

To train and educate the next generation of leaders in America’s nuclear industry.
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"Smart Wi-Fi" Technology receives TCIP Grant

A USU research team led by Dr. Bedri Cetiner received a grant from the Technology Commercialization & Innovation Program (TCIP).
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USU researcher Steven Folkman

Associate professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering complete PVC pipe study
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Utah Water Research Lab Drone Fleet

A new fleet of model-airplane sized unmanned drones that can be launched from a slingshot
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Engineering News

Dean to Host Differential Tuition Open Forum

Dean to Host Differential Tuition Open Forum

College of Engineering Dean Christine Hailey will lead an open forum on Jan. 21 to discuss the proposed implementation of differential tuition. ... [read more]

USU Alumnus, WWII Aviator Makes Generous Gift to College of Engineering

USU Alumnus, WWII Aviator Makes Generous Gift to College of Engineering

World War II pilot and longtime Cache Valley resident leaves lasting legacy for future mechanical and aerospace engineers.... [read more]

USTAR Professor Receives Fulbright Award to Conduct Research in Finland

USTAR Professor Receives Fulbright Award to Conduct Research in Finland

Dr. Foster Agblevor will travel to Finland this summer to work with researchers at one of Europe’s largest research organizations.... [read more]

Data, Data, Everywhere. Not a Byte to Keep

Data, Data, Everywhere. Not a Byte to Keep

Drowning in Data: How Hydroinformatics Can Streamline Water Research... [read more]

College of Engineering Recognizes 2014 A-Pin Recipients

College of Engineering Recognizes 2014 A-Pin Recipients

It's the oldest and one of the most distinguishing marks of academic excellence at USU.... [read more]

Security Questions Abound as Autonomous Vehicles Emerge