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Month: April 2015

Faculty Updates

Dr. Caterina Scoglio was invited to speak at the School of Science and Engineering at Tulane University April 17, 2015.

Dr. Bala Natarajan presented an ivited workshop on “5G Wireless Vision-Enabling Technologies” in 2015 Research Week at Gujarat Technological University, India.  He also Presented a lecture on “Baysian Inferencing” for graduate students at A. D. Patel Institute of Technology, India.

Keeping the lights on

EPAPThe Electrical Power Affiliates Program, the College of Engineering is leading the charge in solving future problems for the power and energy industry.


“Through the Electrical Power Affiliates Program and the partnership between industry and academics, we are able to give our students real-world experiences beyond what we are able to teach in the classroom,” Schulz said.

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Kansas State University again selected for Collegiate Wind Competition

13945330867_0acd224c36_oThe U.S. Department of Energy has selected Kansas State University to compete at its 2016 Collegiate Wind Competition, a biennial event. The university also participated in the inaugural competition in 2014.

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Two alumni join Kansas State University College of Engineering Hall of Fame

jim schroeder

Class of ’63 Alumni Jim Schroeder has been inducted into the College of Engineering Hall of fame

Induction to the hall is the highest honor bestowed on its alumni by the college. The honorees will be recognized for their professional success and accomplishment, involvement with and support of the College of Engineering, dedication to the university, and professional and public service.

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An engineering test bed for electrical power


by: Jennifer Tidball

The Burns & McDonnell Smart Grid Lab is boosting education, research and recruitment in the College of Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

The Smart Grid lab, in Rathbone Hall, includes power grid and network communication equipment to support undergraduate and graduate research projects. It is one of the first facilities to test how emerging software-defined networking technology can more efficiently manage, distribute, use and secure electrical power. Continue reading “An engineering test bed for electrical power”