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Electrical engineering faculty member to receive Paslay Professorship

Cat cropCaterina Scoglio, professor of electrical and computer engineering, is the recipient of the LeRoy and Aileen Paslay Professorship in Electrical and Computer Engineering. The endowment was established by the late LeRoy Paslay, 1930 bachelor’s and 1934 master’s graduate of Kansas State University in electrical engineering, and his late wife, Aileen. Continue reading “Electrical engineering faculty member to receive Paslay Professorship”

Research group wins National Science Foundation grant to explore disease spread models

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A K-State research group has been awarded a $504,567 grant from the National Science Foundation to apply network models to the spread of diseases. Continue reading “Research group wins National Science Foundation grant to explore disease spread models”

Cattle movement estimation study sheds light on disease risk

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Caterina Scoglio, top, a Kansas State University electrical and computer engineering professor, and her former student, Phillip Schumm, co-authored a study to estimate movement of cattle to determine the risk of disease

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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.

An engineering test bed for electrical power


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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”