The 2017 Open House kicked off Friday, March 31 for engineering students. The Engineering Open house theme “Engineered to Inspire” with Electrical and Computer Engineering selecting a departmental theme of “Mar’s Landing (To infinity and beyond)”. Continue reading “ECE Open House 2017”
Tag: Student News
Nov 10th—Spearville, KS. Continue reading “Students tour Wind Farm”
Every fall our students attend the All-University Career Fair. They visit with more than 300 employers for career, internship, and co-op positions. This event is vital to students to connect with industry employers and give them their resumes. Events like these have led to our students being hired to many diverse companies.
Team roster: Tanzila Ahmed; Lawryn Edmonds; Jacob Meyer; Michael Banowetz; David Plenert; Timothy Sample; Stephen Debes; Connor Krause; Andrew Johnson; Sshangxian Wang; Mark Ronning; Armando Marquez; Alex Thibault; Broden Bowell; Lee Evans; Justin Currence; Aaron Akin; Justin Mann; Ben Schmanke; Grant Ferland; Alex Ackley; Jared Baker; Tyler Schmitz; Fang Wan; Matt Weisbrod
The simulated soybean field created by the Kansas State University Robotics Design Team for the 2015 annual student robotics design competition at the annual meeting of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
Ms. Chang Liu was selected to present a poster titled “Average Achievable Throughput in D2D underlay cellular networks” based on her joint work with her adviser Dr. Bala Natarajan at the Simons conference on Networks and Stochastic Geometry, May 18-21, 2015, hosted by the Mathematics Department and WNCG, University of Texas Austin. She also received a $1200 travel award from the University of Texas to participate in this conference.
By: Tanzila Ahmed
IEEE and the ECE dept. combined forces to go on a private tour of Westar Energy Jefferies Center. About 36 students from ECE Civil, mechanical, Bio agriculture attended, both graduate and undergraduate.
Continue reading “IEEE Energy Center Tour”
The 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.
Students were featured in the Manhattan Mercury on March 1, 2015 for their use of 3-d printing. Students featured were David Schall and Jacob Sobering. To read the article in full visit: http://themercury.com/articles/3-d-printing-turns-into-a-teaching-tool-for-area-students