New mechanical engineering professor assists with COVID-19 Risk Meter
College of Engineering Assistant Professor Aditya Nair is developing the predictive capabilities of the Truckee Meadows COVID-19 Risk Meter
Nevada Institute for Sustainability receives gifts from NextEra Energy Resources
The gifts will facilitate the development of a minor in sustainability.
Moustafa presents at Arab-American Frontiers Symposium
The symposium provides opportunities for collaboration among the select 65 international participants.
In pursuit of green, sustainable and reliable energy
Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering Assistant Professor Mohammed Ben-Idris is taking a multi-pronged approach to satisfying our energy needs for years to come.
Paula Kerger discusses public media in College of Engineering's 2021 Distinguished Lecture Series
The president and CEO of PBS delivered the lecture “Science & Technology: The Role of Public Media in Sparking Change”
Paula Kerger, PBS president, to speak at the 2021 Distinguished Lecture Series
Hosted by the College of Engineering, the community-oriented event will occur virtually on November 3.
College of Engineering welcomes 8 National Merit Scholars, 55 Presidential Scholars
On August 20, the College of Engineering held a welcoming ceremony for the 8 National Merit Scholars and 55 Presidential Scholars who joined the College this fall.
Mark your calendars: College of Engineering’s Internship and Career Fair
On September 22, the College of Engineering will connect students with employers and agencies offering internships and jobs.
Center for Civil Earthquake Engineering Research organizes the 2021 PEER Pacific Rim Forum
The forum brought together 241 international participants with 41 international speakers to advance integrated earthquake engineering research.
Our attendees include researchers, practitioners and students, and our presentations are at the nexus of earth science, engineering and computation. Through collaboration, we want to transition simulation technology into practice.
Mechanical Engineering professors are founding members in new institute: AI for Dynamic Systems
A five-year, $20-million National Science Foundation collaboration brings together researchers from 9 universities.
NSF CAREER Award recipient David Cantu investigates the processes for extracting rare earth elements
Because of the important role rare earth elements play in modern applications, the research is critical for the continued advancement of cutting-edge technology.
Faces of the Pack: Tyreis Gatson
Mechanical engineering student lands internship with NASA