Luncheon

Colleagues celebrate successes as ITI director prepares to step down

Wednesday, May 22, 2024
As ITI director, University of Iowa's Karim Abdel-Malek led an expansion of faculty, labs, and funding with a focus on applied engineering research and technology transfer, while also securing $60 million for his own research.
Jun Wang adjusting an atmospheric sensor

Jun Wang receives Regents Faculty Excellence Award

Tuesday, April 23, 2024
The Iowa Board of Regents has selected six outstanding University of Iowa faculty members, including Jun Wang of the College of Engineering, to be honored for their extraordinary contributions and sustained record of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service.
Photo of James Ankrum

Ankrum receives Iowa Mid-Career Faculty Scholar Award

Thursday, April 18, 2024
James Ankrum was among four faculty members selected for the award provides funding and development opportunities for outstanding tenured associate professors who have established national or international reputations in their disciplines and are exceptional teachers in and out of the classroom.
Jun Wang poses for a photo

Iowa engineer's NASA instrument probes atmospheric pollutants Professor Jun Wang’s space research helps scientists understand the effects of wildfires and a global decline in air quality.

Monday, February 12, 2024
Professor Jun Wang’s space research helps scientists understand the effects of wildfires and a global decline in air quality.
Lee Award

Lee honored for collaboration with Korean-American scientists and engineers

Tuesday, January 16, 2024
Hosin “David” Lee, a University of Iowa professor of civil and environmental engineering, was honored with the outstanding contribution award at the annual meeting of the Korean Transportation Association in America.
Wildfire royalty free

Wildfires have erased two decades’ worth of air quality gains in western US

Monday, December 4, 2023
Jun Wang is the lead corresponding author on a new study that has tabulated the toll from two decades of wildfires on air quality and human health in the continental U.S.
Ananya Sen Gupta and Subhajit Khush Das

Art meets engineering in College of Engineering STEAM project

Thursday, November 30, 2023
Ananya Sen Gupta, University of Iowa associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been working with Subhajit Khush Das, an artist and choreographer from Kolkata, India, for more than a year to train and test artificial intelligence algorithms to recognize and classify changing features through Bharatanatyam, a classical dance.
Jun Wang poses for a photo

University of Iowa engineers contribute to one of Time Magazine’s 'best inventions' of 2023

Wednesday, November 8, 2023
CBE professor Jun Wang is an investigator on NASA’s TEMPO, which Time Magazine has named one of its best inventions of 2023. The space instrument is expected to help scientists understand the sources of pollution by revolutionizing how real-time air quality data is collected.
Rahman

ME professor developing new algorithms to optimize design reliability

Friday, September 15, 2023
Sharif Rahman, a professor of mechanical engineering and a faculty affiliate of the Iowa Technology Institute, is developing advanced computational algorithms to optimize designs of complex engineering systems and structures that could make ground vehicles, aerospace structures, and electronic packaging, among many examples, more reliable.
Delfin L29 in the air

Iowa draws industry attention for AI-driven mission demo with Lockheed Martin

Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Lockheed with University of Iowa Iowa's Operator Performance Laboratory completed an artificial intelligence demonstration using two piloted L-29 aircraft in a simulated air-to-ground mission. OPL is lead by Tom "Mach" Schnell, a professor of industrial and systems engineering and OPL chief test pilot.