Faculty members from the Iowa Technology Institute, a research arm of the College of Engineering (CoE), are contributing to a new space-based, interdisciplinary research enterprise designed to strengthen University of Iowa’s competitiveness for NASA funding for space missions and instruments.
The University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI) has been selected to host the 7th International Digital Human Modeling (DHM) Symposium, August 29-31, 2022, in Iowa City, Iowa. The event will be held in conjunction with ITI’s third annual Iowa Virtual Human Summit.
The University of Iowa Climate/Atmospheric Science & Engineering (CASE) Colloquium featuring Dr. Larry Di Girolamo was held on June 4, 2021. The CASE Colloquium is presented by Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research, the Iowa Technology Institute and several co-sponsors.
Dr. Jens Redemann, of the University of Oklahoma, was the featured speaker at the University of Iowa CASE Colloquium on May 21, 2021. The topic was Observations of Atmospheric Aerosol Properties and Their Use to Constrain Models at Various Scales.
Research started at the University of Iowa Technology Institute has led to a new assessment model that scientists believe will yield more accurate estimates of nitrogen oxides from soil, which are increasingly responsible for air pollution.
A relationship forged between University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI) and Titus Human Performance at the 2019 Defense Strategies Institute’s Human Performance & Biosystems Summit in Washington D.C. quickly evolved into a productive public-private partnership leveraging each other’s capabilities to tackle projects neither could alone.
Qing Zou, University of Iowa PhD candidate and an Iowa Technology Institute researcher, placed first for the Best Paper Award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (IEEE-ISBI) 2021 on April 16.
A University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI) undergraduate research assistant at the Laboratory for Advanced Construction Technology (LACT), Brian Shanahan, has been named the 2021 "Outstanding Student Researcher" through the College of Engineering leadership award program.
Third-year PhD student Calvin Kielas-Jensen has accepted a 10-week internship with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) where he will apply skills integrating, estimating, and controlling autonomous systems learned in the lab and classroom at the University of Iowa to real-world challenges.
Levi Kirby, a PhD student in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and a research assistant at the Iowa Technology Institute, has been selected as one of 60 participants for the highly competitive 2021 National School on Neutron and X-ray Scattering to be held virtually from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory.