Dr. Rigling will be awarded the Fred Nathanson Memorial Radar Award for his outstanding contributions in radar imaging and adaptive waveform design at the 2015 International Radar Conference in Washington, D.C.
Order of the Engineer
This year held a record-breaking attendance for the Order of the Engineer as each participant accepted his/her ring to commemorate the unity in the engineering community.
Top engineering faculty and staff were recognized and commended for their dedication and hard work throughout the past year.
We congratulated this year’s outstanding students and student organizations for their remarkable work during the Student Awards ceremony last Friday, May 1st.
Whether you’re hanging around campus, or returning home for the summer, have fun and stay safe!
Senior Design Showcase
This year’s top senior design projects were showcased Friday, May 1st in the Endeavour Room in the Student Union. Students had the chance to explain the methods and work behind their projects, as well as their experiences with real-world engineering, to audience members throughout the afternoon.
Congratulations to all the Raiders who graduated this past weekend. We wish you the best of luck and a very bright future!
Nick Ballester received a nationally competitive scholarship from the Institute of Industrial Engineers for his work involving local hospitals along with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Throughout his undergraduate and graduate degrees, Ballester has been a member of the local Wright State IIE student chapter, serving as vice-president, president, and a graduate mentor.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science would like to congratulate all of the Spring 2015 Tau Beta Pi Inductees!
Wright State is among a select group of universities around the globe designated as centers to teach a state-of-the-art computer programming model that has become essential in everything from cancer research to ocean modeling.
Wright State was named a CUDA Teaching Center thanks to Meilin Liu, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Liu wrote a proposal and submitted it to NVIDIA, the California-based technology company that developed CUDA.