Author Archives: Linda Fresques

Engineering 2018 Homecoming Events

Wednesday, October 3   Klipsch School Industrial Advisory Group (invitation only) 9 am-3 pm, Thomas and Brown Hall, Crosno Lounge For more information: Annette Benavidez, anmiraba@ad.nmsu.edu, 575-646-3117   Electrical and Computer Engineering Alumni Dutch Treat Meet-Up Time TBA, La Posta de Mesilla (invitation only) For more information: Annette Benavidez, anmiraba@ad.nmsu.edu, 575-646-3117 Thursday, October 4  …
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Aggie Innovation Space integration to enhance education, research and outreach

Students in the College of Engineering have access to three distinct spaces that enable creative problem solving. The college is now planning to integrate them, increasing their capabilities and better serving the student population and the community.

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NMSU engineers’ research focused on protecting government computer systems

At a time when security is a concern for everyone, it is a top priority for our government. A group of New Mexico State University engineering researchers is working with Sandia National Laboratories to ensure the integrated circuits they develop are protected by devising a scheme that will continuously monitor their operation. If abnormal behavior is detected, the NMSU security scheme will shut the circuit down before anything malicious occurs.

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Women in engineering profile: Mallika Bandyopadhyay

International Women in Engineering Day, celebrated on June 23, 2018, celebrates the achievements of females in various engineering industries. Here’s a Q&A with Mallika Bandyopadhyay.

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Cummins-NMSU engineering partnership a “win-win”

Cummins Inc. and the New Mexico State University Engineering Technology Department have entered a new and unique partnership that will enrich the engineering educational experience of current and future students. Cummins is providing funding for projects that will give students hands-on experience refurbishing old and outdated, but much needed laboratory equipment, as well as supporting the development of new equipment.

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Civil engineer developing methods to monitor aging infrastructure

Writer: Linda Fresques It was a national tragedy that inspired New Mexico State University Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan-Niri to pursue a quest to make the world a safer place by means of his field of study in advanced nondestructive evaluation (NDE/NDT) and structural health monitoring (SHM). While he was an undergraduate student in…
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Vogue: The Women of NASA

March 8, 2017 By Robert Sullivan Photographed by Jonas Bendiksen https://www.vogue.com/projects/13528185/american-women-nasa-kennedy-space-center-female-nasa-programmers-employees/   Kathy Lueders, program manager, Commercial Crew Program. In college, she studied business. “I wanted to work on Wall Street, but then in my senior year I wanted to switch to my roommate’s major, engineering.” After getting married and having kids, she decided to…
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A river of research

Nagamany Nirmalakhandan, professor of civil engineering at New Mexico State University, was named as the first holder of the Ed and Harold Foreman Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering in 2011. In 2016, this prolific researcher and esteemed teacher received a renewal of that five-year honor, making him the only holder of the chair.

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NMSU civil engineer wins national leadership fellowship for water research

WRITER: Linda Fresques Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Pei Xu has been at New Mexico State University for just five years, but she is already earning accolades in the national arena for her research on the development of alternative water supplies. In late February, Xu was named an American Association for the Advancement of Science Alan…
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Univ of TN: NSF REU summer research program in computational sciences for undergraduate students

Program:   The Research Experiences in Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (RECSEM) NSF REU site program directs a group of ten undergraduate students to explore the emergent interdisciplinary computational science models and techniques via a number of cohesive compute and data intensive applications. The RECSEM program complements the growing importance of computational sciences in many…
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