Category Archives: STEM News
Abdessattar Abdelkefi, mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor, received the Westhafer Award, NMSU’s highest award for research at the spring 2021 convocation. From a recent study by Stanford University, he has earned the distinction of being among the top 2 percent of scientists worldwide, in all research disciplines and over their entire career, as measured by the impact of their research publications.
Jeremy P. Jacobs and Hannah Northey, E&E News reportersPublished: Friday, April 30, 2021 President Biden’s pick this week to oversee the Army’s vast natural resources operation would bring to the job decades of water experience at the Interior Department and on Capitol Hill. The president tapped Michael Connor to be the Department of Defense’s assistant secretary of…
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While assistants like Siri and Alexa are a common part of our daily lives, self-driving cars are still on the horizon. A report from the World Economic Forum predicts more than 58 million new artificial intelligence jobs will be available by 2022. Who will be steering the future of AI?
In celebration of World Intellectual Property Day April 26, New Mexico State University’s Office of the Vice President for Research and Arrowhead Center will recognize Reza Foudazi with the first NMSU Intellectual Property Award, which honors NMSU faculty or staff who have developed intellectual property with demonstrated societal, industrial or commercial benefits.
The New Mexico State University Physical Science Laboratory will partner with uAvionix to deploy SkyLine, uAvionix’s Managed Command and Control Platform, to support networked autonomous unmanned aircraft systems operations at the NMSU PSL UAS Flight Test Site.
With COVID-19 impacting the New Mexico State University College of Engineering on-campus summer programs, college officials decided to offer multiple programs for middle school and high school students throughout the summer.
With funding from a National Science Foundation grant, New Mexico State University and the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education will create a transfer model to help electrical engineering students.
Intelligent.com, a resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has announced the Top 45 Master’s in Industrial Engineering Degree Programs for 2021. Among them is New Mexico State University’s Industrial Engineering Master’s Program. The comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 192 accredited colleges and universities in the nation. Each…
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U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2022 rankings have been released, and several New Mexico State University graduate programs have been recognized.
With growing political and industry commitments to clean energy, any move toward solar and wind energy will require new infrastructure. However, some current technologies can be recycled for the future. New Mexico State University Arrowhead Center client UpCycle Power aims to reuse old electric vehicle batteries for clean energy storage.