Steve Simske presents paper on illicit supply networks at virtual international conference

Steve Simske, professor in systems engineering, participated in the 18th International Conference on Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems, which was originally planned to be hosted in Lisbon, Portugal from June 15 – 19. Simske, along with several co-researchers, presented via Zoom. They discussed work on illicit supply networks as part of…Read more

Faculty Friday: Dan Herber

Dan Herber, assistant professor, joined the department in August 2019. His research group’s work is broadly encapsulated by the areas of computational design, design optimization, multidisciplinary analysis, model-based systems engineering, system architecture graph theory, modeling and simulation of dynamic systems, combined physical and control system design (control co-design), and numerical methods for optimal control.  Where…Read more

CSU research assisted state’s propane customers through COVID-19

Colorado State University engineering researchers conducted a survey of propane consumers for the state that led to government-mandated payment plans during the COVID-19 crisis. On April 30, Gov. Polis issued Executive Order D 2020 051 with a directive taken from the results of research from two CSU Systems Engineering professors. The order directed propane companies…Read more

Interdisciplinary team finds using an algorithm to manage rate of acceleration can improve fuel economy

Many cars today include cameras, radar, and hundreds of electronic units to monitor and control every aspect of the vehicle.  Although these components have primarily been used for improving safety of the vehicle, researchers CSU and Western Michigan University worked with Toyota engineers to understand if these systems could also be used to improve fuel…Read more