Systems engineering Ph.D. student helped to develop Perseverance Rover sample tubes

Systems engineering Ph.D. student helped to develop Perseverance Rover sample tubes Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Last month, people around the world watched as the Perseverance rover successfully landed in the Jezero Crater on Mars. The car-sized rover is a continuation of the larger Mars Exploration Program. The…Read more

February Student of the Month: Chris Roberts

February Student of the Month: Chris Roberts Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email February Student of the Month: Chris Roberts “Chris is making excellent progress on research activities and products. The first chapters of his thesis have been submitted in the form of a journal article to positive reviews,…Read more

Systems engineering receives INCOSE academic equivalency

Many of the students in the systems engineering department at Colorado State University are working professionals, who pursue an advanced degree to further both their academic knowledge and careers. Now, by taking the department’s introductory course, students can easily achieve both goals because of a recent recognition from the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE).…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

Faculty Friday: Tom Bradley

Tom Bradley, professor and department head of Systems Engineering, came to CSU in 2008. His research interests include topics where design, modeling, and environmental assessment intersect. Where are you from? I grew up in Orange County, California.  In towns that are called Mission Viejo and Irvine.  What interested you about this research? Lots of my…Read more