Q&A with Tim Kemp, Assistant Director for Engineering and Capital Construction

Q&A with Tim Kemp, Assistant Director for Engineering and Capital Construction Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Tim Kemp, assistant director for engineering and capital construction, is working towards becoming a two-time Colorado State University alum. He earned his bachelor’s in civil engineering here and is currently half way…Read more

Systems engineering professor, NREL develop tools to make hydrokinetic turbines accessible

Systems engineering professor, NREL develop tools to make hydrokinetic turbines accessible Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email With the help of a CSU researcher, there may one day be SHARKS in rivers. Unlike sharks found in oceans, these SHARKS, or Submarine Hydrokinetic and Riverine Kilo-megawatt Systems, deal with flowing…Read more

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

Steve Simske among cohort of fellows for 2020-2021 Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence

Steve Simske among cohort of fellows for 2020-2021 Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email   Over the past year, Steve Simske, professor in systems engineering, has been part of the Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence hosted by the Office of the Vice President for…Read more

Faculty Friday: Erika Miller

Faculty Friday: Erika Miller Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Dr. Erika Miller is an assistant professor in the systems engineering department.  Her current research interest involves human factors in the design and evaluation of new and existing systems, particularly applied in the transportation domain. She also teaches the…Read more

CSU researchers create new software for DOE to help reduce energy waste in next-generation buildings

CSU researchers create new software for DOE to help reduce energy waste in next-generation buildings Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Colorado State University researchers have developed modeling software that could help the building industry compare electrical performance to improve energy efficiency. Researchers Dan Zimmerle and James Cale are…Read more