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Study of reactor behavior focus of new grant from Department of Energy
Using first-of-a-kind data, a joint effort among Jeremy Roberts, assistant professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering, and collaborators will evaluate how well computer models can predict the behavior of nuclear reactors.
Two K-State faculty receive $5,000 Iman Awards for research and teaching
Todd Easton, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, will receive the Iman Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching.
Chapman Scholarship recipients benefit from summer opportunities
Ethan Copple, junior in industrial engineering and anthropology, traveled to Joyabaj, Guatemala, to research the health care system, through the support of the Mark Chapman Scholars Program.
Computer science professors join team effort to thwart effects of cyberattacks
Development of safety- and security-critical systems that can resist and recover from cyberattacks is of increasing importance for both military and commercial domains such as avionics, medical devices and the internet of things.
Department of Justice funds civil engineering early career award on police officer road safety
Fatal and serious injury vehicle crashes involving police officers are a growing concern for law enforcement agencies and local communities across the United States.