Bo Tang, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering within Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering, was recently recognized by the National Institute for Justice. Tang is the recipient of the NIJ’s New Investigator/Early Career Award for his work in helping to identify and track contraband wireless devices that are smuggled into correctional…
Yang Zhao, a Mississippi State assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering. is this year’s recipient of the Sunkist Young Designer Award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
The American Academy of Water Resources Engineers has interviewed civil and environmental engineering department head Dennis Truax.
A $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will allow researchers from two Mississippi State University engineering departments to encourage young women to enter science-based computing fields. Aerospace engineering professor Rani W. Sullivan and electrical and computer engineering assistant professor M. Jean Mohammadi-Aragh were awarded funding from the NSF’s Research Initiation in Engineering Formation program….
A paper authored by a team of researchers from Mississippi State’s department of mechanical engineering was chosen as one of the best papers at the recent International Conference on Energy Sustainability. The paper, written by Bagley College of Engineering graduate students Byeongho Yu and Dongsu Kim and mechanical engineering faculty members Heejin Cho and Pedro…
LaShan Simpson, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, has been selected as the new president of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences.
Distinguished scientists and students from across the Magnolia State gathered at Mississippi State University recently for the third annual Mississippi Academy of Sciences Summer Student Science Symposium.
A Mississippi State Bagley College of Engineering and Swalm School of Chemical Engineering faculty member and graduate student are part of a multi-institutional team that is reporting a breakthrough in advanced materials research.
Three Mississippi State University personnel are being recognized as Mississippi’s leaders in technology.
Fifteen Mississippi State graduate students are completing a program designed to help ready them for future faculty careers.