College of Engineering and Computing

Missouri S&T Ph.D. candidate wins $70,000 Laegeler Fellowship for renewable energy research

Posted by on June 17, 2021

Research involving drones mounted with thermal and hyperspectral cameras to inspect solar panels for damage has won a $70,000 fellowship for Xinzhe Yuan, who will complete his Ph.D. at Missouri University of Science and Technology later this year. The Laegeler Sustainable Energy Fellowship – from Concept to Reality, created by two Missouri S&T graduates, will provide a stipend and benefits for Yuan to conduct postdoctoral research at S&T.

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Chasing the northern lights

Posted by on June 9, 2021

Derrick Barger doesn’t speak much Russian, and he doesn’t speak any Norwegian. But that won’t stop him from moving to the Ukraine for the summer and then moving to Norway for graduate studies after he finishes his undergraduate degree at Missouri S&T.

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Changing the landscape

Posted by on June 8, 2021

Using robotics and artificial intelligence, alumni entrepreneurs set out to transform the lawn care industry Mowing neighborhood lawns is a common summertime ritual for teens looking to earn some money. George Leno Holmes Jr. was one of those teens. The two-time Missouri S&T mechanical engineering graduate spent many St. Louis summer days mowing with his […]

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Adam Rice receives Donald D. Myers Scholarship at S&T

Posted by on June 2, 2021

Adam Rice, a senior in petroleum engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has been awarded the Donald D. Myers Scholarship in recognition of his service to the community and the campus.

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College of Engineering and Computing honors graduate students

Posted by on May 25, 2021

Thirteen Ph.D. students at Missouri University of Science and Technology received dean’s honors from the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) during a hybrid on-campus/online ceremony today (Tuesday, May 25).

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Missouri S&T commencement speaker tells graduates they can change the world

Posted by on May 15, 2021

Dr. John C. Wagner, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, director of Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and president of Battelle Energy Alliance LLC, told graduates of Missouri S&T that now more than ever, the world is filled with unseen possibilities and opportunities. Wagner, who earned a bachelor of science degree in nuclear engineering from Missouri S&T in 1992, […]

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S&T announces Undergraduate Research Conference winners

Posted by on May 12, 2021

Nineteen students in eight categories received recognition and cash awards as winners of the 16th annual Undergraduate Research Conference at Missouri S&T. The conference featured oral and poster exhibitions that represented work from students in nearly every major at Missouri S&T. First-place winners were awarded a cash prize of $500. Second- and third-place finishers received $250 and $100, respectively.

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Missouri S&T students chosen to speak at commencement

Posted by on May 12, 2021

Four graduating students at Missouri S&T were chosen to speak during four commencement ceremonies May 14-15 at the Gale Bullman Building on the Rolla, Mo., campus. During the ceremonies, over 1,100 degrees will be awarded to graduate and undergraduate candidates.

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Serhat Hosder elected as fellow of Royal Aeronautical Society

Posted by on May 12, 2021

The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) has elected Dr. Serhat Hosder, a professor of aerospace engineering at Missouri S&T, as a fellow in the oldest international professional institution devoted to the aerospace community.

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CAREER Award funds research on earthquake history

Posted by on May 11, 2021

A researcher at Missouri S&T has won the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award for his research into the history of earthquakes along the North American-Caribbean tectonic plate boundary, which runs through the Caribbean Sea from Haiti to the Guatemala-Mexico border. The research will provide new insights for elementary and middle school students and will help scientists better understand how and when earthquakes occur in the region.

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