OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Sleepless in Chicago – reverse engineering global warming

Anna Herring and Linnéa Andersson often pull all-nighters at the Advanced Photon Source.

Computer science student beats odds, hopes to expand computer usability

Charles Hill is committed not just to his research and a desire to teach, but also in his personal life.

A new way to fuel cars with natural gas

OSU-Cascades professor and students team up to retool automobile engines and turn natural gas homes into vehicle fueling stations.

OSU's growing expertise in unmanned aerial vehicles

UAV research and academic offerings grow to match industry interest.

Finding solutions that matter: Our mission is to make people’s lives better, whether it’s by building earthquake-proof bridges, providing safe drinking water, or using thin film technology to create more efficient solar cells. We create opportunities for our students to make a difference even before they graduate, and help foster industry relationships that bring our discoveries to the rest of the world. Making an impact beyond the classroom drives us to address some of the most critical issues we face in Oregon and beyond.

Engineering News

OSU News Release

Program expansion to continue progress with wave energy development

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Sep 10, 2014
A new grant will allow the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center to expand its program to include research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.… Read full story.

OSU to celebrate Johnson Hall construction on Sept. 15

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Sep 10, 2014
Oregon State University will celebrate the construction launch of its newest engineering building on Monday, Sept. 15, and the public is invited.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

NSF grant gives OSU unique materials characterization capability

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Sep 2, 2014
A major new grant from the National Science Foundation to acquire a $1.4 million instrument package will enhance the materials science research at OSU.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

Intricate algae produce low-cost biosensors

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Aug 29, 2014
OSU engineers are using diatoms, a type of single-celled algae, as a building block to create new types of biosensors.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

Grant to improve STEM success among underrepresented students

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Aug 29, 2014
A new $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation will help OSU increase retention and graduation rates of underrepresented students in STEM fields.… Read full story.

Upcoming Events

Oct
09
2014

Mathematica 10: Wolfram Technologies in Education and Research


This talk illustrates capabilities in Mathematica 10 and other Wolfram technologies that are directly applicable for use in teaching and research on campus. Topics of these technical talks include:

·         Enter calculations…
Oct
14
2014

M.A. Mortenson Co. - Information Session

Come learn about how we’re breaking new ground and meet the people doing it. Our session will provide information about careers at Mortenson and a venue to connect with our team…
Oct
16
2014

Some Current and Future Challenges for Catalytic Vehicle Emission Control

Charles H. F. Peden
Associate Director of the Institute for Integrated Catalysis
Pacific Northwest National Laboratories

The abatement of environmentally harmful compounds (e.g., hydrocarbons (HC),

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From the Ingenium Blog

Robotic humans, phase one

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Sep 2, 2014

Mechanical engineer endeavors to improve hand surgeries Sutures have been the primary way to connect muscles, tendons, or any biological tissue for 30,000 years. This fundamental method of sewing together living body parts has served humankind well, but Ravi Balasubramanian sees room for improvement. Through a new research project called REHand (for Re-Engineering the Hand) […]

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Oregon State University launches humanitarian engineering program

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Aug 15, 2014

Increasingly, we’ve found that engineering students at Oregon State University (OSU) are seeking ways to make a lasting impact on our world. In response to this demand, a diverse group of faculty is working together to launch a humanitarian engineering (HE) program: We define HE as the co-development of science- or engineering-based solutions to improve […]

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