Dhushy Sathianathan has been named associate dean of academic programs in the College of Engineering at the California State University, Long Beach.
How will "Green" Innovations and Solutions Impact the Way We Work and Live
When the rocket Prospector 10 (P-10) pointed toward the sky on April 18, a handful of CSULB engineering students, professors and others hoped for a safe landing
Students from the California Academy of Mathematics and Science won second place in a national engineering design competition held in Denver from June 25 to 28.
Their paper, titled "Ceramic Matrix Composite Lined Rocket Engine," discusses the design of a LOX/ethanol rocket engine
Armed for battle with metal-ripping circular blades and a proven wedge chassis design, a team of five engineering technology students from CSULB competed April 21-25.
The donation is designated to support four engineering student groups.
Justin Lanza and other CSULB senior electronics engineering technology majors are looking to avenge the 2005 death of Stingray in this week's BattleBots Collegiate Championship - a fight-to-the-death tournament for robots
CSULB Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering students shined in all categories
Chris Bostwick, Andrew Smith, and David Stout received the First and the Second Place Awards in Engineering & Computer Science category
Takes 1st Place at the 2009 ASC Student Competition Showcasing their abilities to tackle challenging real-world construction engineering problems, a team of CSULB students recently took first-place in the "Design/Build" category of the ASC 2009 Student Competition.
Eric Besnard, a professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at CSULB, has been named the recipient of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) 2009 Faculty Adviser Award.
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) has been ranked among the top 50 best value public colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review, which teamed up with USA Today to present its list of the 100 "Best Value Colleges for 2009."
Continuing its nearly two decades of support for CSULB, BP America, Inc. has donated $56,250 to the College of Engineering to create the BP Scholarship Fundfor undergraduate scholarships that will strengthen the pool of highly-trained student engineers entering the local workforce.
Additionally, the CSULB College of Engineering was ranked as one of best undergraduate engineering programs in the nation. Based on a spring 2008 peer survey of deans and senior faculty, 50 different programs across the country were recognized with CSULBâ€™s tying for the 38th spot with several other schools.
Doing their part to improve energy sustainability and to reduce costs and pollution, CSULB engineering professors Hamid Rahai and Hamid Hefazi have designed and patented a high-efficiency vertical axis wind turbine.
The College of Engineering receives the largest share of the funds -- $50,500, including $48,000 going toward undergraduate scholarships for its various majors (electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, etc.) with a focus on filling the industry's future workforce needs. The remaining money will support its engineering student societies.
Hassan Mohamed-Nour, a professor of electrical engineering at Cal State Long Beach (CSULB), has received a $25,000 grant from Southern California Edison (SCE) to study the impact of present and potential future electrical loads on the quality and efficiency of power distribution.
AESB turned out strong for this year's Homecoming Tailgate, held Saturday November 22, 2008... Building on its success in attracting young women to engineering, Cal State Long Beach's College of Engineering hosted on Friday its eighth annual engineering education conference, "Women Engineers @ the Beach"
Doing their part to improve energy sustainability and to reduce costs and pollution, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) engineering professors Hamid Rahai and Hamid Hefazi have designed and patented a high-efficiency vertical axis wind turbine.
The DENSO North America Foundation recently presented a check to California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) College of Engineering for a one-year $25,000 grant to fund the purchase of ultrasonic immersion testing equipment for the college’s Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) laboratory.
The "Troops to Engineers" program would help veterans find part-time jobs, internships and apprenticeships with partnering engineering companies so that students can gain real-world experience while attending CSULB, said Forouzan Golshani, dean of the CSULB College of Engineering.
Additionally, the CSULB College of Engineering was ranked as one of best undergraduate engineering programs in the nation. Based on a spring 2008 peer survey of deans and senior faculty, 50 different programs across the country were recognized with CSULB’s tying for the 38th spot with several other schools.
A team of CSULB aerospace engineering students comprised of Faisal M. Buharie and Samir Mohamed placed second in the AIAA 2008 Region VI Student Conference held at Arizona State University, Phoenix on the 17th through 19th of April 2008 in the undergraduate category.
Team EAT, a group of four students from California State University, Long Beach's (CSULB) Embedded Applications Technology (EAT) club, and its once senior class project is now the only North American design to advance to the finals in the Embedded Development Competition at the Microsoft Imagine Cup competition that takes place July 3-8 in Paris.
One of the most pressing needs is reducing the pollutants released into our air, soil and water, so CSULB’s College of Engineering (COE) is taking a leadership role in developing environmentally responsible technologies.
A team of aerospace engineering students from California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) recently captured second place overall in the SAE International Aero Design East Competition with its micro plane entry, beating out competitors from Yale University, Warsaw (Poland) University of Technology and Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.
Electrical Engineering Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded by School: 2005-2006
As part of the College of Engineering’s 50th anniversary, Dean Forouzan Golshani outlined the state of the college and a vision for the future that includes increasing diversity, raising retention rates and boosting the college’s visibility and rankings.
The College of Engineering at CSULB has unveiled a newly designed and fabricated rodder machine — a large apparatus used to clean/clear sewer systems — that was built by faculty, staff and students in a partnership project with a local businessman.
The College of Engineering at California State University, Long Beach has unveiled a newly designed and fabricated rodder machine -- a large apparatus used to clean/clear sewer systems -- that was built by faculty, staff and students in a partnership project with a local businessman.
CSULB Engineering Professor Parviz Yavari and local businessman Neil McDowell teamed up with students and staff in the CSULB College of Engineering, and the result is an updated and improved rodder machine, which McDowell has dubbed "Mighty Max 007"
Forouzan Golshani, chair of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at Wright State University in Ohio, has been named the new dean for the College of Engineering at CSULB. He will also serve as special assistant to the provost on accessible technology.
The CoE's Vickie Messina celebrates an 18-year career at CSULB with her recent recognition as this year’s outstanding staff member.
A team of MAE students led by graduate student Dan Dougherty and faculty advisor Eric Kendal, competed in the SAE West Aero Design & Flight Competition on Sunday. CSULB's flying wing design, the "Tail-less Tail", entered the open class and became the outright first place winner ($1,000 prize) with a superb payload-carrying flight at Apollo Field in Van Nuys, California.
Michael Mahoney, dean for the College of Engineering at CSULB, was named the new provost and vice president of academic affairs for Cal State East Bay.