combustion study in Greg Rieker's lab

A bright future for combustion research, Rieker receives Hiroshi Tsuji Early Career Researcher Award

July 29, 2019

Associate Professor Greg Rieker has been awarded two of the top international awards in his field. After receiving the Peter Werle Early Career Scientist Award in September 2018, he was selected to receive the Hiroshi Tsuji Early Career Researcher Award in April 2019.

The Bowman family

Bowman gives back by founding new endowed faculty position

July 19, 2019

Distinguished Professor Chris Bowman is donating his lab's royalties from a patent toward the formation of a new endowed faculty position.

John Mah

Aerospace faculty member earns two awards for teaching excellence

June 7, 2019

John Mah has earned two teaching awards in the past two months, and reading comments from his students, it’s not hard to see why. “He taught with such enthusiasm and expertise that even the most uninterested student would listen.” – Grace Edwards “Professor Mah is without a doubt the best...

Jana Milford

Professor Jana Milford reappointed to CO Air Quality Control Commission

June 4, 2019

The commission is responsible for adopting an efficient and cost-effective air quality management program that promotes clean and healthy air for Colorado's citizens and protects the state's natural resources.

The team.

All-woman engineering team earns Most Innovative Award at NASA Mars competition

May 30, 2019

NASA has presented a University of Colorado Boulder team with the 2019 Most Innovative Award for their project in the space agency's BIG Idea Challenge. The competition, which changes each year, called for innovative ideas for the design and operation of a Mars greenhouse.

Jerome Fox portrait

Fox selected for Army-ECASE award

May 13, 2019

CU Boulder Assistant Professor Jerome Fox has been selected for the Army-ECASE award to study emergent behavior in biochemical networks.

Math equations graphic

Applied Math students are winning big

May 9, 2019

This year, the department organized and coached 12 teams comprising 35 students in the international Mathematical Contest in Modeling. This contest involves 99 hours of intensive mathematical modeling, which is the process of using visual mathematical aids like graphs, scatterplots, diagrams, equations, to represent real-world situations.

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College celebrates four NSF CAREER award winners in 2019

May 6, 2019

Four faculty members within the College of Engineering and Applied Science have received CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation.

Shilo Brooks

Shilo Brooks explores relationship between democracy and technology

May 3, 2019

Although not an engineer, Brooks, a political scientist and student of political philosophy and the history of science, is uniquely qualified to direct the leadership program at the CU Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science. Designed for engineering students, the liberal arts leadership program introduces students to the complexities inherent in science and technology’s relationship to society.

Nicollette Laroco

Fulbright winner headed to Barcelona to research biogas purification

April 22, 2019

Environmental engineering PhD student Nicollette Laroco was recognized for her research on energy recovery from wastewater, particularly renewable natural gas, with Professor Mark Hernandez.

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