Melinda Piket-May

Piket-May chosen as Timmerhaus Ambassador

Aug. 23, 2019

Melinda Piket-May, an associate professor of electrical, computer and energy engineer at CU Boulder, won the ambassadorship, which pays $25,000 for each of the two years she will serve.

Physics major Francesco Vassalli and environmental science major Jenna Engleken listen as lecturer Kane Turner talks during a discussion of “The Republic” by Plato (photo by the Daily Camera)

CU Boulder humanities program for engineers celebrates 30 years

Aug. 20, 2019

The Herbst Program of Humanities in Engineering is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and is changing its name to the Herbst Program for Engineering, Ethics and Society to more accurately describe what it does.

Kevin Gifford speaks during a Boulder City Council study session on 5G

Faculty member shares 5G expertise during Boulder City Council study session

July 23, 2019

Kevin Gifford, a researcher in the Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy Program, gave an engineer's perspective on concerns over health effects.

Diane McKnight during a fieldwork visit to the McMurdo Dry Valleys

'Science Friday' highlights Antarctic hydrology work by two CU Boulder engineers

June 26, 2019

Michael Gooseff and Diane McKnight of civil, environmental and architectural engineering have spent years documenting the dramatic changes in the continent's McMurdo Dry Valleys.

A drone in the woods

CU Engineers want drones to go subterranean to save lives after earthquakes

Jan. 8, 2019

CU Boulder engineering professor Sean Humbert is leading a team in a national competition, the Subterranean Challenge. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency gifted the university a $4.5 million grant to fund Humbert's team.

A gripper created by Robotic Materials Inc., founded by the author, Nikolaus Correll, performs a manipulation task during the industrial assembly competition at the World Robot Summit in Tokyo.

Correll: Robots Getting a Grip on General Manipulation

Nov. 21, 2018

How a new generation of grippers with improved 3D perception and tactile sensing is learning to manipulate a wide variety of objects

Diagram of blood vessels in arm

3D bioprinting technique developed at CU could create artificial blood vessels

Oct. 22, 2018

CU Boulder engineers have developed a 3D printing technique that allows for localized control of an object’s firmness, opening up new biomedical avenues that could one day include artificial arteries and organ tissue.

Brad Hayes

Computer science faculty member named CTO of Boulder cybersecurity firm

Oct. 18, 2018

Brad Hayes will drive innovation for Circadence’s cybersecurity solutions while continuing to teach in the Department of Computer Science and direct the Collaborative AI and Robotics (CAIRO) Lab.

A rendering of the new engineering building on the Western State Colorado University

CU Engineering launches new partnership with Western Colorado University

Sept. 6, 2018

Students will be able to get degrees in computer science and mechanical engineering as graduates of the CU Boulder, completing their first two years as Western students, and the rest as University of Colorado Boulder students, all while remaining on the Western campus in Gunnison.

Student work on laptops during the hackathon.

Hackathon brings out about 600 students for 'invention marathon'

Feb. 25, 2018

The Daily Camera covers the fourth annual Hack CU, organized by several computer science undergrads.