Are you interested in Cybersecurity and learning about digital forensics? Join us for a week of exciting events aimed at raising awareness about cybersecurity. These events are designed to educate, engage, and empower participants. We are proud to have the following activities planned: Security Games Date: Monday, October 23rd Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Utilizing St. Cloud State University’s state-of-the-art clean room in the Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility (ISELF), Professor Emeritus Dr. John Harlander is working on an independent project that is an extension of the Ionospheric Connection (ICON) NASA satellite project that he previously worked on.
Dr. Harlander is using ISELF’s clean room to test a next-generation instrument that is intended to orbit the Earth while monitoring upper atmospheric winds. This new instrument, the Interferometer for Neutral Dynamics (INDI), is a follow-on to the ICON satellite mission.
In June, two St. Cloud State University STEM Education students were invited to attend and present their research at the 2023 National Science Foundation (NSF) NOYCE Summit.
Students Janey Peterson and Owen Lewis attended the summit, which is an annual event held in Washington, D.C. for recipients of NSF NOYCE Scholarships.
Innovation and teamwork are important to any engineer, and Luke Miller, a recent graduate with degrees in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, successfully used these qualities.
At the age of 22, Miller spearheaded a project at Coldspring, a renowned granite manufacturing company. This project was born out of an engineering challenge, known as Huskies Invent, from St. Cloud State University’s College of Science and Engineering (COSE). In this event, Miller’s team created a solution to a persistent challenge concerning the placement of spacers on granite paving blocks. After Miller implemented the solution at Coldspring, it streamlined production, making a local industry more globally competitive.
Jake Kruger and Raven are a pair that would probably catch your eye if you saw them walking around the St. Cloud State University campus. After all, it’s not every day that a black lab attends an actual lab.
Raven, the black lab, has been at her handler’s side for the past four years. Kruger, who has been blind since the age of two, was united with his seeing eye-dog, Raven, in June of 2019 when he decided to attend St. Cloud State.
Four recent Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering graduates spent their senior year gaining valuable industry experience with Coldspring, a natural stone and bronze manufacturer with corporate headquarters only 20 miles from St. Cloud State University.
The hackathon took place over three days, from April 20-22, with core hours that all teams were expected to be present in the College of Science and Engineering’s ISELF building to meet with tech mentors from Open Systems International.
In the end, 50 students on 11 teams presented software products such as EV car charging applications, apps that estimated solar energy potential, an app to trade renewable energy on markets, energy efficiency apps to address varying grid demand, and even a phone app for consumers to minimize food waste.
St. Cloud State University celebrated its latest wave of graduates over six ceremonies during Spring 2023 Commencement on May 5.
About 1,077 students out of 1,259 total graduates participated in Commencement ceremonies throughout the day.
Emerson and St. Cloud State University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering students have built a strong relationship since beginning to partner in 2015.
SCSU students have made big progress with wireless sensor network technology in the last eight years. A current group of seniors has continued to push the project to new heights by recently developing technology for the industry.
St. Cloud State University Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity Dr. Akalanka Mailewa took three students, Anushka Hewarathna, Roger Massmann and Sharveen Paramiswaran, to the Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS) 2023 conference in April.
The three SCSU students each represented their group papers that were accepted and published by MICS, which annually holds a regional conference dedicated to providing higher education participants an educational experience focused on sharing creative thinking about computer-related issues.